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Mammalian Hibernation: Cellular and Molecular Responses to Depressed Metabolism and Low Temperature

Review of research using new tools of molecular and cellular biology that is beginning to reveal how hibernators survive repeated cycles of torpor and arousal during the hibernation season.

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Resource Type: Journal Article/Issue, Review
Audience Level: Continuing Education, Graduate, Professional (degree program)

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Authors and Editors: PhD Hannah V. Carey of Univ Wisconsin-Madison Sch Vet Med Dept Comp Biosci, Dr. Matthew T. Andrews of University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Biology, Dr. Sandra L. Martin of University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Department of Cellular and Structural Biology
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