Human Physiology

- Human Physiology

  1. Taylor NAS, Notley SR, Lindinger MI. (2021) Heat adaptation in humans: extrapolating from basic to applied science. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 121(4): 1237-1238.
  2. Lindinger MI, Cairns SP. Regulation of muscle potassium: Exercise performance, fatigue and health implications. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 121: 721–748.
  3. Taylor NAS, Notley SR, Lindinger MI. Heat adaptation in humans: the significance of controlled and regulated variables for experimental design and interpretation. European Journal of Applied Physiology 120: 2583–2595.
  4. Taylor NAS, Shephard RJ, Lindinger MI. Foundational insights into the estimation of whole-body metabolic rate. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2018 118: 867-864.
  5. Lindinger MI, Heigenhauser GJF. (2012) Effects of gas exchange on acid-base balance. Compr Physiol 2:2203-2254. doi: 10.1002/cphy.c100055.
  6. Stickland MK, Lindinger MI, Olfert IM, Heigenhauser GJF, Hopkins SR. (2013) Pulmonary gas exchange and acid‐base balance during exercise. Compr Physiol 3:693-739. doi: 10.1002/cphy.c110048.
  7. Lindinger MI. (2011) Molecular mechanisms of exercise physiology: acidosis. In Encyclopedia of Exercise Medicine in Health and Disease. Mooren FC, Skinner JS, eds. Springer.    
  8. Lindinger MI. (2009) Skeletal muscle fatigue. In Exercise Physiology: From a Cellular to an Integrative Approach. Connes P, Hue O, Perrey S, eds. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOP Press, pp. 37-50.
  9. Lindinger MI, Heigenhauser GJF, Lands LC, McKelvie RS, Hultman E, Spriet LL, Putman CT, Jones NL. (2008) Origins of arterial and femoral venous acid-base responses during moderate intensity bicycling exercise after glycogen depletion in men. Equine Comp Exerc Physiol 4:123-143.
  10. Lindinger MI. (2006) Letter to the editor: point-counterpoint. Lactic acid accumulation is an advantage/disadvantage during muscle activity. J Appl Physiol 100:2100-2002.
  11. Whipp B, Lindinger MI. (2008) The anaerobic threshold: fact or misinterpretation? In Physiological Bases of Human Performance during Work and Exercise. Taylor NAS, Groeller H, eds. Toronto, ON: Churchill, Livingston, Elsevier, Toronto, New York.
  12. Miller BF, Lindinger MI, Fattor JA, Jacobs KA, Leblanc PJ, Duong M, Heigenhauser GJ, Brooks GA. (2005) Hematological and acid-base changes in men during prolonged exercise with and without sodium-lactate infusion. J Appl Physiol 98:856-865.
  13. Lindinger MI, Grudzien SP. (2003) Exercise-induced changes in plasma composition increase erythrocyte Na+, K+-ATPase, but not Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporter, activity to stimulate net and unidirectional K+ transport. J Physiol 553:587-597.
  14. Lindinger MI. (2003) Exercise: a paradigm for multi-system control of acid-base state. J Physiol 550:334.
  15. Miller BF, Fattor JA, Jacobs KA, Horning MA, Navazio F, Lindinger MI, Brooks GA. (2002) Lactate and glucose interactions during rest and exercise in men: effect of exogenous lactate infusion. J Physiol 544:963-975.
  16. Lindinger MI, Lands LC, Pedersen PK, Welsh DG, Heigenhauser GJF. (2000) NaHCO3 and KHCO3 ingestion rapidly increases renal electrolyte excretion in humans. J Appl Physiol88:540-550.
  17. Lindinger MI, Horn PL, Grudzien SP. (1999) Exercise-induced stimulation of K+ transport in human erythrocytes. J Appl Physiol 87:2157-2167.
  18. Lindinger MI. (1995) (Review) Potassium regulation during exercise and recovery in humans: implications for skeletal and cardiac muscle. J Mol Cell Cardiol 27:1011-1022.
  19. Lindinger MI, McKelvie RS, Heigenhauser GJF. (1995) (Review) Potassium and lactate distribution in humans during intense exercise: role in muscle fatigue attenuation? J Appl Physiol78:765-777.
  20. Lindinger MI, Spriet LL, Hultman E, Putman T, McKelvie RS, Lands LC, Jones NL, Heigenhauser GJF. (1994) Plasma volume and ion regulation during exercise after low- and high-carbohydrate diets. Am J Physiol 266:R1896-R1906.
  21. Lindinger MI.(1994) Potassium regulation during exercise in humans.InProceedings: International Society for Heart Research, XV European Section Meeting. Haunso S, Kjeldsen K, eds. Bologna, Italy: Monduzzi Editore, pp. 127-134.
  22. Putman CT, Spriet LL, Hultman E, Lindinger MI, Lands LC, McKelvie RS, Cederblad G, Jones NL, Heigenhauser GJF. (1993) Pyruvate dehydrogenase activity and acetyl-group accumulation during exercise after different diets.  Am J Physiol 265:E752-E760.
  23. Lindinger MI, Graham TE, Spriet LL. (1993) Caffeine attenuates the exercise induced increase in plasma [K+] in humans. J Appl Physiol 74:1149-1155.
  24. McKelvie RS, Lindinger MI, Heigenhauser GJF, Jones NL. (1992) Erythrocyte ion regulation across inactive muscle during leg exercise. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 70:1625-1633.
  25. Lindinger MI, Heigenhauser GJF, McKelvie RS, Jones NL. (1992) Blood ion regulation during repeated maximal exercise and recovery in humans. Am J Physiol 262:R126-R136.
  26. McKelvie RS, Lindinger MI, Heigenhauser GJF, Sutton JR, Jones NL. (1991) Contribution of erythrocytes to the control of the electrolyte changes of exercise. Can J Physiol Pharmacol69:984-993.
  27. Lindinger MI, Sjogaard G. (1991) (Review) Potassium regulation during exercise and recovery. Sports Med 11:382-401.
  28. Heigenhauser GJF, Jones NL, Kowalchuk JM, Lindinger MI. (1990) The role of physico-chemical systems in plasma in acid-base control in exercise. In: Biochemistry of Exercise VII, edited by AW Taylor, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, pp. 359-374.
  29. McKelvie RS, Lindinger MI, Heigenhauser GJF, Sutton JR, Jones NL. (1989) Renal responses to exercise-induced lactic acidosis. Am J Physiol 257:R102-R108.
  30. Spriet LL, Lindinger MI, McKelvie RS, Heigenhauser GJF, Jones NL. (1989) Muscle glycogenolysis and H+ concentration during maximal intermittent cycling. J Appl Physiol 66:8-13.
  31. Kowalchuk JM, Heigenhauser GJF, Lindinger MI, Sutton JR, Jones NL. (1988) Factors influencing hydrogen ion concentration in muscle following intense exercise. J Appl Physiol65:2080-2089.
  1. Kowalchuk JM, Heigenhauser GJF, Lindinger MI, Obminski G, Sutton JR, Jones NL. (1988) Role of lungs and inactive muscles in acid-base control after maximal exercise. J Appl Physiol65:2090-2096.

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