Bengt Kayser

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The mitochondrial tRNA-derived fragment, mt-tRF-Leu<sup>TAA</sup>, couples mitochondrial metabolism to insulin secretion.
Jacovetti C., Donnelly C., Menoud V., Suleiman M., Cosentino C., Sobel J., Wu K., Bouzakri K., Marchetti P., Guay C. et al. Molecular metabolism. Peer-reviewed.
Functional hypoxia reduces mitochondrial calcium uptake.
Donnelly C., Komlódi T., Cecatto C., Cardoso LHD, Compagnion A.C., Matera A., Tavernari D., Campiche O., Paolicelli R.C., Zanou N. et al., 2024/05. Redox biology, 71 p. 103037. Peer-reviewed.
Repeated sprint training in hypoxia induces specific skeletal muscle adaptations through S100A protein signaling.
Lanfranchi C., Willis S.J., Laramée L., Conde Alonso S., Pialoux V., Kayser B., Place N., Millet G.P., Zanou N., 2024/04/30. FASEB journal, 38 (8) pp. e23615. Peer-reviewed.
Cross-Sectional but Not Prospective Association of Accelerometry-Derived Physical Activity With Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents.
Darkhawaja R., Hänggi J., Schaffner E., Kwiatkowski M., Alkaiyat A., Dössegger A., Kayser B., Suggs L.S., Bringolf-Isler B., Probst-Hensch N., 2024. International journal of public health, 69 p. 1606737. Peer-reviewed.
 
Appetite, Hypoxia, and Acute Mountain Sickness: A 10-Hour Normobaric Hypoxic Chamber Study.
Barclay H., Mukerji S., Kayser B., Fan J.L., 2023/12. High altitude medicine & biology, 24 (4) pp. 329-335. Peer-reviewed.
Ryanodine receptor type 1 content decrease-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress is a hallmark of myopathies.
Vidal J., Fernandez E.A., Wohlwend M., Laurila P.P., Lopez-Mejia A., Ochala J., Lobrinus A.J., Kayser B., Lopez-Mejia I.C., Place N. et al., 2023/12. Journal of cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle, 14 (6) pp. 2882-2897. Peer-reviewed.
 
AltitudeOmics: effects of 16 days acclimatization to hypobaric hypoxia on muscle oxygen extraction during incremental exercise.
Bourdillon N., Subudhi A.W., Fan J.L., Evero O., Elliott J.E., Lovering A.T., Roach R.C., Kayser B., 2023/10/01. Journal of applied physiology, 135 (4) pp. 823-832. Peer-reviewed.
Both Hypoxia and Hypobaria Impair Baroreflex Sensitivity but through Different Mechanisms.
Bourdillon N., Aebi M.R., Kayser B., Bron D., Millet G.P., 2023/03. International journal of sports medicine, 44 (3) pp. 177-183. Peer-reviewed.
 
