Defining hypoxia
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Defining hypoxia a systems view of Vo2, glycolysis, energetics, and intracellular Po2. by Richard J. Connett

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Taken from Journal of applied physiology, vol.68, 1990, pp. 833-842.

SeriesJournal of applied physiology -- v.68
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Open LibraryOL20718756M

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