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N-octanoyl dopamine treatment of endothelial cells induces the unfolded protein response and results in hypometabolism and tolerance to hypothermia.

Stamellou E, Fontana J, Wedel J, Ntasis E, Sticht C, Becker A, Pallavi P, Wolf K, Krämer BK, Hafner M, van Son WJ, Yard BA. N-octanoyl dopamine treatment of endothelial cells induces the unfolded protein response and results in hypometabolism and tolerance to hypothermia. PLoS One. 2014; 9(6):e99298.

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