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Hypoxic training in thoroughbred horses

Southern Cross University
Davie, Allan ; Wen, Li ; Cust, Andrew ; Beavers, Rosalind ; Fyfe, Tom ; Zhou, Shi
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The aim of this study was to examine the effects of six weeks of normobaric hypoxic training when the fraction of oxygen in the inspired air (FiO2) was reduced from 0.21 to 0.15, simulating the partial pressure of oxygen at an altitude of approximately 3000 m, on mRNA levels at rest for a number of selected enzymes and regulatory factors in aerobic and glycolytic energy pathways in Thoroughbred horses. In this study we investigated the transcriptional changes of selected genes which have been shown to be linked to aerobic performance in an endeavour to provide more insight into the potential impact of the hypoxic stimuli on Thoroughbred horses.

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The effects of moderate intensity training in a hypoxic environment on transcriptional responses in thoroughbred horses
EsploroIEID : 1166927960002368

Available: 20170807

Issued: 2017

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143.85025559999997,-37.5621587

143.8502556,-37.5621587

text: Latitude: -37.562 Longitude: 143.850

text: Ballarat Victoria

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Pulford Air and Gas - The project was supported by a collaborative research grant from Pulford Air and Gas and Southern Cross University, and partly a grant from Ministry of Science and Technology of the People"s Republic of China .

local : 2012BAD44B01,03,04

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