Nicolas Place

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Dynamic MR imaging of the skeletal muscle in young and senior volunteers during synchronized minimal neuromuscular electrical stimulation.
Deligianni X., Klenk C., Place N., Garcia M., Pansini M., Hirschmann A., Schmidt-Trucksäss A., Bieri O., Santini F., 2020/06. Magma, 33 (3) pp. 393-400. Peer-reviewed.
 
Quantification of Neuromuscular Fatigue: What Do We Do Wrong and Why?
Place N., Millet G.Y., 2020/03. Sports medicine, 50 (3) pp. 439-447. Peer-reviewed.
 
Potentiation of the first and second phases of the M wave after maximal voluntary contractions in the biceps brachii muscle.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Vieira T., Place N., Botter A., 2019/10. Medical & biological engineering & computing, 57 (10) pp. 2231-2244. Peer-reviewed.
 
Three weeks of sprint interval training improved high-intensity cycling performance and limited ryanodine receptor modifications in recreationally active human subjects.
Schlittler M., Neyroud D., Tanga C., Zanou N., Kamandulis S., Skurvydas A., Kayser B., Westerblad H., Place N., Andersson D.C., 2019/09. European journal of applied physiology, 119 (9) pp. 1951-1958. Peer-reviewed.
 
Neuromuscular evaluation of arm-cycling repeated sprints under hypoxia and/or blood flow restriction.
Peyrard A., Willis S.J., Place N., Millet G.P., Borrani F., Rupp T., 2019/07. European journal of applied physiology, 119 (7) pp. 1533-1545. Peer-reviewed.
 
Neuromuscular adaptations to wide-pulse high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation training.
Neyroud D., Gonzalez M., Mueller S., Agostino D., Grosprêtre S., Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., Place N., 2019/05. European journal of applied physiology, 119 (5) pp. 1105-1116. Peer-reviewed.
 
Toxic doses of caffeine are needed to increase skeletal muscle contractility.
Neyroud D., Cheng A.J., Donnelly C., Bourdillon N., Gassner A.L., Geiser L., Rudaz S., Kayser B., Westerblad H., Place N., 2019/02/01. American journal of physiology. Cell physiology, 316 (2) pp. C246-C251. Peer-reviewed.
 
Sarcolemmal membrane excitability during repeated intermittent maximal voluntary contractions.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2019/01. Experimental physiology, 104 (1) pp. 136-148. Peer-reviewed.
 
Clinical Use of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation for Neuromuscular Rehabilitation: What Are We Overlooking?
Maffiuletti N.A., Gondin J., Place N., Stevens-Lapsley J., Vivodtzev I., Minetto M.A., 2018/04. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 99 (4) pp. 806-812. Peer-reviewed.
 
Determinants, analysis and interpretation of the muscle compound action potential (M wave) in humans: implications for the study of muscle fatigue.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2018/03. European journal of applied physiology, 118 (3) pp. 501-521. Peer-reviewed.
 
Molecular Basis for Exercise-Induced Fatigue: The Importance of Strictly Controlled Cellular Ca<sup>2+</sup> Handling.
Cheng A.J., Place N., Westerblad H., 2018/02/01. Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine, 8 (2) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
Effect of hypnotic suggestion on knee extensor neuromuscular properties in resting and fatigued states
Dittrich N., Agostino D., Antonini Philippe R., Guglielmo LGA, Place N., 2018. PloS one, 13 (4) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
End-of-Fiber Signals Strongly Influence the First and Second Phases of the M Wave in the <i>Vastus Lateralis</i>: Implications for the Study of Muscle Excitability.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2018. Frontiers in physiology, 9 p. 162. Peer-reviewed.
 
Short vs. long pulses for testing knee extensor neuromuscular properties: does it matter?
Giroux C., Roduit B., Rodriguez-Falces J., Duchateau J., Maffiuletti N.A., Place N., 2018. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 118 (2) pp. 361-369. Peer-reviewed.
 
