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XB-ART-53703
Elife. March 3, 2017; 6

Sensing oxygen inside and out.

Stupnikov MR , Cardoso WV .


Abstract
Neuroendocrine cells act as oxygen sensors in animals from fish to humans, but the evolutionary origins of these cells are only just becoming clear.

PubMed ID: 28525315
PMC ID: PMC5438245
Article link: Elife.



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Borges, 1997, Pubmed [+]


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