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Speretta, G, Fornasiero, A, Johns, J, Hopkins, ND, Thijssen, DHJ and Low, DA (2021) Effects of breaking up deskwork with physical activity accompanied with tea consumption on cerebrovascular function, mood, and affect. International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences, 34 (6). pp. 644-653. ISSN 2359-4802

Kleinnibbelink, G, van Dijk, APJ, Fornasiero, A, Speretta, GF, Johnson, C, Sculthorpe, N, George, KP, Somauroo, JD, Thijssen, DHJ and Oxborough, DL (2021) Acute Exercise-Induced Changes in Cardiac Function Relates to Right Ventricular Remodeling Following 12-weeks Hypoxic Exercise Training. Journal of Applied Physiology (1985). ISSN 8750-7587

Callovini, A, Fornasiero, A, Savoldelli, A, Stella, F, Low, DA, Pellegrini, B, Schena, F and Bortolan, L (2021) Effects of three-exercise sessions in the heat on endurance cycling performance. Journal of Thermal Biology, 98. ISSN 0306-4565

Zignoli, A, Fornasiero, A, Rota, P, Muollo, V, Peyre-Tartaruga, LA, Low, DA, Fontana, FY, Besson, D, Puhringer, M, Ring-Dimitriou, S and Mourot, L (2021) Oxynet: A collective intelligence that detects ventilatory thresholds in cardiopulmonary exercise tests. European Journal of Sport Science. ISSN 1746-1391

Kleinnibbelink, G, van Dijk, APJ, Fornasiero, A, Speretta, GF, Johnson, C, Hopman, MTE, Sculthorpe, N, George, KP, Somauroo, JD, Thijssen, DHJ and Oxborough, DL (2020) Exercise-induced cardiac fatigue after a 45-minute bout of high-intensity running exercise is not altered under hypoxia. Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography. ISSN 0894-7317

Kleinnibbelink, G, Stens, N, Fornasiero, A, Speretta, G, van Dijk, A, Low, DA, Oxborough, D and Thijssen, DHJ (2020) The Acute and Chronic Effects of High-Intensity Exercise in Hypoxia on Blood Pressure and Post-Exercise Hypotension: a randomized cross-over trial. Medicine, 99 (39). e22411. ISSN 0025-7974

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