Test-retest reliability of wide-pulse high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation evoked force.
Neyroud D., Grosprêtre S., Gondin J., Kayser B., Place N., 2018. Muscle & Nerve, 57 (1) pp. E70-E77. Peer-reviewed.
 
Muscle excitability during sustained maximal voluntary contractions by a separate analysis of the M-wave phases.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2017/12. Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports, 27 (12) pp. 1761-1775. Peer-reviewed.
Specific brain activation patterns associated with two neuromuscular electrical stimulation protocols.
Wegrzyk J., Ranjeva J.P., Fouré A., Kavounoudias A., Vilmen C., Mattei J.P., Guye M., Maffiuletti N.A., Place N., Bendahan D. et al., 2017/06/02. Scientific reports, 7 (1) p. 2742. Peer-reviewed.
 
Different recoveries of the first and second phases of the M-wave after intermittent maximal voluntary contractions.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2017/04. European journal of applied physiology, 117 (4) pp. 607-618. Peer-reviewed.
 
Plantar flexor muscle weakness and fatigue in spastic cerebral palsy patients.
Neyroud D., Armand S., De Coulon G., Sarah R Dias Da Silva, Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., Place N., 2017/02. Research in developmental disabilities, 61 pp. 66-76. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effects of glenoid inclination and acromion index on humeral head translation and glenoid articular cartilage strain.
Engelhardt C., Farron A., Becce F., Place N., Pioletti D.P., Terrier A., 2017/01. Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery, 26 (1) pp. 157-164. Peer-reviewed.
Intramuscular Contributions to Low-Frequency Force Potentiation Induced by a High-Frequency Conditioning Stimulation.
Cheng A.J., Neyroud D., Kayser B., Westerblad H., Place N., 2017. Frontiers in Physiology, 8 p. 712. Peer-reviewed.
Intramuscular Contributions to Low-Frequency Force Potentiation Induced by a High-Frequency Conditioning Stimulation.
Cheng A.J., Neyroud D., Kayser B., Westerblad H., Place N., 2017. Frontiers in physiology, 8 p. 712. Peer-reviewed.
 
Neuromuscular Fatigue After Repeated Jumping With Concomitant Electrical Stimulation.
Neyroud D., Samararatne J., Kayser B., Place N., 2017. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12 (10) pp. 1335-1340. Peer-reviewed.
 
New insights into the potentiation of the first and second phases of the M-wave after voluntary contractions in the quadriceps muscle
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2017/01. Muscle & nerve, 55 (1) pp. 35-45. Peer-reviewed.
Are There Critical Fatigue Thresholds? Aggregated vs. Individual Data
Neyroud D., Kayser B., Place N., 2016/08. Frontiers in physiology, 7 pp. NA.
 
Differences in the recruitment curves obtained with monopolar and bipolar electrode configurations in the quadriceps femoris.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2016/06. Muscle & nerve, 54 (1) pp. 118-131. Peer-reviewed.
 
Wide-pulse-high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation in cerebral palsy.
Neyroud D., Armand S., De Coulon G., Da Silva SRD, Wegrzyk J., Gondin J., Kayser B., Place N., 2016/02. Clinical neurophysiology, 127 (2) pp. 1530-1539. Peer-reviewed.
Effects of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Training on Endurance Performance
Veldman M.P., Gondin J., Place N., Maffiuletti N.A., 2016. Frontiers in physiology, 7 p. 544. Peer-reviewed.
Movement-Related Cortical Potential Amplitude Reduction after Cycling Exercise Relates to the Extent of Neuromuscular Fatigue.
Spring J.N., Place N., Borrani F., Kayser B., Barral J., 2016. Frontiers In Human Neuroscience, 10 (135) p. 257. Peer-reviewed.
Muscle Fatigue Affects the Interpolated Twitch Technique When Assessed Using Electrically-Induced Contractions in Human and Rat Muscles
Neyroud D., Cheng A.J., Bourdillon N., Kayser B., Place N., Westerblad H., 2016. Frontiers In Physiology, 7 p. 252.
 
