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Siebenmann, C; Cathomen, A; Hug, M; Keiser, S; Lundby, A K; Hilty, M P; Goetze, J P; Rasmussen, P; Lundby, C (2015). Hemoglobin mass and intravascular volume kinetics during and after exposure to 3,454-m altitude. Journal of Applied Physiology, 119(10):1194-1201.

Siebenmann, C; Rasmussen, P; Sørensen, H; Bonne, T C; Zaar, M; Aachmann-Andersen, N J; Nordsborg, N B; Secher, N H; Lundby, C (2015). Hypoxia increases exercise heart rate despite combined inhibition of β-adrenergic and muscarinic receptors. American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 308(12):H1540-H1546.

Siebenmann, C; Rasmussen, P; Sørensen, H; Zaar, M; Hvidtfeldt, M; Pichon, A; Secher, N H; Lundby, C (2015). Cardiac output during exercise: a comparison of four methods. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 25(1):e20-e27.

Siebenmann, C; Robach, P; Jacobs, R A; Rasmussen, P; Nordsborg, N; Diaz, V; Christ, A; Olsen, N V; Maggiorini, M; Lundby, C (2012). "Live high-train low" using normobaric hypoxia: a double-blinded, placebo-controlled study. Journal of Applied Physiology, 112(1):106-117.

Nordsborg, N B; Siebenmann, C; Jacobs, R A; Rasmussen, P; Diaz, V; Robach, P; Lundby, C (2012). Four weeks of normobaric "live high-train low" do not alter muscular or systemic capacity for maintaining pH and K⁺ homeostasis during intense exercise. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985), 112(12):2027-2036.

Bergeron, M F; Bahr, R; Bärtsch, P; Bourdon, L; Calbet, J A L; Carlsen, K H; Castagna, O; González-Alonso, J; Lundby, C; Maughan, R J; Millet, G; Mountjoy, M; Racinais, S; Rasmussen, P; Singh, D G; Subudhi, A W; Young, A J; Soligard, T; Engebretsen, L (2012). International Olympic Committee consensus statement on thermoregulatory and altitude challenges for high-level athletes. British journal of sports medicine, 46(11):770-779.

Rasmussen, P; Wyss, M T; Lundby, C (2011). Cerebral glucose and lactate consumption during cerebral activation by physical activity in humans. FASEB Journal, 25(9):2865-2873.

Bailey, D M; Taudorf, S; Berg, R M G; Lundby, C; Pedersen, B K; Rasmussen, P; Møller, K (2011). Cerebral formation of free radicals during hypoxia does not cause structural damage and is associated with a reduction in mitochondrial PO2; evidence of O2-sensing in humans? Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 31(4):1020-1026.

Jacobs, R A; Rasmussen, P; Siebenmann, C; Díaz, V; Gassmann, M; Pesta, D; Gnaiger, E; Nordsborg, N B; Robach, P; Lundby, C (2011). Determinants of time trial performance and maximal incremental exercise in highly trained endurance athletes. Journal of Applied Physiology, 111(5):1422-1430.

Rasmussen, P; Vedel, J C; Olesen, J; Adser, H; Pedersen, M V; Hart, E; Secher, N H; Pilegaard, H (2011). In humans IL-6 is released from the brain during and after exercise and paralleled by enhanced IL-6 mRNA expression in the hippocampus of mice. Acta Physiologica, 201(4):475-482.

Rasmussen, P; Foged, E M; Krogh-Madsen, R; Nielsen, J; Nielsen, T R; Olsen, N V; Petersen, N C; Sørensen, T A; Secher, N H; Lundby, C (2010). Effects of erythropoietin administration on cerebral metabolism and exercise capacity in men. Journal of Applied Physiology, 109(2):476-483.

Rasmussen, P; Lundby, C (2010). Influence of changes in blood pressure on cerebral oxygenation: role of skin blood flow? Hypertension, 56(1):e1.

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