Glycemic Responses in the Baby Rabbits in the Age of One Month when Exposed to the Different Modifications of Hypoxia

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Elnara Jabir Mehbaliyeva


It is known, that factors such as stress, starvation, exercise and some pathological processes cause significant and recorded adaptive or pathological changes in glucose hemostasis. But there is very little information in the literature about the effect of oxygen deficiency on blood glucose levels. It should be noted, that the issues of studying posthypnotic effects at various systemic, organ, and tissue levels occupy a special place in the complex of tasks of complex biomedical research. We believe that the identified posthypnotic changes in blood glucose levels in rabbits at the age of one month are more likely to be associated with the mechanisms of central metabolic regulation.

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Mehbaliyeva, E. J. . (2023). Glycemic Responses in the Baby Rabbits in the Age of One Month when Exposed to the Different Modifications of Hypoxia. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 2325–2329. Retrieved from


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