2000
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Abstract: The preconditioning effect (infarct size reduction) appears not to depend on intermittent reperfusion. Thus, the protective mechanism of IP develops during the initial ischemia that precedes the index ischemia. Alternatively, low-flow ischemia is effectively a sort of reperfusion.

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“…In studies of the IP phenomenon, various numbers of ischaemia/reperfusion cycles have resulted in divergent metabolic outcomes as well as different portions of the myocardium at risk being infarcted (Lawson et al 1993, VanWylen 1994, Lasley et al 1995, Iliodromitis et al 1997, Korbmacher et al 2000, Kuzmin et al 2000, Mortimer et al 2000. Differences in the experimental set up and analytical methods are certainly an important factor explaining Acta Physiol Scand 2003, 178, 129-137 Ó 2003 Scandinavian Physiological Society the discrepant results found in these studies.…”
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“…In studies of the IP phenomenon, various numbers of ischaemia/reperfusion cycles have resulted in divergent metabolic outcomes as well as different portions of the myocardium at risk being infarcted (Lawson et al 1993, VanWylen 1994, Lasley et al 1995, Iliodromitis et al 1997, Korbmacher et al 2000, Kuzmin et al 2000, Mortimer et al 2000. Differences in the experimental set up and analytical methods are certainly an important factor explaining Acta Physiol Scand 2003, 178, 129-137 Ó 2003 Scandinavian Physiological Society the discrepant results found in these studies.…”
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