Equine Physiology

- Equine Physiology

  1. Lindinger MI. (2021) Total Carbon Dioxide in Adult Standardbred and Thoroughbred Horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 104 (accepted pending final review).
  2. Waller AP, Lindinger MI. (2021) Pre‐loading large volume oral electrolytes: Tracing fluid and ion fluxes in horses during rest, exercise, and recovery. The Journal of Physiology https://doi.org/10.1113/JP281648
  3. Rebalka I, Lindinger MI. (2021). In vitro validation assessment of a fecal occult blood protein test for horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 104: 103695. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jevs.2021.103695
  4. Lindinger MI, Waller AP. (2021) Tracing oral Na+ and K+ in sweat during exercise and recovery in horses. Experimental Physiology 106 (4): 972-982. https://doi.org/10.1113/EP089232
  5. Lindinger MI, Northrop, F. (2020) Drinking a Structured Water Product on Markers of Hydration, Airway Health and Heart Rate Variability in Thoroughbred Racehorses: a Small-scale, Clinical Field Trial. Veterinary Science Research. https://doi.org/10.30564/vsr.v2i2.2380
  6. MacNicol JL, Lindinger MI, Shoveller AK, Cant JP, Pearson W. (2020) Dietary Cucumis melo Reduces Markers of Muscle and Articular Inflammation Following High-intensity Exercise in Horses. Veterinary Science Research 2(1). https://doi.org/10.30564/vsr.v2i1.1559
  7. Lindinger MI. (2020) Do Horses Receive Optimum Amounts of Glutamine in Their Diets? Veternary Science Research 2(1): 1-15. https://doi.org/10.30564/vsr.v2i1.1619
  8. Lindinger MI. (2019) Ground flaxseed—How safe is it for companion animals and for us. Veternary Science Research 1(1): 35-40. https://ojs.bilpublishing.com/index.php/vsr/article/view/1158/881
  9. MacNicol JL, Lindinger MI, Pearson W. (2018) A time-course evaluation of inflammatory and oxidative markers following high-intensity exercise in horses: a pilot study. J Appl Physiol 124(4): 860-865. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00461.2017
  10. MacNicol J, MI Lindinger MI, Pearson W. (2017) An evaluation of inflammatory and oxidative markers following intense exercise in horses: A pilot study. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 52, 66-67.
  11. Lindinger MI, Derave W. (2017) Food for thought: How to integrate nutrition into training programs and recovery? Perspectives and lessons from human and equine exercise physiology. In Proceedings of the 7th European Equine Health & Nutrition Conference, https://www.equine-congress.com/uploads/files/file/22/food-for-thought-how-to-integrate-nutrition-into-training-programs-and-recovery-perspectives-and-lessons-from-human-and-equine-exercise-physiology.pdf
  12. Lindinger MI. (2014) Determining dehydration and its compartmentation in horses at rest and with exercise: a concise review and focus on multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis. Comparative Exercise Physiology 10: 3-11.
  13. Ringmark S, Lindholm A, Hedenström U, Lindinger M, Dahlborn K, ... (2013). Reduced high intensity training distance had no effect on VLa4 but attenuated heart rate response in 2-3-year-old Standardbred horses. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 57 (1), 17. https://actavetscand.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.1186/s13028-015-0107-1?site=http://actavetscand.biomedcentral.com
  14. Lindinger MI. (2013) Acid-base physiology during exercise and in response to training. In Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery: Basic and Clinical Sciences of the Athletic Horse.Hinchcliff KW, Kaneps AJ, Geor RJ, eds. New York: Elsevier, pp. 586-611.
  15. Lindinger MI, Ecker GL. (2013) Gastric emptying, intestinal absorption of electrolytes and exercise performance in electrolyte-supplemented horses. Exp Physiol 98(1):193-206. doi: 0.1113/ expphysiol. 2012.065185.
  16. Lindinger MI. (2011) Lactate: metabolic fuel or poison? Exp Physiol 96:1099-1100. 
  17. Lindinger MI. (2011) Lactate: metabolic fuel or poison for racehorses? Exp Physiol 96:261. 
  18. Waller AP, Lindinger MI. (2010) Nutritional aspects of post exercise skeletal muscle glycogen synthesis in horses: a comparative review. Equine Vet J 42:274–281.
  19. Waller A, Pearson W, Lindinger MI. (2010) Factors contributing to plasma TCO2 and acid-base state in Ontario Standardbred racehorses. Equine Vet J 8(suppl):592-600. 
  20. Pearson W. (2009) Concurrent use of veterinary drugs and herbal medicines in racing Standardbreds. Can Vet J 50(12):1283-1285. 
  21. Waller AP, Geor RJ, Spriet LL, Heigenhauser GJF, Lindinger MI. (2009) Oral acetate supplementation after prolonged moderate intensity enhances early muscle glycogen resynthesis in horses. Exp Physiol 94:888-898.
  22. Waller AP, Heigenhauser GJ, Geor RJ, Spriet LL, Lindinger MI. (2009) Fluid and electrolyte supplementation after prolonged moderate-intensity exercise enhances muscle glycogen resynthesis in Standardbred horses. J Appl Physiol 106(1):91-100. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.90783.2008. 
  23. Lindinger MI. (2008) Sweating, dehydration and electrolyte supplementation: challenges for the performance horse. Proceedings of the 4th European Equine Health and Nutrition Conference. Pages 28-45.