Wide-pulse-high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation in cerebral palsy.
Neyroud D., Armand S., De Coulon G., Da Silva S.R., Wegrzyk J., Gondin J., Kayser B., Place N., 2016. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology, 127 (2) pp. 1530-1539. Peer-reviewed.
 
Commentaries on Viewpoint: Inappropriate interpretation of surface EMG signals and muscle fiber characteristics impedes understanding of the control of neuromuscular function.
Neyroud D., Kayser B., Place N., 2015/12/15. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985), 119 (12) p. 1519.
 
Ryanodine receptor fragmentation and sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ leak after one session of high-intensity interval exercise.
Place N., Ivarsson N., Venckunas T., Neyroud D., Brazaitis M., Cheng A.J., Ochala J., Kamandulis S., Girard S., Volungevičius G. et al., 2015/12. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112 (50) pp. 15492-15497. Peer-reviewed.
The increase in hydric volume is associated to contractile impairment in the calf after the world's most extreme mountain ultra-marathon.
Vitiello D., Degache F., Saugy J.J., Place N., Schena F., Millet G.P., 2015/10. Extreme Physiology and Medicine, 4 p. 18. Peer-reviewed.
 
Influence of inter-electrode distance, contraction type, and muscle on the relationship between the sEMG power spectrum and contraction force.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Neyroud D., Place N., 2015/03. European journal of applied physiology, 115 (3) pp. 627-638. Peer-reviewed.
 
Assessment of quadriceps muscle inactivation with a new electrical stimulation paradigm.
Wellauer V., Morf C., Minetto M.A., Place N., Maffiuletti N.A., 2015. Muscle and Nerve, 51 (1) pp. 117-124. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comparison of electrical nerve stimulation, electrical muscle stimulation and magnetic nerve stimulation to assess the neuromuscular function of the plantar flexor muscles.
Neyroud D., Temesi J., Millet G.Y., Verges S., Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., Place N., 2015. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115 (7) pp. 1429-1439. Peer-reviewed.
 
Extra Forces induced by wide-pulse, high-frequency electrical stimulation: Occurrence, magnitude, variability and underlying mechanisms.
Wegrzyk J., Fouré A., Vilmen C., Ghattas B., Maffiuletti N.A., Mattei J.P., Place N., Bendahan D., Gondin J., 2015. Clinical Neurophysiology, 126 (7) pp. 1400-1412. Peer-reviewed.
 
Power spectral changes of the superimposed M wave during isometric voluntary contractions of increasing strength.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2015. Muscle and Nerve, 51 (4) pp. 580-591. Peer-reviewed.
Responders to Wide-Pulse, High-Frequency Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Show Reduced Metabolic Demand: A 31P-MRS Study in Humans.
Wegrzyk J., Fouré A., Le Fur Y., Maffiuletti N.A., Vilmen C., Guye M., Mattei J.P., Place N., Bendahan D., Gondin J., 2015. PLoS One, 10 (11) pp. e0143972. Peer-reviewed.
 
Twitch potentia induced by two different modalities of neuromuscular electrical stimulation: implications for motor unit recruitment.
Dias Da Silva Sarah Regina, Neyroud Daria, Maffiuletti Nicola A., Gondin Julien, Place Nicolas, 2015. Muscle and Nerve, 51 (3) pp. 412-418. Peer-reviewed.
 
Muscle fatigue induced by repeated squat jumps realized with or without neuromuscular electrical stimulation
19th annual congress of the European College os Sport Science Amsterdam (eds.), 2014/07..
 
Effects of muscle fibre shortening on the characteristics of surface motor unit potentials.
Rodriguez-Falces J, Place N, 2014/02. Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, 52 (2) pp. 95-107. Peer-reviewed.
 
