physiology.org

Please wait for loading...




      (3129):

    /
     1  ~ 2014 sep 23j appl physiolJournal of Applied PhysiologyThe Journal of Applied Physiology publishes original papers that deal with diverse areas of research in applied physiology , especially those papers 
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17o2 stat exerciseSaturation of arterial blood with oxygen during maximal exercise Abstract. The per cent saturation of the arterial blood with oxygen was examined in four men before and during the last 15 sec of a 3-min run of sufficient intensity  ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 14hunger pangs tonusA CLOSER study of the tonus of the oesophagus during the hunger Some people refer the hunger sensation or hunger pangs not only to the stomach .... the gastric hunger contractions to the oesophageal tonus and con- tractions ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 10american journal of physiologyAmerican Journal of PhysiologyThe American Physiological Society publishes highly regarded, peer-reviewed journals covering the entire spectrum of physiology , from the cellular and 
     1  ~ 2014 aug 09journal of applied physiologyThe Journal of Applied Physiology publishes original papers that deal with diverse areas of research in applied physiology, especially those papers 
     2  +1 2014 sep 18physiologyPhysiology : HomeDr. Sieck received a PhD in Physiology and Biophysics from the University of Nebraska in 1976 and thereafter trained at the University of California, Los Angeles ...
     2  +3 2014 aug 28biometrics deutschland emgA thin, flexible multielectrode grid for high-density surface EMG Although the value of high-density surface electromyography (sEMG)
     2  +1 2014 aug 26audiogram und tinitusPredicting Tinnitus Pitch From Patients' Audiograms With a Here we present a computational model that reproduces tinnitus -related hyperactivity and predicts tinnitus pitch from the audiograms of tinnitus  ...
     2  +8 2014 aug 25expan a lungRegulation of lung expansion and lung growth before birth | Journal A common cause of fetal lung hypoplasia is a sustained reduction in mean lung expansion . Studies of mechanisms controlling fetal lung expansion have led to ...
     2  +99 2014 aug 10sleep deprivation vascular reactivityTotal sleep deprivation alters cardiovascular reactivity to acute We hypothesized that 24-h total sleep deprivation (TSD) would augment cardiovascular reactivity to MS and CPT and blunt the MS-induced ...
     3  -1 2014 oct 03pulse oximeter exerciseValidity of pulse oximetry during maximal exercise in normoxia Abstract. During exercise , pulse oximetry is problematic due to motion artifact and altered digital perfusion. New pulse oximeter technology ...
     3  +1 2014 sep 24kinesthetic öğrenme teknikleriLearning styles of first-year medical students attending Erciyes Kinesthetic learning is a multimodal measurement employing a combination of sensory functions. Kinesthetic learners have to feel or live the ...
     3  +6 2014 sep 13since its appearance inTHE SPECIFICITY OF PANCREATIC LIPASE: ITS APPEARANCE IN LIPASE: ITS APPEARANCE . IN THE BLOOD AFTER PANCREATIC. INJURY. IAN S. CHERRY. AND. LATHAN A. CRANDALL,. JR. From the Department.
     3  ~ 2014 sep 07j physiolHome | PhysiologyThe American Physiological Society publishes highly regarded, peer-reviewed journals covering the entire spectrum of physiology , from the cellular and ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 21olive mccabe dublinPhysiological levels of lipoxin A4 inhibit ENaC and restore airway Mazen Al‐Alawi , Paul Buchanan , Valia Verriere , Gerard Higgins , Olive McCabe , Richard W. Costello , Paul McNally , Valérie Urbach , Brian ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 04veterinary accessories parson complexA new twist on an old idea part 2: cyclosporine preserves normal In rodent and small animal models of hypertrophy and heart failure
     3  +2 2014 jul 30audio frequency brainInaudible High- Frequency Sounds Affect Brain Activity: Hypersonic Brain electrical activity and regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) were ... It is generally accepted that audio frequencies above 20 kHz do not ...
     3  ~ 2014 jul 30shearing data between twoImproved significance test for DNA microarray data : temporal effects A laminar shear stress of 12 dyn/cm2 was generated by the flow resulting from a hydrostatic pressure difference between two reservoirs. This level of shear  ...
     3  +10 2014 jul 17retinal pigment epitheliumThe Retinal Pigment Epithelium in Visual Function | Physiological The retinal pigment epithelium ( RPE ) is a monolayer of pigmented cells forming a part of the blood/retina barrier (72, 372, 492, 558). The apical ...
