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Tomlinson, DJ, Erskine, RM, Morse, CI, Pappachan, JM, Sanderson-Gillard, E and Onambélé-Pearson, GL (2021) The combined effects of obesity and ageing on skeletal muscle function and tendon properties in vivo in men. Endocrine. ISSN 1355-008X

Buffey, AJ, Onambélé-Pearson, GL, Erskine, RM and Tomlinson, DJ (2020) The validity and reliability of the Achilles tendon moment arm assessed with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, relative to MRI and ultrasound assessments. Journal of Biomechanics, 116. ISSN 1873-2380

Tomlinson, DJ, Erskine, RM, Morse, CI and Onambélé, G (2018) Impact of Above-Average Proanabolic Nutrients Is Overridden by High Protein and Energy Intake in the Muscle-Tendon Unit Characteristics of Middle- to Older-Aged Adults. The Journal of Nutrition, 148 (11). pp. 1776-1785. ISSN 0022-3166

Erskine, RM, Tomlinson, DJ, Morse, CI, Winwood, K, Hampson, P, Lord, JM and Onambélé, GL (2016) The individual and combined effects of obesity- and ageing-induced systemic inflammation on human skeletal muscle properties. International Journal of Obesity. ISSN 0307-0565

Tomlinson, DJ, Erskine, RM, Morse, CI, Winwood, K and Onambélé-Pearson, G (2015) The impact of obesity on skeletal muscle strength and structure through adolescence to old age. Biogerontology. ISSN 1573-6768

Tomlinson, DJ, Erskine, RM, Winwood, K, Morse, CI and Onambélé, GL (2014) The impact of obesity on skeletal muscle architecture in untrained young vs. old women. Journal of Anatomy, 225 (6). pp. 675-684. ISSN 1469-7580

Tomlinson, DJ, Erskine, RM, Morse, CI, Winwood, K and Onambélé-Pearson, GL (2014) Combined effects of body composition and ageing on joint torque, muscle activation and co-contraction in sedentary women. Age, 36 (3). ISSN 0161-9152

Tomlinson, DJ, Erskine, RM, Winwood, K, Morse, CI and Onambélé, GL (2014) Obesity decreases both whole muscle and fascicle strength in young females but only exacerbates the aging-related whole muscle level asthenia. Physiological Reports, 2 (6). e12030-e12030. ISSN 2051-817X

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