Chronic Mild Hypoxia Protects Heart-derived H9c2 Cells against Acute Hypoxia/Reoxygenation by Regulating Expression of the SUR2A Subunit of the ATP-sensitive K+ Channel.

Russell Mckenzie Crawford, S Jovanovic, GR Budas, AM Davies, H Lad, RH Wenger, KA Robertson, DJ Roy, HJ Ranki, A Jovanovic

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