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articleYANO, T.; OGATA, H.; MATSUURA, R.; ARIMITSU, T.; YUNOKI, T.Comparison of Oxygen Uptake at the Onset of Decrement-Load and Constant-Load Exercise-Physiological Research-2007
articleYano, T.; Uemura, T.; Matsuda, K.-i.; Yamamoto, M.Effect of a MgO interlayer on the structural and magnetic properties of Co[sub 2]Cr[sub 0.6]Fe[sub 0.4]Al thin films epitaxially grown on GaAs substrates-Journal of Applied Physics-15-Mar-2007
articleYano, T., et alEffect of blood lactate level on oxygen uptake at the offset of middle-intensity exercise-Biology of Sport-Sep-2004
article (author version)Yano, T., et alEffect of change in blood volume in skin plus active muscle on heart rate drift during submaximal exercise-Acta Physiologica Hungarica-2008
articleYANO, T., et alEffects of Rate of Decrease in Power Output in Decrement-Load Exercise on Oxygen Uptake-Physiological Research-2007
article (author version)Matsuura, R., et alEffects of resistive load on performance and surface EMG activity during repeated cycling sprints on a non-isokinetic cycle ergometer-British Journal of Sports Medicine-2009
articleYANO, T., et alExcessive oxygen Uptake during Exercise and Recovery in Heavy Exercise-Physiological Research-2007
article (author version)Mikami, S., et alMolecular gas dynamics approaches to interfacial phenomena accompanied with condensation-Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science-Aug-2006
articleYano, T., et alRelation between excessive CO2 expiration and performance in high-intensity exercise-Biology of Sport-Jun-2005
articleYANO, T., et alRelationship between Hyperventilation and Excessive CO2 Output during Recovery from Repeated Cycling Sprints-Physiological Research-2009
articleYANO, T., et alRelationship Between Maximal Oxygen Uptake and Oxygenation Level in Inactive Muscle at Exhaustion in Incremental Exercise in Humans-Physiological Research-2005
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