Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress

  • Antoine Stier (Creator)
  • Quentin Schull (Creator)
  • Pierre Bize (Creator)
  • Emilie Lefol (Creator)
  • Mark F Haussmann (Creator)
  • Damien Roussel (Creator)
  • Jean-Patrice Robin (Creator)
  • Vincent A. Viblanc (Creator)

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Description

Data from Stier et al. 2019 Sci Rep (Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress)

This excel file contain the raw data used in Stier et al. 2019 Sci Rep to investigate the oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure in king penguin. Details about abbreviations are given in the excel file and information about the physiological parameters in the Table 1 of the original publication.

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Excel file

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CC BY 4.0
Date made available15 May 2019
PublisherFigshare
Date of data production15 May 2019

Research Output

Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress

Stier, A., Schull, Q., Bize, P., Lefol, E., Haussmann, M., Roussel, D., Robin, J-P. & Viblanc, V. A., 12 Jun 2019, In : Scientific Reports. 9, 12 p., 8545 .

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    Stier, A. (Creator), Schull, Q. (Creator), Bize, P. (Creator), Lefol, E. (Creator), Haussmann, M. F. (Creator), Roussel, D. (Creator), Robin, J. (Creator), Viblanc, V. A. (Creator) (15 May 2019). Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress. Figshare. 10.6084/m9.figshare.7042049.v1.