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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 591, Number 6, 15 March 2013

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Free Content STIM2 drives Ca2+ oscillations through store‐operated Ca2+ entry caused by mild store depletion
pp. 1433-1445(13)
Authors: Thiel, Markus; Lis, Annette; Penner, Reinhold

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Free Content A non‐electrolyte haemolysis assay for diagnosis and prognosis of sickle cell disease
pp. 1463-1474(12)
Authors: Milligan, C.; Rees, D. C.; Ellory, J. C.; Osei, A.; Browning, J. A.; Hannemann, A.; Gibson, J. S.

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Free Content Nitric oxide‐mediated cutaneous microvascular function is impaired in polycystic ovary sydrome but can be improved by exercise training
pp. 1475-1487(13)
Authors: Sprung, V. S.; Cuthbertson, D. J.; Pugh, C. J. A.; Daousi, C.; Atkinson, G.; Aziz, N. F.; Kemp, G. J.; Green, D. J.; Cable, N. T.; Jones, H.

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Free Content Functional role of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide in inhibitory motor innervation in the mouse internal anal sphincter
pp. 1489-1506(18)
Authors: Keef, K. D.; Saxton, S. N.; McDowall, R. A.; Kaminski, R. E.; Duffy, A. M.; Cobine, C. A.

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Free Content The essential role of peripheral respiratory chemoreceptor inputs in maintaining breathing revealed when CO2 stimulation of central chemoreceptors is diminished
pp. 1507-1521(15)
Authors: Fiamma, Marie‐NoĆ«lle; O’Connor, Edward T.; Roy, Arijit; Zuna, Ines; Wilson, Richard J. A.

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Free Content Fibre type‐specific change in FXYD1 phosphorylation during acute intense exercise in humans
pp. 1523-1533(11)
Authors: Thomassen, Martin; Murphy, Robyn M.; Bangsbo, Jens

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Free Content Short‐term exercise training enhances functional sympatholysis through a nitric oxide‐dependent mechanism
pp. 1535-1549(15)
Authors: Jendzjowsky, Nicholas G.; DeLorey, Darren S.

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Free Content AMP‐activated protein kinase is required for exercise‐induced peroxisome proliferator‐activated receptor γ co‐activator 1α translocation to subsarcolemmal mitochondria in skeletal muscle
pp. 1551-1561(11)
Authors: Smith, Brennan K.; Mukai, Kazutaka; Lally, James S.; Maher, Amy C.; Gurd, Brendon J.; Heigenhauser, George J. F.; Spriet, Lawrence L.; Holloway, Graham P.

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Free Content A critical re‐evaluation of the specificity of action of perivagal capsaicin
pp. 1563-1580(18)
Authors: Browning, K. N.; Babic, T.; Holmes, G. M.; Swartz, E.; Travagli, R. A.

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