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Structural modifications of the prostate in hypoxia, oxidative stress, and chronic ischemia.Academic Article Why?
227 DIFFERENTIAL REACTIONS OF HUMAN BLADDER SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS TO HYPOXIA AND OXIDATIVE STRESSAcademic Article Why?
Panchenko, MariaPerson Why?
Hypoxia induces a specific set of stress proteins in cultured endothelial cells.Academic Article Why?
Endothelial cell hypoxia associated proteins are cell and stress specific.Academic Article Why?
Hyperglycemic cytosolic reductive stress 'pseudohypoxia': implications for diabetic retinopathy.Academic Article Why?
Metabolic stress reversibly activates the Drosophila light-sensitive channels TRP and TRPL in vivo.Academic Article Why?
Protection from oxidative stress-induced apoptosis in cortical neuronal cultures by iron chelators is associated with enhanced DNA binding of hypoxia-inducible factor-1 and ATF-1/CREB and increased expression of glycolytic enzymes, p21(waf1/cip1), and erythropoietin.Academic Article Why?
Jean, Jyh-ChangPerson Why?
Azadzoi, KazemPerson Why?
Alterations in expression of HIF-1a, HIF-2a, and VEGF by idiopathic overactive bladder urothelial cells during stretch suggest role for hypoxia.Academic Article Why?
Matsui, ReikoPerson Why?
Identification of protein disulfide isomerase as an endothelial hypoxic stress protein.Academic Article Why?
Endothelial cell hypoxic stress proteins.Academic Article Why?
Endothelial hypoxic stress proteins.Academic Article Why?
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