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Carp May Solve the Problem Related To Anoxia Related Diseases in Humans

Humans cannot hold our breath for a long time as oxygen is essential to keep us going. Scientists at the University of Oslo have recently discovered// how the Crucian Carp, a close relative of the goldfish, is able to live for months without oxygen. This discovery is of great interest as it hel...

Bonn scientists discover new hemoglobin type

...n optical measuring instrument, known as a pulse oximeter, you can therefore measure whether there is enough oxygen present in the blood. The cause of anoxia can be an inherited cardiac defect, for example. This was also the tentative diagnosis in the case of a four-year-old boy who was admitted to the P...

WaferGen Launches SmartSlide 200 Micro-Incubation System for Stem Cell Research and Cell Biology Applications

...e. The ability to precisely control and vary these parameters helps researchers closely mimic physiological growth conditions, allowing them to create anoxia and hypoxia conditions which are critical for growth and differentiation of stem cells. "We are very excited to launch our SmartSlide 200 Micro-Incu...

Breast Cancer and Bra Wearing: Possibly Linked

...bra, especially a constricting one with underwires and/or tight straps, and especially to bed, prevents normal lymphatic flow and would likely lead to anoxia (lower than normal oxygen content), which has been related to fibrosis, which has been linked to increased cancer risk. The logical conclusion is ...
Anoxia in Medical Dictionary

Hypoxia

...ers in the Gulf of Mexico, particularly near the terminus of the Mississippi River. ... Gulf hypoxia in the news: ... hypoxia (low oxygen) and anoxia (no oxygen) in Narragansett Bay for the Bay Assessment and Response Team ... Hypoxia Fact Sheet (Ecological Society of America) ... Environmenta...
Anoxia in Biological News

University of Leicester geologists demonstrate extent of ancient ice age

...such conditions served to shut down decay accounting for the preservation of these fossils." Page added that the burial of oil shales in deglacial anoxia "may have been a negative feedback mechanism that prevented runaway warming, meaning that in the Early Palaeozoic Icehouse at least, processes eventua...

Microfossils challenge prevailing views of the effects of 'Snowball Earth' glaciations on life

...ic matter, oxygen levels in the water can become depleted, resulting in widespread "dead zones." Porter and colleagues also found evidence for extreme anoxia in association with the bacterial blooms. In an accompanying article describing the process of discovering the microfossils, Porter described a hig...

April 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...ccompanying the mass extinction, and their isotopic data suggest deep-water anoxia in South China, in contrast to the conventional view that the global oceans were oxygenated. Zhang et al. argue that anoxia may have contributed to the episodic and stepwise extinction in the Hirnant...

Dramatic expansion of dead zones in the oceans

...lobal warming, these oxygen minimum zones would expand much more still and invade the deep ocean." Extreme events of ocean oxygen depletion leading to anoxia are thought to be prime candidates for explaining some of the large extinction events in Earth history including the largest such event at the end of ...

Sea bed provides information about present climatic change

...ter, but they can not produce an enrichment in the sediment by themselves; anoxia causes nutrients' recycling maintaining a high productivity, in such a way that the interaction between primary high productivity and anoxia may promote the accumulation of organic matter in sediments. Such fixing o...

March GEOLOGY and GSA TODAY media highlights

...chner and Kenkmann present new and unambiguous evidence for the impact origin of Upheaval Dome. Molybdenum isotope evidence for global ocean anoxia coupled with perturbations to the carbon cycle during the Early Jurassic Anthony Cohen et al., Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The...

Oregon researchers study widespread areas of low oxygen off northwest coast

...and starfish will perish. Peterson added that during the summer of 2006, anoxia a complete lack of oxygen in the water was recorded off the central Orego...educing the waters oxygen content, and causing hypoxia (low oxygen) or even anoxia (no oxygen). ...

Planetary geoscience, paleontology, and more at GSA Annual Meeting in Denver next month

... from the newest generation of models computing past oxygen and carbon dioxide levels; and recent evidence linking rapid global warming and associated anoxia in the past to paleontological and molecular fossil evidence. A new model for mass extinctions that differs greatly from the understanding of an impac...
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