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2012Age-related differences in the neural regulation of stretch-shortening cycle activities in male youths.Lloyd, R.S.; Oliver, Jon; Hughes, Michael G; Williams, C.A.
2008AMPK inactivation in mononuclear intracellular mechanism for exercise-induced immunosuppression.Moir, H.; Butcher, L.; Jones, K.P.; Hughes, Michael G; Neale, H.; Jia, H.; Al-Ismaily, Z.; Webb, R.
1-Nov-2002Caffeine is ergogenic after supplementation of oral creatine monohydrateHughes, Michael G; Davison, R; Doherty, M; Smith, Paul
1-Jul-2004Caffeine lowers perceptual response and increases power output during high-intensity cyclingHughes, Michael G; Davison, R; Doherty, M; Smith, Paul
2010Concentrations of salivary testosterone, cortisol and immunoglobulin A following supra-maximal exercise in female adolescents.Thomas, N.; Leyshon, A.; Hughes, Michael G; Davies, B.; Graham, M.R.; Bulloch, J.M.; Baker, J.S.
2011Development of a soccer simulation protocol to include repeated sprints and agility.Stone, K.J.; Oliver, Jon; Hughes, Michael G; Stembridge, M.R.; Newcombe, D.J.; Meyers, R.W.
2009The effect of anaerobic exercise on salivary cortisol, testosterone and immunoglobin (A) in boys aged 15-16 years.Thomas, N.; Leyshon, A.; Hughes, Michael G; Davies, B.; Graham, M.; Baker, J.S.
2008The effect of warm-up on high-intensity, intermittent running using non-motorised treadmill ergometry.Brown, P.; Hughes, Michael G; Tong, Richard
2008The effects of warm-up on repeated sprint ability using non-motorised treadmill.Tong, Richard; Brown, P.I.; Hughes, Michael G
2012Exercise-associated generation of PPARĪ³ ligands activates PPARĪ³ signalling events and upregulates genes related to lipid metabolism.Thomas, A.W.; Davies, N.A.; Moir, H.; Watkeys, L.; Ruffino, J.S.; Isa, S.A.; Butcher, L.R.; Hughes, Michael G; Morris, K; Webb, R.
2010Exercise-induced immunosuppression: roles of reactive oxygen species and 5-AMP-activated protein kinase dephosphorylation within immune cells.Moir, H.; Hughes, Michael G; Potter, S.; Sims, C.; Butcher, L.; Davies, N.; Verheggen, K.; Jones, K.P.; Thomas, A.; Webb, R.
2009Expression and activation of the 5'AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in exercising and energy-depleted cells: an investigation into the molecular basis underpinning exercise-induced immunosuppressionJones, Ken; Hughes, Michael G; Moir, Hannah Jayne
2010Football-specific evaluation of player-surface interaction on different football turf systems.Potthast, W.; Verhelst, R.; Hughes, Michael G; Stone, K.; DeClercq, D.
2011The influence of chronological age on periods of accelerated adaptation of stretch-shortening cycle performance in pre- and post-pubescent boys.Lloyd, R.S.; Oliver, Jon; Hughes, Michael G; Williams, C.A.
1-Nov-2001Rating of perceived exertion during high-intensity treadmill runningHughes, Michael G; Collins, D; Doherty, M; Smith, Paul
2009Reliability and validity of field-based measures of leg stiffness and reactive strength index in youths.Lloyd, R.S.; Oliver, Jon; Hughes, Michael G; Williams, C.A.
1-Nov-2006Reliability of repeated sprint activity in non-motorised treadmill ergometryHughes, Michael G; Doherty, M; Reilly, T; Tong, Richard
1-Jan-2007A reliability study of a real-time and lapsed-time application for rugby unionWilliams, Jason; Davies, G.; Hughes, Michael G; O'Donoghue, Peter
2011Specificity of test selection for the appropriate assessment of different measures of stretch-shortening cycle function in children.Lloyd, R.S.; Oliver, Jon; Hughes, Michael G; Williams, C.A.
1-Oct-2002Statistical methods for analysing discrete categorical data recorded in performance analysisCooper, Steve; Atkinson, G.; Hughes, Michael G; Nevill, A.M.
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