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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 176, Number 3, November 2002

Fatty acids are important for the Frank–Starling mechanism and Gregg effect but not for catecholamine response in isolated rat hearts
pp. 167-176(10)
Authors: Pagliaro, P.; Chiribiri, A.; Gattullo, D.; Penna, C.; Rastaldo, R.; Recchia, F. A.

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Muscle fibre type, efficiency, and mechanical optima affect freely chosen pedal rate during cycling
pp. 185-194(10)
Authors: Hansen, E. A.; Andersen, J. L.; Nielsen, J. S.; Sjøgaard, G.

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Absorption of biologically active peptide hormones from the small intestine of rat
pp. 203-213(11)
Authors: Wheeler, S.; Mcginn, B. J.; Lucas, M. L.; Morrison, J. D.

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Altered sarcoplasmic reticulum function in rat diaphragm after high-intensity exercise
pp. 227-232(6)
Authors: Matsunaga, S.; Inashima, S.; Tsuchimochi, H.; Yamada, T.; Hazama, T.; Wada, M.

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Altered myosin isoform expression in rat skeletal muscles induced by a changed thyroid state
pp. 233-243(11)
Authors: Wahrmann, J. P.; Fulla, Y.; Rieu, M.; Kahn, A.; Dinh-Xuan, A. T.

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Reduced rat renal vascular response to angiotensin II after chronic inhibition of nNOS
pp. 245-252(8)
Authors: Ollerstam, A.; Salomonsson, M.; Persson, A. E. G.

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