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2013Alterations in gait speed and age do not fully explain the changes in gait mechanics associated with healthy older womenVanicek, Natalie; Alcock, L; O'Brien, T; Exercise Health and PerformanceAlterations in gait speed and age do not fully explain the changes in gait mechanics associated with healthy older women, Gait and Posture, vol.37, 4, 2013,pp 586-592
2014Biomechanical demands differentiate transitioning vs. continuous stair ascent gait in older womenVanicek, Natalie; Alcock, L; O'Brien, T; Exercise Health and PerformanceBiomechanical demands differentiate transitioning vs. continuous stair ascent gait in older women, Clinical Biomechanics, vol.29, 1, 2014,pp 111-118
2015Biomechanical demands of the 2-step transitional gait cycles linking level gait and stair descent gait in older womenVanicek, Natalie; Alcock, Lisa; O'Brien, T; Exercise Health and PerformanceBiomechanical demands of the 2-step transitional gait cycles linking level gait and stair descent gait in older women, Journal of Biomechanics, vol.48, 16, 2015,pp 4191-4197
2015Dynamic muscle quality of the plantar flexors is impaired in claudicant patients with peripheral arterial disease and associated with poorer walking enduranceVanicek, Natalie; King, Stephanie; O'Brien, T; Exercise Health and PerformanceDynamic muscle quality of the plantar flexors is impaired in claudicant patients with peripheral arterial disease and associated with poorer walking endurance, Journal Of Vascular Surgery, vol.62, 3, 2015,pp 689-697
2016Gastrocnemius muscle architecture and achilles tendon properties influence walking distance in claudicants with peripheral arterial diseaseVanicek, Natalie; King, Stephanie; O'Brien, T; Exercise Health and PerformanceGastrocnemius muscle architecture and achilles tendon properties influence walking distance in claudicants with peripheral arterial disease, Muscle and Nerve, vol.53, 5, 2016,pp 733-741
2017Inhibition of microglial activation with minocycline at the intrathecal level attenuates sympathoexcitatory and proarrhythmogenic changes in rats with chronic temporal lobe epilepsyFarnham, Melissa; Pilowsky, Paul; Bhandare, Amol M.; Braine, E; Casillas-Espinosa, P; Kapoor, Komal; O'Brien, T; Powell, K; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteInhibition of microglial activation with minocycline at the intrathecal level attenuates sympathoexcitatory and proarrhythmogenic changes in rats with chronic temporal lobe epilepsy, Neuroscience, vol.350, N/A, 2017,pp 23-38