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Volume 162, Number 3, February 1998

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The Na+,K+ pump and muscle excitability
pp. 183-190(8)
Authors: CLAUSEN, T.; NIELSEN, O. B.; HARRISON, A. P.; FLATMAN, J. A.; OVERGAARD, K.

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The regulation of the Na+,K+ pump in contracting skeletal muscle
pp. 191-200(10)
Authors: NIELSEN, O.B.; HARRISON, A.P.

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Skeletal muscle fatigue in normal subjects and heart failure patients. Is there a common mechanism?
pp. 215-228(14)
Authors: LUNDE, P. K.; VERBURG, E.; VØLLESTAD, N. K.; SEJERSTED, O. M.

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Mechanisms underlying the reduction of isometric force in skeletal muscle fatigue
pp. 253-260(8)
Authors: WESTERBLAD, H.; ALLEN, D. G.; BRUTON, J. D.; ANDRADE, F. H.; LÄNNERGREN, J.

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Energy supply and muscle fatigue in humans
pp. 261-266(6)
Authors: SAHLIN, K.; TONKONOGI, M.; SÖDERLUND, K.

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Possible effects of fatigue on muscle efficiency
pp. 267-273(7)
Author: WOLEDGE, R. C.

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Mechanisms underlying the slow recovery of force after fatigue: importance of intracellular calcium
pp. 285-293(9)
Authors: BRUTON, J. D.; LÄNNERGREN, J.; WESTERBLAD, H.

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Muscle blood flow and oxygen uptake in recovery from exercise
pp. 305-312(8)
Authors: BANGSBO, J.; HELLSTEN, Y.

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Adrenergic control of post-exercise metabolism
pp. 313-323(11)
Authors: BØRSHEIM, E.; KNARDAHL, S.; HØSTMARK, A. T.; BAHR, R.

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Recovery of the immune system after exercise
pp. 325-332(8)
Authors: PEDERSEN, B. K.; ROHDE, T.; OSTROWSKI, K.

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Molecular and cellular adaptation of muscle in response to physical training
pp. 343-350(8)
Authors: BOOTH, F. W.; TSENG, B. S; FLÜCK, M.; CARSON, J. A.

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Glucose utilization during exercise: influence of endurance training
pp. 351-358(8)
Authors: WOJTASZEWSKI, J. F. P.; RICHTER, E. A.

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Muscle pH regulation: role of training
pp. 359-366(8)
Author: JUEL, C.

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Training effects on the contractile apparatus
pp. 367-376(10)
Author: PETTE, D.

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Exercise-induced changes in protein metabolism
pp. 377-387(11)
Authors: TIPTON, K.D.; WOLFE, R.R.

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Catecholamines, hypoxia and high altitude
pp. 389-399(11)
Author: ROSTRUP, M.

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Regulation of skeletal muscle perfusion during exercise
pp. 411-419(9)
Authors: DELP, M. D.; LAUGHLIN, M. H.

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Skeletal muscle blood flow in humans and its regulation during exercise
pp. 421-436(16)
Authors: SALTIN, B.; RÅDEGRAN, G.; KOSKOLOU, M. D.; ROACH, R. C.

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