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2015Dehydration accelerates reductions in cerebral blood flow during prolonged exercise in the heat without compromising brain metabolismTrangmar, SJ; Chiesa, ST; Llodio, I; Garcia, B; Kalsi, K; Secher, NH; González-Alonso, J
2014Dehydration affects cerebral blood flow but not its metabolic rate for oxygen during maximal exercise in trained humansTrangmar, SJ; Chiesa, ST; Stock, CG; Kalsi, KK; Secher, NH; González-Alonso, J
2015Local temperature-sensitive mechanisms are important mediators of limb tissue hyperemia in the heat-stressed human at rest and during small muscle mass exercise.Chiesa, ST; Trangmar, SJ; Kalsi, KK; Rakobowchuk, M; Banker, DS; Lotlikar, MD; Ali, L; González-Alonso, J
2016Mechanisms for the control of local tissue blood flow during thermal interventions: influence of temperature-dependent ATP release from human blood and endothelial cellsKalsi, KK; Chiesa, ST; Trangmar, SJ; Ali, L; Lotlikar, MD; González-Alonso, J
2016Temperature and blood flow distribution in the human leg during passive heat stressChiesa, ST; Trangmar, SJ; González-Alonso, J
2016Whole body hyperthermia, but not skin hyperthermia, accelerates brain and locomotor limb circulatory strain and impairs exercise capacity in humansTrangmar, SJ; Chiesa, ST; Kalsi, KK; Secher, NH; González-Alonso, J
2017Whole-body heat stress and exercise stimulate the appearance of platelet microvesicles in plasma with limited influence of vascular shear stressGonzález-Alonso, J; Chiesa, ST; Trangmar, SJ; Kalsi, KK; Rakobowchuk, M