Human experimentation: no accurate, quantitative data?

@article{Rowell2007HumanEN,
  title={Human experimentation: no accurate, quantitative data?},
  author={Loring B. Rowell},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={102 3},
  pages={
          837-40
        }
}
This Viewpoint addresses two issues in comparing data from humans and animals in studies of cardiovascular physiology: 1) accuracy of methods and 2) limits in extrapolating data from one species to another. You are invited to submit a brief commentary on this Viewpoint, which will be reviewed by Journal of Applied Physiology editors for possible publication in the Journal. Please limit your comment to 250 words and 5 peer-reviewed published references. IN A RECENT POINT:COUNTERPOINT debate in… CONTINUE READING

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