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Maternally derived yolk antioxidants buffer the developing avian embryo against oxidative stress induced by hyperoxia

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posted on 29.06.2018 by Hannah Watson, Pablo Salmón, Caroline Isaksson
Data from experiment in which great tit (Parus major) eggs were incubation under normal (20% oxygen) or hyperoxic (40% oxygen) conditions. Data comprise measurements of antixoidants and lipid peroxidation in brain tissue and yolk, and relative telomere length in brain tissue. Refer to publication below for full methodologies and ethics approval.
Watson H, Salmón P & Isaksson C. 2018. Maternally derived yolk antioxidants buffer the developing avian embryo against oxidative stress induced by hyperoxia. Journal of Experimental Biology.

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European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (659643); Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (322217); Swedish Research Council; Crafoord Foundation; Kungliga Fysiografiska Sällskapet i Lund; Lunds Djurskyddsfond

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