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    Phenotypically different cells in the nucleus of the solitary tract: expression of group I metabotropic glutamate receptors and activation by baroreflexes
    Physical inactivity induced dysregulation of skeletal muscle and adipose tissue metabolism
    Power Output Is Increased After Phosphorylation of Myofibrillar Proteins in Rat Skinned Cardiac Myocytes
    Preload-induced changes in systolic and diastolic performance in the aged and young murine heart
    Rats selectively-bred for low and high voluntary running: co-selected traits and the effects of voluntary running on the dentate gyrus transcriptome
    Receptor for advanced glycation end-products blockade improves endothelial dependent vascular function in atherosclerotic mice
    A role for insulin in the central control of sympathetic nerve activity in humans
    The role of adipose tissue in the regulation of endothelial function in type 2 diabetes: mechanisms and therapeutic implications
    Role of t-type ca 2+ channels in lymphatic pacemaking
    The role of the age-dependent loss of alpha(E)-catenin in increased acute kidney injury
    Roles of sex and insulin on microvascular exchange function
    Sedentary death syndrome is what researchers now call America's second largest threat to public health
    Self-Aligned Microchip Device for Automated Measurement of Quantal Exocytosis [abstract]
    Sex differences in cardiac structure and function of Zucker diabetic fatty male and female rats
    Small Amounts of α-Myosin Heavy Chain Isoform Expression Significantly Increase Power Output of Rat Cardiac Myocyte Fragments
    A study of the chemistry of nerve degeneration
    Thick filament regulation of myocardial contraction
    The transient receptor potential vanilloid 4 ion channel and calcium homeostasis in cardiomyocytes of aged mice
    Vascular dysfunction and insulin stimulated blood flow : impact of physical inactivity and type 2 diabetes
    Vascular smooth muscle metabolism and pyruvate dehydrogenase