A new paradigm of neuromuscular electrical stimulation for the quadriceps femoris muscle.
Maffiuletti N.A., Vivodtzev I., Minetto M.A., Place N., 2014. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (6) pp. 1197-1205. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comparison of the power spectral changes of the voluntary surface electromyogram and M wave during intermittent maximal voluntary contractions.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Izquierdo M., González-Izal M., Place N., 2014. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (9) pp. 1943-1954. Peer-reviewed.
Electromyographic, cerebral, and muscle hemodynamic responses during intermittent, isometric contractions of the biceps brachii at three submaximal intensities.
Bhambhani Y., Fan J.L., Place N., Rodriguez-Falces J., Kayser B., 2014. Frontiers in Physiology, 5 p. 190. Peer-reviewed.
 
The effect of muscle fatigue on stimulus intensity requirements for central and peripheral fatigue quantification.
Neyroud D., Vallotton A., Millet G.Y., Kayser B., Place N., 2014. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (1) pp. 205-215.
 
Wide-pulse-high-frequency neuromuscular stimulation of triceps surae induces greater muscle fatigue compared with conventional stimulation.
Neyroud D., Dodd D., Gondin J., Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., Place N., 2014. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116 (10) pp. 1281-1289. Peer-reviewed.
Alterations of Neuromuscular Function after the World's Most Challenging Mountain Ultra-Marathon.
Saugy J., Place N., Millet G.Y., Degache F., Schena F., Millet G.P., 2013. PLoS One, 8 (6) pp. e65596.
 
Comparison of neuromuscular adjustments associated with sustained isometric contractions of four different muscle groups.
Neyroud D., Rüttimann J., Mannion A.F., Millet G.Y., Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., Place N., 2013. Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (10) pp. 1426-1434.
 
Doublet discharge stimulation increases sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ release and improves performance during fatiguing contractions in mouse muscle fibres.
Cheng A.J., Place N., Bruton J.D., Holmberg H.C., Westerblad H., 2013. Journal of Physiology, 591 (Pt 15) pp. 3739-3748.
 
Effects of a short proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching bout on quadriceps neuromuscular function, flexibility, and vertical jump performance.
Place N., Blum Y., Armand S., Maffiuletti N.A., Behm D.G., 2013. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27 (2) pp. 463-470.
 
Neuromuscular fatigue induced by repeated Wingate tests
Place N., Girard S., Ivarsson N., Cheng A.J., Neyroud D., Mekideche A., Truffert A., Westerblad H., 2013. dans 18th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Barcelona (Spain).
 
Neuromuscular fatigue induced by whole-body vibration exercise
Maffiuletti N.A., Saugy J., Cardinale M., Micallef J.P., Place N., 2013. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 113 (6) pp. 1625-1634.
 
Recruitment order of quadriceps motor units: femoral nerve vs. direct quadriceps stimulation.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Place N., 2013. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 113 (12) pp. 3069-3077. Peer-reviewed.
 
Spatial distribution of motor units recruited during electrical stimulation of the quadriceps muscle versus the femoral nerve.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Maffiuletti N.A., Place N., 2013. Muscle and Nerve, 48 (5) pp. 752-761. Peer-reviewed.
 
Twitch and M-wave potentiation induced by intermittent maximal voluntary quadriceps contractions: Differences between direct quadriceps and femoral nerve stimulation.
Rodriguez-Falces J., Maffiuletti N.A., Place N., 2013. Muscle and Nerve, 48 (6) pp. 920-929. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comparison of M-wave and twitch recruitment curves resulting from muscle vs. nerve stimulation of the quadriceps muscle.
Place N., Rodríguez J., Maffiuletti N.A., 2012. p. 491 dans 17th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Bruges (Belgium).
 
Mechanisms of fatigue and task failure induced by sustained submaximal contractions.
Neyroud D., Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., Place N., 2012. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44 (7) pp. 1243-1251.
 
New field test to track changes of flatwater paddling performance: a preliminary study.
Place N., Billat V., 2012. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 115 (3) pp. 933-936.
 
Separating central from peripheral determinants of muscle fatigue and exhaustion.
Place N., Neyroud D., Maffiuletti N.A., Kayser B., 2012. pp. PC52 dans The Biomedical Basis of Elite Performance conference, London (UK), Proceedings of The Physiological Society.
 