  24. Lindinger MI, Waller A. (2008) Muscle and blood acid–base physiology during exercise and in response to training. In Equine Exercise Physiology. Hinchcliff KW, Kaneps AJ, Geor RJ, eds. Toronto, ON: Saunders Elsevier, pp. 350-381. 
  25. Waller A, Lindinger MI. (2007) The effect of oral sodium acetate administration on plasma acetate concentration and acid-base state in horses. Acta Vet Scand 49:38-49. 
  26. Waller A, Heigenhauser GJ, Lindinger MI. (2007) Electrolyte supplementation after prolonged moderate-intensity exercise results in decreased plasma TCO2 in Standardbreds. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 4:149-158.
  27. Waller A, Lindinger MI. (2006) Hydration of exercised Standardbred racehorses assessed non-invasively using multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis. Equine Vet J36(suppl):285-290.
  28. Forro M, Lindinger MI. (2006) Furosemide results in an extracellular to intracellular fluid shift in horses. Equine Vet J 36(suppl):245-253.
  29. Waller A, Smithurst KJ, Ecker GL, Geor RJ, Lindinger MI. (2006) Daily variation in plasma electrolyte and acid-base status in resting horses over a 25 hour period. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 3:29-36. 
  30. Waller A, Smithurst KJ, Ecker GL, Geor RJ, Lindinger MI. (2005) Cyclical plasma electrolyte and acid-base responses to meal feeding in horses over a 24 hour period. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 2:159-169. 
  31. Waller A, Lindinger MI. (2005) Physicochemical analysis of acid-base status during recovery from high intensity exercise in Standardbred racehorses. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 2:119-127.
  32. Waller A, Lindinger MI. (2005) Time course and magnitude of fluid and electrolyte shifts during recovery from high-intensity exercise in Standardbred racehorses. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 2:77-87. 
  33. Waller A, Armstrong S, Smithurst KJ, Lindinger MI. (2004) Effects of diet, feeding and diurnal variation on acid-base balance in horses.Equine Comp Exerc Physiol1:153-165.
  34. Lindinger MI, McKeen G, Ecker GL. (2004) Time course and magnitude of changes in total body water, extracellular fluid volume, intracellular fluid volume and plasma volume during submaximal exercise and recovery in horses. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 1:131-139. 
  35. McKeen G, Lindinger MI. (2004) Prediction of hydration status using multifrequency bioelectrical impedance analysis during exercise and recovery in horses. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol1:199-209. 
  36. Geor RJ, McCutcheon LJ, Ecker GL, Lindinger MI. (2000) Heat storage in horses during submaximal exercise before and after humid heat acclimation. J Appl Physiol 89:2283-2293. 
  37. Forro M, Cieslar S, Ecker GL, Walzak A, Hahn J, Lindinger MI. (2000) Total body water and extracellular fluid volume measured using bioelectrical impedance analysis and indicator dilution techniques in horses. J Appl Physiol 89:663-671. 
  38. Lindinger MI, McCutcheon LJ, Ecker GL, Geor RL. (2000) Heat acclimation improves regulation of plasma volume and plasma Na+ content during exercise in horses. J. Appl. Physiol. 88: 1006-1013. 
  39. McCutcheon LJ, Geor RJ, Ecker GL, Lindinger MI. (1999) Sweating responses of horses during 21 days of heat acclimation. J Appl Physiol 87:1843-1851. 
  40. Lindinger MI. (1999) (Review) Exercise in the heat: thermoregulatory limitations to performance in humans and horses. Can J Appl Physiol 24:135-146.
  41. Wilson JA, Kronfeld DS, Gay LS, Williams JH, Wilson TM, Lindinger MI. (1998) Sarcoplasmic reticulum responses to repeated sprints are affected by conditioning of horses. J Anim Sci76:3065-3071.
  42. Geor RJ, McCutcheon LJ, Lindinger MI. (1996) Adaptations to daily exercise in hot and humid ambient conditions in trained Thoroughbred horses. Equine Vet J 22(suppl):63-69. 
  43. Geor RJ, McCutcheon LJ, Lindinger MI. (1996) Thermoregulation in the exercising horse: physiological adaptations associated with heat acclimation. Equine Athlete 9:14-15.
  44. Maughan RJ, Lindinger MI. (1995) (Review) Preparing for and competing in the heat. Equine Vet. J. (suppl. 20): 8-15.
  45. Lindinger MI, Geor RJ, Ecker GL, McCutcheon LJ. (1995) Plasma volume and ions during exercise in cool dry, hot dry and hot humid conditions. Equine Vet J 20(suppl):133-139.
  46. McCutcheon LJ, Geor RJ, Hare MJ, Ecker GL, Lindinger MI. (1995) Sweating rate and sweat composition during exercise and recovery in ambient heat and humidity. Equine Vet J20(suppl):153-157.
  47. Geor RJ, McCutcheon LJ, Ecker GL, Lindinger MI. (1995) Thermal and cardiorespiratory responses of horses to submaximal exercise under hot and humid conditions. Equine Vet J20(suppl):125-132. 
  48. Ecker GL, Lindinger MI. (1995) Water and ion losses during the cross-country phase of eventing. Equine Vet J 20(suppl):111-119.
  49. Lindinger MI, Ecker GL. (1995) Ion and water losses from extracellular fluid at a 102 mile endurance ride. Equine Vet J 18(suppl):314-322. 
  50. Ecker GL, Lindinger MI. (1995) Effects of terrain, speed, temperature and distance on water and ion losses in endurance horses. Equine Vet J 18(suppl):298-305.
  1. Lindinger MI, Marlin DJ. (1995) (Review) Heat stress and acclimation in the performance horse: where we are and where we are going. Equine Vet Educ 7:256-262. 

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