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Volume 168, Number 4, April 2000

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Structural and functional limits for oxygen supply to muscle
pp. 445-456(12)
Authors: Hoppeler, H.; Weibel, E.R.

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Human skeletal muscle mitochondrial capacity
pp. 473-480(8)
Authors: Rasmussen, U.F.; Rasmussen, H.N.

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Metabolic modulation of sympathetic vasoconstriction in exercising skeletal muscle
pp. 489-503(15)
Authors: Hansen, J.; Sander, M.; Thomas, G.D.

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Large arterioles in the control of blood flow: role of endothelium-dependent dilation
pp. 505-510(6)
Authors: Pohl, U.; De Wit, C.; Gloe, T.

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Nutritive and non-nutritive blood flow: rest and exercise
pp. 519-530(12)
Authors: Clark, M.G.; Rattigan, S.; Clerk, L.H.; Vincent, M.A.; Clark, A.D.H.; Youd, J.M.; Newman, J.M.B.

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Molecular mechanisms controlling nutritive blood flow: role of cytochrome P450 enzymes
pp. 543-549(7)
Authors: Harder, D.R.; Roman, R. J.; Gebremedhin, D.

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The red blood cell as an oxygen sensor: what is the evidence?
pp. 551-559(9)
Author: Ellsworth, M.L.

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Adenosine and muscle vasodilatation in acute systemic hypoxia
pp. 561-573(13)
Author: Marshall, J.M.

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Adenosine and nitric oxide in exercise-induced human skeletal muscle vasodilatation
pp. 575-591(17)
Authors: R├ądegran, G.; Hellsten, Y.

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Diffusive resistance to O2 transport in muscle
pp. 609-614(6)
Author: Wagner, P. D.

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Near-infrared spectroscopy for monitoring muscle oxygenation
pp. 615-622(8)
Authors: Boushel, R.; Piantadosi, C.A.

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Deciphering the mysteries of myoglobin in striated muscle
pp. 623-634(12)
Authors: Conley, K.E.; Ordway, G.A.; Richardson, R.S.

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Role of the creatine/phosphocreatine system in the regulation of mitochondrial respiration
pp. 635-641(7)
Authors: Saks, V.A.; Kongas, O.; Vendelin, M.; Kay, L.

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Lactate as a fuel for mitochondrial respiration
pp. 643-656(14)
Author: Van Hall, G.

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Anaplerosis of the citric acid cycle: role in energy metabolism of heart and skeletal muscle
pp. 657-665(9)
Authors: Gibala, M.J.; Young, M.E.; Taegtmeyer, H.

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Endogenous nitric oxide in the control of skeletal muscle oxygen extraction during exercise
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Authors: Shen, W.; Xu, X.; Ochoa, M.; Zhao, G.; Bernstein, R.D.; Forfia, P.; Hintze, T.H.

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