Effects of dynamic exercise on mean blood velocity and muscle interstitial metabolite responses in humans

@inproceedings{Lott2001EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of dynamic exercise on mean blood velocity and muscle interstitial metabolite responses in humans},
  author={Mary Elizabeth Lott and Cynthia S. Hogeman and Lillian E. Vickery and Allen R Kunselman and Lawrence I. Sinoway and David A. Maclean},
  year={2001}
}
We examined the effects of dynamic one-legged knee extension exercise on mean blood velocity (MBV) and muscle interstitial metabolite concentrations in healthy young subjects (n = 7). Femoral MBV (... 

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