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    1. Hochachka, PW; Lutz, PL
      Mechanism, origin, and evolution of anoxia tolerance in animals

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Nilsson, GE
      Surviving anoxia with the brain turned on

      NEWS IN PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Knickerbocker, DL; Lutz, PL
      Slow ATP loss and the defense of ion homeostasis in the anoxic frog brain

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    4. Boutilier, RG
      Mechanisms of cell survival in hypoxia and hypothermia

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    5. Boutilier, RG; St-Pierre, J
      Surviving hypoxia without really dying

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Krumschnabel, G; Biasi, C; Wieser, W
      Action of adenosine on energetics, protein synthesis and K+ homeostasis inteleost hepatocytes

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    7. Lorenzo, D; Macadar, O; Velluti, JC
      Origin and propagation of spontaneous electrographic sharp waves in the invitro turtle brain: a model of neuronal synchronization

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Singer, D
      Neonatal tolerance to hypoxia: a comparative-physiological approach

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Perez-Pinzon, MA; Born, JG; Centeno, JM
      Calcium and increase excitability promote tolerance against anoxia in hippocampal slices

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Hylland, P; Nilsson, GE
      Extracellular levels of amino acid neurotransmitters during anoxia and forced energy deficiency in crucian carp brain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Hochachka, PW
      Late 20th century insights into oxygen sensing and oxygen regulation in metabolic defence against hypoxia

      ICHTHYOLOGY: RECENT RESEARCH ADVANCES
    12. WEST TG; BOUTILIER RG
      METABOLIC SUPPRESSION IN ANOXIC FROG-MUSCLE

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    13. BICKLER PE; BUCK LT
      ADAPTATIONS OF VERTEBRATE NEURONS TO HYPOXIA AND ANOXIA - MAINTAININGCRITICAL CA2+ CONCENTRATIONS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    14. HOCHACHKA PW; LAND SC; BUCK LT
      OXYGEN SENSING AND SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN METABOLIC DEFENSE AGAINST HYPOXIA - LESSONS FROM VERTEBRATE FACULTATIVE ANAEROBES

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    15. REIPSCHLAGER A; NILSSON GE; PORTNER HO
      A ROLE FOR ADENOSINE IN METABOLIC DEPRESSION IN THE MARINE INVERTEBRATE SIPUNCULUS-NUDUS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    16. KALMAN M; MARTINPARTIDO G; HIDALGOSANCHEZ M; MAJOROSSY K
      DISTRIBUTION OF GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN IMMUNOPOSITIVE STRUCTURES IN THE DEVELOPING BRAIN OF THE TURTLE MAUREMYS LEPROSA

      Anatomy and embryology
    17. LUTZ PL; NILSSON GE
      CONTRASTING STRATEGIES FOR ANOXIC BRAIN SURVIVAL - GLYCOLYSIS UP OR DOWN

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    18. MEHRANI H; STOREY KB
      LIVER PROTEIN-KINASE-C ISOZYMES - PROPERTIES AND ENZYME ROLE IN A VERTEBRATE FACULTATIVE ANAEROBE

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    19. FERN R; RANSOM BR; WAXMAN SG
      AUTOPROTECTIVE MECHANISMS IN THE CNS - SOME NEW LESSONS FROM WHITE-MATTER

      Molecular and chemical neuropathology
    20. KRUMSCHNABEL G; BIASI C; SCHWARZBAUM PJ; WIESER W
      MEMBRANE-METABOLIC COUPLING AND ION HOMEOSTASIS IN ANOXIA-TOLERANT AND ANOXIA-INTOLERANT HEPATOCYTES

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    21. LUTZ PL; NILSSON GE; PEREZPINZON MA
      ANOXIA TOLERANT ANIMALS FROM A NEUROBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    22. HOCHACHKA PW; BUCK LT; DOLL CJ; LAND SC
      UNIFYING THEORY OF HYPOXIA TOLERANCE - MOLECULAR METABOLIC DEFENSE AND RESCUE MECHANISMS FOR SURVIVING OXYGEN LACK

