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  • Metabolic basis to Sherpa altitude adaptation. 

    Horscroft, JA; Kotwica, AO; Laner, V; West, JA; Hennis, PJ; Levett, DZH; Howard, DJ; Fernandez, BO; Burgess, SL; Ament, Z; Gilbert-Kawai, ET; Vercueil, A; Landis, BD; Mitchell, K; Mythen, MG; Branco, C; Johnson, RS; Feelisch, M; Montgomery, HE; Griffin, JL; Grocott, MPW; Gnaiger, E; Martin, DS; Murray, AJ (United States, 2017-06-13)
    The Himalayan Sherpas, a human population of Tibetan descent, are highly adapted to life in the hypobaric hypoxia of high altitude. Mechanisms involving enhanced tissue oxygen delivery in comparison to Lowlander populations ...

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