     4  +1 2014 sep 26tissue oxygen pressureQuantifying the role of oxygen pressure in tissue function | Heart and it has been suggested that oxygen had reached significant levels in the earth's oceans as early as 2.5 billion years ago and has rapidly ...
     4  +30 2014 sep 22danio rerio primer designEarly developmental expression of two insulins in zebrafish ( Danio On the basis of these published sequences, we designed gene-specific primers to
     4  ~ 2014 sep 14ste20 kinaseSte20 -Type Kinases : Evolutionarily Conserved Regulators of Ion Abstract. Ste20 serine/threonine kinases regulate fundamental cellular processes including the cell cycle, apoptosis, and stress responses.
     4  ~ 2014 sep 09less stress or diBronchodilatory response to deep inspiration in bronchial segments Conversely, for a fixed-volume oscillation, slower DI produce less stress (i.e., less ΔDI Ptm) than faster DI of the same volume. Airways were ...
     4  +58 2014 aug 29stem cell factorStem Cell Factor Receptor/c-Kit: From Basic Science to Clinical Abstract. Stem cell factor (SCF) is a dimeric molecule that exerts its biological functions by binding to and activating the receptor tyrosine kinase ...
     4  +9 2014 aug 20interactive classroom teachingTeaching and learning in the interactive classroom | Advances in Abstract. The Claude Bernard Distinguished Lectureship of the Teaching of Physiology Section is presented annually at the Experimental ...
     4  +11 2014 aug 19protein blend wheySoy-Dairy Protein Blend and Whey Protein Ingestion After Soy-Dairy Protein Blend and Whey Protein Ingestion After Resistance Exercise Increases Amino Acid Transport and Transporter Expression in ...
     4  +8 2014 aug 08vitamin d moleculeCurrent Understanding of the Molecular Actions of Vitamin D The important reactions that occur to the vitamin D molecule and the important reactions involved in the expression of the final active form of vitamin D are ...
     4  +4 2014 aug 08review of bacterial neurotoxinNeurotoxins Affecting Neuroexocytosis | Physiological ReviewsSome bacterial toxins are directed against competing bacteria , ... aims to provide an analysis of the mode of action of neurotoxins directly ...
     4  +90 2014 jul 19hosting mucua usGut Microbiota in Health and Disease | Physiological ReviewsThe composition of this microbial community is host specific, evolving
     5  +1 2014 oct 01the journal of physiology
     5  -1 2014 sep 15quickiQUICKI is a useful index of insulin sensitivity in subjects with QUICKI was calculated as previously defined from fasting glucose and insulin values (24). Data for QUICKI derived from clamp studies are ...
     5  -2 2014 sep 14transfer retinato pe atpThe retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) is a monolayer of pigmented cells forming
     5  +2 2014 sep 12polaroid absolute delay pb'sPolarized Skylight Navigation in Insects: Model and In addition, spatial integration increases absolute sensitivity and makes the
     5  +3 2014 sep 10amarine olivottoEffect of dietary probiotics on clownfish: a molecular approach to Matteo Alessandro Avella , Ike Olivotto , Stefania Silvi , Allen R. Place ... define how lactic acid bacteria modulate development in a marine fish.
     5  ~ 2014 sep 09jap」The Journal of Applied Physiology publishes original papers that deal with diverse areas of research in applied physiology, especially those papers ...
     5  +20 2014 sep 07patho diagram for traumatic woundrecent advances in pathophysiology and treatment of spinal cord injuryTrauma to the spinal cord causes dysfunction of the cord, with loss of .... Not shown on the schematic diagram but discussed in the text are the ...
     5  +1 2014 aug 25collateral coronary arteriesEffects of exercise training on coronary collateralization and control coronary collateral arteries provide alternate pathways of blood flow between regional myocardial perfusion territories. Although the innate ...
     5  +65 2014 aug 14black female muscleDifferences in skeletal and muscle mass with aging in black and This led to the hypothesis that the muscle mass and skeletal mass ... Black women had higher TBCa and TBK values than white women , even when the data  ...
     5  +43 2014 aug 08platelet derived growth factorMechanism of Action and In Vivo Role of Platelet - Derived Growth Abstract. Platelet - derived growth factor (PDGF) is a major mitogen for connective tissue cells and certain other cell types. It is a dimeric ...
     5  +2 2014 aug 08theta band powerMidfrontal conflict-related theta - band power reflects neural EEG power modulations of theta - band (4–8 Hz) activity over the human midfrontal cortex during response conflict have been proposed to ...
     5  +3 2014 aug 03skeletal muscle pumpMuscle pump does not enhance blood flow in exercising skeletal the skeletal muscle pump has long been considered to be a rapid, localized mechanism by which blood flow could be increased to active skeletal muscle (4).