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    23. HYLLAND P; NILSSON GE; JOHANSSON D
      ANOXIC BRAIN FAILURE IN AN ECTOTHERMIC VERTEBRATE - RELEASE OF AMINO-ACIDS AND K-TROUT THALAMUS( IN RAINBOW)

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    24. LUTZ PL; LEONEKABLER SL
      UP-REGULATION OF THE GABA(A) BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR DURING ANOXIA INTHE FRESH-WATER TURTLE BRAIN

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    25. RICE ME; LEE EJK; CHOY YY
      HIGH-LEVELS OF ASCORBIC-ACID, NOT GLUTATHIONE, IN THE CNS OF ANOXIA-TOLERANT REPTILES CONTRASTED WITH LEVELS IN ANOXIA-INTOLERANT SPECIES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    26. JOHANSSON D; NILSSON GE; TORNBLOM E
      EFFECTS OF ANOXIA ON ENERGY-METABOLISM IN CRUCIAN CARP BRAIN-SLICES STUDIED WITH MICROCALORIMETRY

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    27. JOHANSSON D; NILSSON GE
      ROLES OF ENERGY STATUS, K-ATP CHANNELS AND CHANNEL ARREST IN FISH BRAIN K+ GRADIENT DISSIPATION DURING ANOXIA

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    28. KALMAN M; KISS A; MAJOROSSY K
      DISTRIBUTION OF GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN-IMMUNOPOSITIVE STRUCTURES IN THE BRAIN OF THE RED-EARED FRESH-WATER TURTLE - (PSEUDEMYS-SCRIPTA ELEGANS)

      Anatomy and embryology
    29. HOCHACHKA PW; CLARK CM; BROWN WD; STANLEY C; STONE CK; NICKLES RJ; ZHU GG; ALIEN PS; HOLDEN JE
      THE BRAIN AT HIGH-ALTITUDE - HYPOMETABOLISM AS A DEFENSE AGAINST CHRONIC HYPOXIA

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    30. RICE ME; PEREZPINZON MA; LEE EJK
      ASCORBIC-ACID, BUT NOT GLUTATHIONE, IS TAKEN UP BY BRAIN-SLICES AND PRESERVES CELL MORPHOLOGY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    31. RICE ME; RICHARDS CD; NEDERGAARD S; HOUNSGAARD J; NICHOLSON C; GREENFIELD SA
      DIRECT MONITORING OF DOPAMINE AND 5-HT RELEASE IN SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA AND VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA IN-VITRO

      Experimental Brain Research
    32. HADDAD GG; JIANG C
      MECHANISMS OF NEURONAL SURVIVAL DURING HYPOXIA - ATP-SENSITIVE K+ CHANNELS

      Biology of the neonate
    33. NILSSON GE; HYLLAND P; LOFMAN CO
      ANOXIA AND ADENOSINE INDUCE INCREASED CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW RATE IN CRUCIAN CARP

      The American journal of physiology
    34. NILSSON GE; LUTZ PL
      ROLE OF GABA IN HYPOXIA TOLERANCE, METABOLIC DEPRESSION AND HIBERNATION POSSIBLE LINKS TO NEUROTRANSMITTER EVOLUTION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    35. FLANIGAN JE; WITHERS PC; FUERY CJ; GUPPY M
      METABOLIC DEPRESSION AND NA+ K+ GRADIENTS IN THE ESTIVATING AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS FROG, NEOBATRACHUS-WILSMOREI/

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    36. BUCK LT; HOCHACHKA PW
      ANOXIC SUPPRESSION OF NA-K+-ATPASE AND CONSTANT MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL INHEPATOCYTES - SUPPORT FOR CHANNEL ARREST()

      The American journal of physiology
    37. NILSSON GE; WINBERG S
      CHANGES IN THE BRAIN LEVELS OF GABA AND RELATED AMINO-ACIDS IN ANOXICSHORE CRAB (CARCINUS-MAENAS)

      The American journal of physiology


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