Published in Blood Weekly, August 14th, 2008
"Methods and Result-We investigated the pathways of heatstroke-induced tissue injury and cell death in anesthetized baboons (Papio hamadyras) subjected to environmental heat stress until core temperature attained 42.5 degrees C (moderate heatstroke; n = 3) or onset of severe heatstroke (n = 4) signaled by a fall in systolic blood pressure to <90 mm Hg and rise in core temperature to 43.1 +/- 0.1 degrees C. Three sham-heated animals served...
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