     5  +96 2014 aug 01arterial gas embolismArterial Gas Embolism and Decompression Sickness | PhysiologyArterial gas embolism occurs secondary to pulmonary barotrauma when gas is forced into the pulmonary vasculature. Although they may ...
     5  +96 2014 jul 25ph sensor of cellIntracellular pH Sensors : Design Principles and Functional Abstract. Changes in intracellular pH regulate many cell behaviors, including ..... pH sensors regulating actin filament dynamics in cell migration.
     5  +96 2014 jul 20too little contentToo much content , not enough thinking, and too little FUN Abstract. Teachers often overrate the importance of their content and underrate their influence. However, students forget much of the content that they memorize.
     5  +96 2014 jul 19exposure to cycickExposure to cyclic intermittent hypoxia increases expression of To examine the possibility that glutamate and its N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptors play a role in acclimatization after exposure to cyclic  ...
     5  +96 2014 jul 16lee dobbins digital microscopesPulmonary transit of agitated contrast is associated with enhanced An agitated colloid solution resulted in bubbles sized 21.2 ± 6.2 μm under a microscope (top left).
     6  +2 2014 sep 23gastric pressureEffect of intragastric pressure on gastric emptying and secretionIn intact dogs the pressure in the main cavity of the stomach was held constant ... gastric pressure produced a linear increase in rate of gastric emptying. With an ...
     6  -1 2014 sep 23text pressorCardiac mechanics are impaired during fatiguing exercise and cold Heart rate (HR) and mean arterial pressure (MAP) were also monitored on a beat -by-beat basis; rate ...... OpenUrlAbstract/FREE Full Text . 6.↵.
     6  +1 2014 sep 16ehda 2atElectro-hydrodynamic atomization of drug solutions for inhalation Electrohydrodynamic atomization ( EHDA ) is a new technique able to .... of the distribution (GSD) are shown in Table 2. At increasing flow rates, ...
     6  +8 2014 sep 15lpl tgInfluence of thyroid status on skeletal muscle LPL activity and TG lipase ( LPL ) in the different skeletal muscle fiber types was evaluated in pentobarbital-anesthetized rats. The turnover of plasma TG was approximately.
     6  -2 2014 sep 02glucose protein supplimentsmetabolism after resistance training Effect of glucose supplement Effect of glucose supplement timing on protein . You might find this additional info useful... 29 articles, 21 of which can be accessed free at: This article cites.
     6  +70 2014 aug 18factors effecting volumesFactors Affecting Blood Volumes in Hypophysectomized Female Rats'Factors Affecting Blood Volumes in Hypophysectomized. Female Rats'. CHARLES F. BOND2 AND SAMUEL. L. LEONARD. From the Department of Zoology ...
     6  +95 2014 aug 10follistatin derived peptide iifollistatin - derived peptide expression in muscle decreases adipose follistatin - derived peptides , including FS I-I . FS I-I retained myostatin inhibitory activity. 44 without affecting the bioactivity of activins. Here, we ...
     6  +21 2014 jul 24brown adipose tissueBrown Adipose Tissue - Physiological ReviewsB. Is brown adipose tissue an important organ for glucose clearance? 329. C. During nonshivering thermogenesis, brown adipose tissue is the major ...
     6  +2 2014 jul 22is l-arginine a vasodilatorVasodilator effects of l - arginine are stereospecific and augmented The amino acid l - arginine , the precursor of nitric oxide (NO) synthesis, induces vasodilation in vivo, but the mechanism behind this effect is unclear. There is ...
     6  +15 2014 jul 21telomeres and agingTelomeres and Aging | Physiological ReviewsTelomeres play a central role in cell fate and aging by adjusting the cellular response to stress and growth stimulation on the basis of previous ...
     7  +8 2014 sep 30mediac little & lodisch 1969 medicaARTICLES | Physiological ReviewsDespite this, very little information is available to date on the requirement for
     7  -4 2014 sep 24weight training and nandrolone decanoateMetabolic effects of nandrolone decanoate and resistance training in Abstract. Thirty human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected men were randomized to a high dose of nandrolone decanoate weekly (group 1) ...
     7  +48 2014 sep 24التطبيقي
     7  ~ 2014 sep 18brain damage productionTHE MECHANISM OF THE PRODUCTION OF BRAIN DAMAGE Convulsions cause some changes that produce brain damage (3). 3. Hypoglycemia depresses the metabolism of the brain. This depression causes a decreased ...
