Definitions

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  • adjective medicine Having a normal oxygen concentration; typically 20-21% in the atmosphere, or 2-3% in physiological contexts.
  • adjective Describing a breathing gas mixture that contains 21% oxygen.

Etymologies

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From normoxia +‎ -ic.

Examples

  • Koudinavo, N, et al. Alzheimer's abetal2-40 peptide modulates lipid synthesis in neuronal cultures and intact rat fetal brain under normoxic and oxidative stress conditions.

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  • Pressure overload increased IS in association with changes in protein levels consistent with reduced PI3K-Akt signaling (i.e., ischemic reperfused vs. normoxic hearts).

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  • Under normoxic conditions, HIF-1α activity can be induced by various growth factors, cytokines, activated oncogenes or loss-of-function mutated tumor suppressor genes

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  • Our current data suggests that HIF-1α similarly guards gastric cancer cells against chemotherapy-induced senescence under normoxic conditions.

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  • Under normoxic conditions, the administration of vitamins C and E reduced the intensity of immunostaining of LC3 in comparison to the vehicle control (data not shown).

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  • Keriel C, Cuchet P (1994) Is oxygen supply sufficient to induce normoxic conditions in isolated rat heart?

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  • Thus, physiological detection of hypoxia results in the activation of an additional, previously unrecognized circuit for processing sensory information that is not required for sensory processing under normoxic conditions.

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  • The cells were then subjected to HR (8 hours at 2% oxygen, followed by 16 hours at standard culture condition, two cycles) or kept at standard culture conditions throughout as the normoxic control.

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  • Thus, physiological detection of hypoxia results in the activation of an additional, previously unrecognized circuit for processing sensory information that is not required for sensory processing under normoxic conditions.

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  • After an overnight rest, the medium was changed, and villous explants were subjected to HR (8 hours at 2% oxygen, followed by 16 hours at 8% oxygen, two cycles) or kept at 8% oxygen throughout the experiment as the normoxic control.

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