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Browsing Artículos by Author "Macarlupu, Jose Luis"

Browsing Artículos by Author "Macarlupu, Jose Luis"

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  • Bilo, Grzegorz; Villafuerte, Francisco C.; Faini, Andrea; Anza-Ramirez, Cecilia; Revera, Miriam; Giuliano, Andrea; Caravita, Sergio; Gregorini, Francesca; Lombardi, Carolina; Salvioni, Elisabetta; Macarlupu, Jose Luis; Ossoli, Deborah; Landaveri, Leah; Lang, Morin; Agostoni, Piergiuseppe; Sosa, Jose Manuel; Mancia, Giuseppe; Parati, Gianfranco (American Heart Association, 2015)
    UNLABELLED: Blood pressure increases during acute exposure to high altitude in healthy humans. However, little is known on altitude effects in hypertensive subjects or on the treatment efficacy in this condition. Objectives ...
  • Heinrich, Erica C.; Gaio, Eduardo; Powell, Frank L.; Macarlupu, Jose Luis; Anza-Ramirez, Cecilia; Corante, Noemi; Vizcardo-Galindo, Gustavo; Villafuerte, Francisco C.; Simonson, Tatum S. (Federation of American Society of Experimental Biology, 2016)
    Multiple adaptive phenotypes for high-altitude and hypoxic stress have developed by distinct evolutionary trajectories in highland populations. For example, considerable variation is observed in the hypoxic ventilatory ...
  • Gazal, Steven; Espinoza, Jose R.; Austerlitz, Frederic; Marchant, Dominique; Macarlupu, Jose Luis; Rodriguez, Jorge; Ju-Preciado, Hugo; Rivera-Chira, Maria; Hermine, Olivier; Leon-Velarde, Fabiola; Villafuerte, Francisco C.; Richalet, Jean-Paul; Gouya, Laurent (Frontiers Media, 2019)
    Chronic mountain sickness (CMS) is a pathological condition resulting from chronic exposure to high-altitude hypoxia. While its prevalence is high in native Andeans (>10%), little is known about the genetic architecture ...

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