     7  ~ 2014 sep 11wolf smoke beipengVascular Biology and Microcirculation | Heart and Circulatory Lara Gotha, Sang Yup Lim, Azriel B. Osherov, Rafael Wolff , Beiping Qiang, Ilana ... hyperemia through increasing nitric oxide bioavailability in young smokers .
     7  +55 2014 sep 05fiber typeNature vs. nurture: can exercise really alter fiber type composition in However, whether a stimulus such as exercise training could produce not only metabolic adaptations, but also transform fiber types in human ...
     7  +31 2014 aug 28effects of exerciseEffects of exercise and diet on chronic disease | Journal of Applied The purpose of this review is to 1) discuss the effects of exercise and diet in the prevention of chronic disease, 2) highlight the effects of lifestyle ...
     7  +94 2014 aug 28diabetic diets dissectedMetabolic and genomic dissection of diabetes in the Cohen rat We investigated the metabolic and genetic basis of diabetes in the Cohen Diabetic rat, a model of diet -induced diabetes , as a means to identify the molecular ...
     7  +2 2014 aug 25vemp tendon hammer triggerVestibular evoked myogenic potentials evoked by brief interaural the vestibular-evoked myogenic potential ( VEMP ) is a short-latency .... a reflex tendon hammer with an electronic trigger (Nicolet Biomedical, ...
     7  +14 2014 aug 24triceps sharpes fiberSpinal and Supraspinal Factors in Human Muscle Fatigue After the first voluntary contraction (at 410 s), the triceps surae muscles were
     7  +94 2014 aug 18dynamics of napDynamics of the sleep EEG after an early evening nap : experimental Abstract. Increasing sleep pressure is associated with highly predictable changes in the dynamics of the sleep electroencephalogram (EEG). To investigate ...
     7  +94 2014 aug 14tri suryawan e kLeucine pulses enhance skeletal muscle protein synthesis during Claire Boutry,1 Samer W. El-Kadi ,1 Agus Suryawan ,1 Scott M. Wheatley,1 ..... tion counter ( Tri -Carb 2500TR; Packard Instrument, Meriden, CT).
     7  +94 2014 aug 10piezoresistive miniature pressure transducersMiniature pressure transducers for physiological measurementspiezoresistive miniature pressure transducer . THE PIEZORESISTIVE. TRANSDUCERS presented were developed for measurements of physiological pressures.
     7  +94 2014 jul 27laser doppler flowmetryAdaptation of laser - Doppler flowmetry to measure cerebral bloodAdaptation of laser - Doppler flowmetry to measure. You might find this additional info useful... 28 articles, 8 of which can be accessed free at: This article cites.
     8  +3 2014 sep 25quantive gantry login popupMaximizing quantitative accuracy of lung airway lumen and wall Institution: Google Indexer. Login · Advanced Search
     8  +23 2014 sep 19spinal cord capacityLung mechanics in individuals with spinal cord injury: effects of Individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) exhibit reduced lung volumes ... Changes in forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in 1 s ...
     8  +36 2014 sep 18muscle leopardMuscle : the predominant glucose-producing organ in the leopard We conclude that most glucose that accumulates in the body during exercise originates in muscle because two-thirds of body glucose is found ...
     8  +11 2014 sep 11we val thorensb camVoltage-Gated Ion Channels and Hereditary Disease | Physiological Patch-clamp recordings from normal (wt), Gly-1306- Val , and Val -1589-Met
     8  +53 2014 sep 06ach-a-pf pf victorModern Concepts Concerning the Origin of the Heartbeat | PhysiologyOliver Monfredi , Victor A. Maltsev , Edward G. Lakatta
     8  +93 2014 sep 03lham bi jienIn this Issue | Heart and Circulatory Physiology... Christine M. Herring, Jiangning Tan, Tim Lahm , Daniel R. Meldrum .... Xianyao Xu, Shamim A. K. Chowdhury, David L. Geenen, Jian Bi .
     8  ~ 2014 aug 27glucose transport in intestineBiology of Human Sodium Glucose Transporters | Physiological Half a century ago it was established that glucose transport across the small intestine occurred by active transport, i.e., the sugar could be ...
     8  +7 2014 aug 24physiology of glucose metabolismGlucagon and regulation of glucose metabolism | Endocrinology Glucagon and regulation of glucose metabolism . Guoqiang Jiang , Bei B. Zhang. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and ...
     8  +93 2014 aug 01in relationship toTestosterone and cortisol in relationship to dietary nutrients and The present study examined the relationship between dietary nutrients and resting and exercise-induced blood concentrations of testosterone ...
