Reliability of 31P-magnetic resonance spectroscopy during an exhaustive incremental exercise test in children
Barker, A R
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The assessment of muscle metabolism in children is inherently difficult due to the invasive nature of the majority of the procedures. This paper investigated the use of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) as a non-invasive means of measuring muscle metabolism in children. This technique enables a greater understanding of changes in muscle metabolism that occur during the growth and maturation of children that is applicable both to health and exercise sciences. This study provided a foundation for future research using MRS in children. Welford contributed to the design of the study, the data collection/analysis and edited the paper.
European Journal of Applied Physiology
European Journal of Applied Physiology, 98 (6), pp.556-565
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