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Injection of leptin into white adipose tissue (WAT) increases sympathetic outflow. The present study was designed to determine the effects of capsaicin and other chemicals in WAT on the sympathetic outflow and blood pressure and the roles of WAT afferents and hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus...
To better understand the metabolic implications of a higher ATP cost of contraction in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), we used 31 P-magnetic resonance spectroscopy ( 31 P-MRS) to examine muscle energetics and pH in response to graded exercise. Specifically, in six patients and six...
Low load resistance training with blood flow restriction (BFR) can increase muscle size and strength, but the implications on the conduit artery are uncertain. We examined the effects of low-load dynamic handgrip training with and without BFR, and detraining, on measures of brachial artery...
Assessment of locomotion following exposure of animals to noxious or painful stimuli can offer significant insights into underlying mechanisms of injury and the effectiveness of various treatments. We developed a novel method to track the movement of mice in two dimensions using computer vision...
The pressure-diameter relation (PDR) and the wall strain of coronary blood vessels have important implications for coronary blood flow and arthrosclerosis, respectively. Previous studies have shown that these mechanical quantities are significantly affected by the axial stretch of the vessels....
This study examined the separate and combined effects of acute hypoxia (Hypo) and heavy-intensity “priming” exercise (Hvy) on pulmonary O 2 uptake (V̇ o 2p ) kinetics during moderate-intensity exercise (Mod). Breath-by-breath V̇ o 2p and near-infrared spectroscopy-derived muscle...
Human movement requires an ongoing, finely tuned interaction between muscular and tendinous tissues, so changes in the properties of either tissue could have important functional consequences. One condition that alters the functional demands placed on lower limb muscle-tendon units is the use of...
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