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Along the Colorado Trail: Assessing the average hikers' knowledge of altitude sickness.Academic Article Why?
Seeding drug discovery: Telomeric tankyrase as a pharmacological target for the pathophysiology of high-altitude hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
Roach Jr., RobertPerson Why?
Humans at high altitude: hypoxia and fetal growth.Academic Article Why?
Altitude SicknessConcept Why?
Ventilation is greater in women than men, but the increase during acute altitude hypoxia is the same.Academic Article Why?
Moore, LornaPerson Why?
AltitudeOmics: Red Blood Cell Metabolic Adaptation to High Altitude Hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
Lorca, RamonPerson Why?
Adaptive remodeling of skeletal muscle energy metabolism in high-altitude hypoxia: Lessons from AltitudeOmics.Academic Article Why?
Beneficial Role of Erythrocyte Adenosine A2B Receptor-Mediated AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Activation in High-Altitude Hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
Sphingosine-1-phosphate promotes erythrocyte glycolysis and oxygen release for adaptation to high-altitude hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
D'Alessandro, AngeloPerson Why?
Activator calcium and myocardial contractility in fetal sheep exposed to long-term high-altitude hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
Effects of long-term high-altitude hypoxia and troponin I phosphorylation on cardiac myofilament calcium responses in fetal and nonpregnant sheep.Academic Article Why?
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