Blood Osmolytes of Fish Notothenia coriiceps, Chaenocephalus aceratus, Parachaenichthys charcoti caught near the Argentine Islands, Antarctica

Olexandr L. Savytskiy, Kostiantyn M. Danylenko, Dmytro G. Lutsenko

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Probl Cryobiol Cryomed 2017; 27(4): 367-371


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natural cryoprotectants; blood osmolytes; Antarctic fishes; Notothenia coriiceps; Chaenocephalus aceratus; Parachaenichthys charcoti; urea; glucose; potassium

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