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2008Activation of ATP/UTP-selective receptors increases blood flow and blunts sympathetic vasoconstriction in human skeletal muscleRosenmeier, JB; Yegutkin, GG; González-Alonso, J
2015Blood temperature and perfusion to exercising and non-exercising human limbs.González-Alonso, J; Calbet, JA; Boushel, R; Helge, JW; Søndergaard, H; Munch-Andersen, T; van Hall, G; Mortensen, SP; Secher, N
2016Circulating microvesicles: responses to exercise and heat stress, and their impact upon human endothelial cellsWilhelm Neto, Eurico Nestor
2017Common carotid artery diameter, blood flow velocity and wave intensity responses at rest and during exercise in young healthy humans – A reproducibility studyPomella, N; Wilhelm, EN; Kolyva, C; González-Alonso, J; Rakobowchuk, M; Khir, AW
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
2006Effects of blood withdrawal and reinfusion on biomarkers of erythropoiesis in humans: Implications for anti-doping strategiesDamsgaard, R; Munch, T; Mørkeberg, J; Mortensen, SP; González-Alonso, J
2016Exercise intensity modulates the appearance of circulating microvesicles with pro-angiogenic potential upon endothelial cells.Wilhelm, EN; González-Alonso, J; Parris, C; Rakobowchuk, M
2008Haemodynamic responses to exercise, ATP infusion and thigh compression in humans: insight into the role of muscle mechanisms on cardiovascular functionGonzález-Alonso, J; Mortensen, SP; Jeppesen, TD; Ali, L; Barker, H; Damsgaard, R; Secher, NH; Dawson, EA; Dufour, SP
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
2008Restrictions in systemic and locomotor skeletal muscle perfusion, oxygen supply and V(O2) during high-intensity whole-body exercise in humansMortensen, SP; Damsgaard, R; Dawson, EA; Secher, NH; González-Alonso, J
2016Temperature and blood flow distribution in the human leg during passive heat stressChiesa, ST; Trangmar, SJ; González-Alonso, J
2013The thermodynamics of metabolism, cardiovascular performance and exercise, in health and diabetes: The objective of clinical markersKönig, CS; Ramachandran, S; González-Alonso, J; Atherton, MA; Collins, MW
2015The ubiquitous ATP molecule: Could it be the elusive thermal mediator igniting skin perfusion and sweating in the heat-stressed human?González-Alonso, J; Kalsi, KK
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