     8  +7 2014 jul 24increased work of breathingPulmonary characteristics in COPD and mechanisms of increased Dynamic hyperinflation causes an inspiratory threshold load that increases the work of breathing substantially while it simultaneously reduces ...
     8  +4 2014 jul 21importance of social interactionBrain Basis of Human Social Interaction : From Concepts to Brain Because of the fundamental importance of interpersonal interaction on human development and ... Senses are important for social interaction .
     9  +4 2014 sep 22diabetes as a physical diseaseEpidemiological evidence for the role of physical activity in reducing Protective mechanisms of physical activity include the regulation of ... The economic costs of diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) in this ...
     9  -1 2014 sep 13asthma and phagoAssociation between airway hyperreactivity and bronchial macrophage dysfunction in individuals with mild asthma . NEIL E. ALEXIS,1 ... correlation was found between CD64 expression and BM phago - cytosis (R. 0.7, P.
     9  -3 2014 sep 11rolandic cortexSegregation of Somatosensory Activation in the Human Rolandic Segregation of Somatosensory Activation in the Human Rolandic Cortex Using fMRI. Christopher I. Moore , Chantal E. Stern , Suzanne Corkin ...
     9  +9 2014 sep 09pain gateTheories of pain : from specificity to gate control | Journal of The four most influential theories of pain perception include the Specificity (or Labeled Line), Intensity, Pattern, and Gate Control Theories of ...
     9  ~ 2014 sep 09kun qian university of pittsburghMathematical analysis of depolarization block mediated by slow Kun Qian , Na Yu , Kristal R Tucker , Edwin S Levitan , Carmen C. Canavier. Journal of ... University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
     9  -6 2014 sep 03glucose with protein supplimentsEffect of glucose supplement timing on protein metabolism after We determined the effect of the timing of glucose supplementation on fractional muscle protein synthetic rate (FSR), urinary urea excretion, and ...
     9  +15 2014 aug 25hirai body hair transplantControls of Hair Follicle Cycling | Physiological ReviewsCoarse body hair is referred to as terminal hair , and fine, short, nonpigmented hair as vellus hair (see sect. xi).
     9  +8 2014 aug 17fat loss journalEffects of aerobic and/or resistance training on body mass and fat Recent guidelines on exercise for weight loss and weight maintenance include
     9  +6 2014 aug 09exercise stimulate stem cellExercise enhances the proliferation of neural stem cells and neurite Exercise enhances the proliferation of neural stem cells and neurite growth and ..... Chronic treadmill running (TR) stimulates neurogenesis in hippocampal ...
     9  +92 2014 jul 30mice on treadmillsIntensity-controlled treadmill running in mice : cardiac and skeletal Training mice exercised on treadmills 2 h/day for 5 days/wk. At the start of every week,V˙o 2 max was measured as described and workloads adjusted ...
     9  +23 2014 jul 23acid muscle healingEssential amino acids and muscle protein recovery from resistance Abstract. This study tests the hypothesis that a dose of 6 g of orally administered essential amino acids (EAAs) stimulates net muscle protein balance in healthy ...
     9  +2 2014 jul 22phisiology of heartHeart and Circulatory Physiology : HomeScientists interested in the physiology of the heart , blood vessels, and lymphatics will find stringently peer-reviewed, cutting-edge, original research in the ...
     10  +7 2014 sep 26itfs org khIndividualization of transfer function in estimation of central aortic With the use of ITFs , reconstructed aortic pressure was 121 ± 19/69 ..... Bos WJW, Van den Meiracker AH, Wesseling KH , Schalekamp MADH.
     10  -3 2014 sep 23mechanical workA new definition of mechanical work done in human movementinternal work; human gait. IN THE ASSESSMENT of the energy of human movement it is important to have an accurate measure of the mechanical work done by ...
     10  -1 2014 sep 18paul carter treadmill sprintsduring treadmill running Effect of endurance training on oxygen Helen Carter , Andrew M. Jones, Thomas J. Barstow, Mark Burnley, Craig during treadmill ... Martin Buchheit, Paul B. Laursen and Said Ahmaidi .... Springs , OH).
     10  ~ 2014 sep 18carlos gottmann cvPresynaptic Efficacy Directs Normalization of Synaptic Strength in The Monte Carlo distribution of failure rates could then be compared with the pfail
     10  +19 2014 sep 17cellmassRegulation of Pancreatic Beta- Cell Mass | Physiological ReviewsAbstract. Beta- cell mass regulation represents a critical issue for understanding diabetes, a disease characterized by a near-absolute (type 1) ...
    1 2 of 32 pages