Explaining task failure from sustained submaximal isometric contractions.
Place N., Neyroud D., Kayser B., 2011. dans Annual Meeting of the American College of Sport Medicine, Denver (USA).
 
Neuromuscular fatigue differs following unilateral vs bilateral sustained submaximal contractions.
Matkowski B., Place N., Martin A., Lepers R., 2011. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 21 (2) pp. 268-276.
 
Response to letter to the editor by T. D. Noakes.
Matkowski B., Place N., Martin A., Lepers R., 2011. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 21 (3) p. 492.
 
Apports de la fibre intacte isolée dans la compréhension des mécanismes de la fatigue mise en évidence chez l'homme.
Place N., 2010. Science et Motricité, 2 (70) pp. 5-11.
 
Comparison of quadriceps inactivation between nerve and muscle stimulation.
Place N., Casartelli N., Glatthorn J.F., Maffiuletti N.A., 2010. Muscle and Nerve, 42 (6) pp. 894-900.
 
Limitation of performance and the brain: simply more complex.
Place N., Kayser B., 2010. Journal of Applied Physiology, 108 (2) pp. 463; author reply 469.
 
Mechanisms of skeletal muscle weakness
Westerblad H., Place N., Yamada T., 2010. pp. 279-296 dans Rassier D.E. (eds.) Muscle biophysics: from molecules to cells, Springer.
 
Muscle fatigue: from observations in humans to underlying mechanisms studied in intact single muscle fibres.
Place N., Yamada T., Bruton J.D., Westerblad H., 2010. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 110 (1) pp. 1-15.
 
Twitch interpolation technique: nerve vs. muscle stimulation.
Place N., Casartelli N., Glatthorn J.F., Maffiuletti N.A., 2010. dans 2ème congrès annuel de la Société Suisse des Sciences du Sport, Zurich.
 
Twitch interpolation technique: nerve vs. muscle stimulation.
Place N., Casartelli N., Glatthorn J.F., Maffiuletti N.A., 2010. dans XVIIIth International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology Congress, Aalborg (Danemark).
 
Go rinse your mouth: a novel way to improve endurance performance?
Place N., 2009. Journal of Physiology, 587 (Pt 11) pp. 2425-2426.
 
High temperature does not alter fatigability in intact mouse skeletal muscle fibres.
Place N., Yamada T., Zhang S.J., Westerblad H., Bruton J.D., 2009. Journal of Physiology, 587 (Pt 19) pp. 4717-4724.
 
Impaired myofibrillar function in the soleus muscle of mice with collagen-induced arthritis.
Yamada T., Place N., Kosterina N., Ostberg T., Zhang S.J., Grundtman C., Erlandsson-Harris H., Lundberg I.E., Glenmark B., Bruton J.D. et al., 2009. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 60 (11) pp. 3280-3289.
 
Mechanisms of fatigue induced by isometric contractions in exercising humans and in mouse isolated single muscle fibres.
Place N., Bruton J.D., Westerblad H., 2009. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, 36 (3) pp. 334-339.
 
Unchanged H-reflex during a sustained isometric submaximal plantar flexion performed with an EMG biofeedback.
Place N., Duclay J., Lepers R., Martin A., 2009. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 19 (6) pp. e395-e402.
 
Interpolated twitches in fatiguing single mouse muscle fibres: implications for the assessment of central fatigue.
Place N., Yamada T., Bruton J.D., Westerblad H., 2008. Journal of Physiology, 586 (Pt 11) pp. 2799-2805.
 
Is interstitial K+ accumulation a key factor in the fatigue process under physiological conditions?
Place N., 2008. Journal of Physiology, 586 (4) pp. 1207-8; author reply 1209.
 
Nonshivering thermogenesis protects against defective calcium handling in muscle.
Aydin J., Shabalina I.G., Place N., Reiken S., Zhang S.J., Bellinger A.M., Nedergaard J., Cannon B., Marks A.R., Bruton J.D. et al., 2008. FASEB Journal, 22 (11) pp. 3919-3924.
 
