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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 182, Number 1, September 2004

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pp. 1-1(1)

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Effects of immersion water temperature on whole-body fluid distribution in humans
pp. 3-10(8)
Authors: Stocks, J. M.; Patterson, M. J.; Hyde, D. E.; Jenkins, A. B.; Mittleman, K. D.; Taylor, N. A. S.

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Endothelial cytochrome P450 contributes to the acetylcholine-induced cardiodepression in isolated rat hearts
pp. 11-20(10)
Authors: Pagliaro, P.; Penna, C.; Rastaldo, R.; Mancardi, D.; Crisafulli, A.; Losano, G.; Gattullo, D.

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Inhibited anabolic effect of insulin-like growth factor-I on stromal bone marrow cells in endothelial nitric oxide synthase-knockout mice
pp. 29-35(7)
Authors: Lagumdzija, A.; Ou, G.; Petersson, M.; Bucht, E.; Gonon, A.; Pernow, Y.

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Acute effects of dehydration on sweat composition in men during prolonged exercise in the heat
pp. 37-43(7)
Authors: Morgan, R. M.; Patterson, M. J.; Nimmo, M. A.

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Left ventricular volumes during exercise in endurance athletes assessed by contrast echocardiography
pp. 45-51(7)
Authors: Sundstedt, M.; Hedberg, P.; Jonason, T.; Ringqvist, I.; Brodin, L.-Å.; Henriksen, E.

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Isolation and receptor profiling of ileal enterochromaffin cells
pp. 53-62(10)
Authors: Schäfermeyer, A.; Gratzl, M.; Rad, R.; Dossumbekova, A.; Sachs, G.; Prinz, C.

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Functional characterization of muscarinic receptor subtypes in human duodenal secretion
pp. 63-68(6)
Authors: Larsen, R.; Hansen, M. B.; Bindslev, N.; Mertz-Nielsen, A.

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Expression of Na+/HCO3 co-transporter proteins (NBCs) in rat and human skeletal muscle
pp. 69-76(8)
Authors: Kristensen, J. M.; Kristensen, M.; Juel, C.

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Muscular adaptations to computer-guided strength training with eccentric overload
pp. 77-88(12)
Authors: Friedmann, B.; Kinscherf, R.; Vorwald, S.; Müller, H.; Kucera, K.; Borisch, S.; Richter, G.; Bärtsch, P.; Billeter, R.

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Extracellular GABA in the medial hypothalamus is increased following hypocretin-1 administration
pp. 89-94(6)
Authors: Viggiano, An.; Monda, M.; Viggiano, Al.; Fuccio, F.; De Luca, B.

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