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HIF and Hypoxia FAQs | AssayBiotechnology
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Frequently asked technical questions, answered by our Scientific Support team.

  1. What is Hypoxia? How is it relevant to life sciences?
  2. What are some key players in hypoxia signaling?
What is Hypoxia? How is it relevant to life sciences?
Hypoxia refers to an abnormally low level of oxygen in cells or tissues. The cellular response to hypoxia has been of great interest to researchers because of hypoxia's critical involvement in several biological processes including angiogenesis, cellular survival/proliferation, energy metabolism, erythropoiesis, extra-cellular matrix function, invasion/metastasis, iron metabolism, pH regulation, multi-drug resistance and stem cell properties among others.
What are some key players in hypoxia signaling?
Hypoxia refers to an abnormally low level of oxygen in cells or tissues. The cellular response to hypoxia has been of great interest to researchers because of hypoxia's critical involvement in several biological processes including angiogenesis, cellular survival/proliferation, energy metabolism, erythropoiesis, extra-cellular matrix function, invasion/metastasis, iron metabolism, pH regulation, multi-drug resistance and stem cell properties among others.
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