Reactive oxygen species and fatigue-induced prolonged low-frequency force depression in skeletal muscle fibres of rats, mice and SOD2 overexpressing mice.
Bruton J.D., Place N., Yamada T., Silva J.P., Andrade F.H., Dahlstedt A.J., Zhang S.J., Katz A., Larsson N.G., Westerblad H., 2008. Journal of Physiology, 586 (1) pp. 175-184.
 
The twitch interpolation technique may overestimate central fatigue
Place N., Yamada T., Bruton J.D., Westerblad H., 2008. pp. S191 dans Annual Meeting of the American College of Sport Medicine, Indianapolis (USA), Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
 
Assessment of the reliability of central and peripheral fatigue after sustained maximal voluntary contraction of the quadriceps muscle.
Place N., Maffiuletti N.A., Martin A., Lepers R., 2007. Muscle and Nerve, 35 (4) pp. 486-495.
 
Neuromuscular fatigue differs with biofeedback type when performing a submaximal contraction.
Place N., Martin A., Ballay Y., Lepers R., 2007. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 17 (3) pp. 253-263.
 
The underlying mechanisms of delayed force recovery from fatigue are dependent on reactive oxygen species metabolism in skeletal muscle fibres.
Place N., Yamada T., Bruton J.D., Westerblad H., 2007. pp. PTH09-70 dans Federation of European Physiological Societies Meeting. Bratislava (Slovakia), Acta Physiologica.
 
Activation pattern differs between mono- and bi-articular muscles during a sustained contraction with EMG biofeedback
Place N., Martin A., Duclay J., Lepers R., 2006. dans 11th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Lausanne.
 
Changes in neuromuscular function after tasks involving control of EMG versus torque feedback of the same duration.
Place N., Martin A., Lepers R., 2006. Neuroscience Letters, 394 (1) pp. 37-41.
 
Synergists activation pattern of the quadriceps muscle differs when performing sustained isometric contractions with different EMG biofeedback.
Place N., Matkowski B., Martin A., Lepers R., 2006. Experimental Brain Research, 174 (4) pp. 595-603.
 
Endurance time is greater when maintaining a constant-EMG task compared with a constant-torque task
Place N., Martin A., Lepers R., 2005. dans 10th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Belgrade (Serbia).
 
Time course of central and peripheral fatigue differs when maintaining a constant-EMG task vs. a constant-torque task.
Place N., Martin A., Lepers R., 2005. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 8 (Suppl 1) pp. 217-218.
 
Twitch potentiation is greater after a fatiguing submaximal isometric contraction performed at short vs. long quadriceps muscle length.
Place N., Maffiuletti N.A., Ballay Y., Lepers R., 2005. Journal of Applied Physiology, 98 (2) pp. 429-436.
Allogeneic blood transfusions: benefit, risks and clinical indications in countries with a low or high human development index.
Marcucci C., Madjdpour C., Spahn D.R., 2004. British Medical Bulletin, 70 (8) pp. 15-28. Peer-reviewed.
 
Influence of potentiation on the duration of a sustained submaximal isometric contraction of the knee extensors performed at two different muscle lengths
Place N., Lepers R., Maffiuletti N.A., 2004. dans 9th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Clermont-Ferrand (France).
 
Time course of neuromuscular alterations during a prolonged running exercise.
Place N., Lepers R., Deley G., Millet G.Y., 2004. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36 (8) pp. 1347-1356.
 
Activation varies among the knee extensor muscles during a submaximal fatiguing contraction in the seated and supine postures.
Rochette L., Hunter S.K., Place N., Lepers R., 2003. Journal of Applied Physiology, 95 (4) pp. 1515-1522.
 
Central fatigue account for neuromuscular failure during a prolonged running exercise.
Place N., Deley G., Lepers R., 2003. dans 28ème Congrès de la Société de Biomécanique, Poitiers (France), Archives of Physiology and Biochemistry.
 
Neuromuscular evidence of central fatigue during long-duration running exercise
Place N., Deley G., Millet G.Y., Lepes R., Van Hoecke J, 2003. dans 8th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Salzburg (Austria).
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