Mesures anti-dopage : inadaptées pour les sportifs mineurs ?
Junod Valérie, Baud Carole-Anne, Broers Barbara, Armengaud Jean-Baptiste, Kayser Bengt, 2023/03. Causa Sport pp. 9-56.
Blood shifts between body compartments during submaximal exercise with induced expiratory flow limitation in healthy humans.
Stucky F., Uva B., Kayser B., Aliverti A., 2023/01. The Journal of physiology, 601 (1) pp. 227-244. Peer-reviewed.
Steps parameters of elderly patients hospitalised for an acute medical illness in a Swiss University Hospital: a monocentric observational pilot-study.
Tommasini F., Marques-Vidal P., Kayser B., Tasheva P., Ionescu A., Méan M., 2022/12/15. Swiss medical weekly, 152 p. 40012. Peer-reviewed.
Strengthening Altitude Knowledge: A Delphi Study to Define Minimum Knowledge of Altitude Illness for Laypersons Traveling to High Altitude.
Berendsen R.R., Bärtsch P., Basnyat B., Berger M.M., Hackett P., Luks A.M., Richalet J.P., Zafren K., Kayser B., STAK Plenary Group, 2022/12. High altitude medicine & biology, 23 (4) pp. 330-337. Peer-reviewed.
Acute Effects of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation on Contralateral Plantar Flexor Neuromuscular Function.
Donnelly C., Popesco T., Rossé J., Kayser B., Maffiuletti N.A., Place N., 2022/11/12. Biology, 11 (11) p. 1655. Peer-reviewed.
Hematological variables in recreational breath-hold divers: a longitudinal study.
Astolfi T., Crettaz VON Roten F., Kayser B., Saugy M., Faiss R., 2022/08. The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness, 62 (8) pp. 1103-1109. Peer-reviewed.
Priming cardiac function with voluntary respiratory maneuvers and effect on early exercise oxygen uptake.
Stucky F., Churchill T.W., Churchill J.L., Petek B.J., Guseh J.S., Wasfy M.M., Kayser B., Baggish A.L., 2022/05/01. Journal of applied physiology, 132 (5) pp. 1179-1189. Peer-reviewed.
Short term high-intensity interval training in patients scheduled for major abdominal surgery increases aerobic fitness.
Michel A., Gremeaux V., Muff G., Pache B., Geinoz S., Larcinese A., Benaim C., Kayser B., Demartines N., Hübner M. et al., 2022/04/07. BMC sports science, medicine & rehabilitation, 14 (1) p. 61. Peer-reviewed.
Intensity-dependent effects of exercise therapy on walking performance and aerobic fitness in symptomatic patients with lower-extremity peripheral artery disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Fassora M., Calanca L., Jaques C., Mazzolai L., Kayser B., Lanzi S., 2022/04. Vascular medicine, 27 (2) pp. 158-170. Peer-reviewed.
Dealing with doping. A plea for better science, governance and education.
Heuberger JAAC, Henning A., Cohen A.F., Kayser B., 2022/02. British journal of clinical pharmacology, 88 (2) pp. 566-578. Peer-reviewed.
Exceptional Performance in Competitive Ski Mountaineering: An Inertial Sensor Case Study.
Kayser B., Mariani B., 2022. Frontiers in sports and active living, 4 p. 854614. Peer-reviewed.
Acute RyR1 Ca2+ leak enhances NADH-linked mitochondrial respiratory capacity.
Zanou N., Dridi H., Reiken S., Imamura de Lima T., Donnelly C., De Marchi U., Ferrini M., Vidal J., Sittenfeld L., Feige J.N. et al., 2021/12/10. Nature communications, 12 (1) p. 7219. Peer-reviewed.
COVID-19 pandemic and health related quality of life in primary school children in Switzerland: a repeated cross-sectional study.
Bringolf-Isler B., Hänggi J., Kayser B., L Suggs S., Dössegger A., Probst-Hensch N., SOPHYA-Study Group, 2021/11/08. Swiss medical weekly, 151 pp. w30071. Peer-reviewed.
Feasibility of a prehabilitation program before major abdominal surgery: a pilot prospective study.
Martin D., Besson C., Pache B., Michel A., Geinoz S., Gremeaux-Bader V., Larcinese A., Benaim C., Kayser B., Demartines N. et al., 2021/11. The Journal of international medical research, 49 (11) p. 3000605211060196. Peer-reviewed.
The Muscle-Brain Axis and Neurodegenerative Diseases: The Key Role of Mitochondria in Exercise-Induced Neuroprotection.
Burtscher J., Millet G.P., Place N., Kayser B., Zanou N., 2021/06/17. International journal of molecular sciences, 22 (12) p. 6479. Peer-reviewed.
Preoperative Exercise Training to Prevent Postoperative Pulmonary Complications in Adults Undergoing Major Surgery. A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis with Trial Sequential Analysis.
Assouline B., Cools E., Schorer R., Kayser B., Elia N., Licker M., 2021/04. Annals of the American Thoracic Society, 18 (4) pp. 678-688. Peer-reviewed.
Modulation of torque evoked by wide-pulse, high-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation and the potential implications for rehabilitation and training.
Donnelly C., Stegmüller J., Blazevich A.J., Crettaz von Roten F., Kayser B., Neyroud D., Place N., 2021/03/18. Scientific reports, 11 (1) p. 6399. Peer-reviewed.
 
Hypoxia, energy balance, and obesity: An update.
Kayser B., Verges S., 2021/03. Obesity reviews, 22 Suppl 2 pp. e13192. Peer-reviewed.
Differential Brain and Muscle Tissue Oxygenation Responses to Exercise in Tibetans Compared to Han Chinese
Fan Jui-Lin, Wu Tian Yi, Lovering Andrew T., Nan Liya, Bang Wang Liang, Kayser Bengt, 2021/02/24. Frontiers in Physiology, 12 p. 617954.
 
Priming the cardiodynamic phase of pulmonary oxygen uptake through voluntary modulations of the respiratory pump at the onset of exercise.
Stucky F., Aliverti A., Kayser B., Uva B., 2021/02. Experimental physiology, 106 (2) pp. 555-566. Peer-reviewed.
Acute Effects of the Wim Hof Breathing Method on Repeated Sprint Ability: A Pilot Study.
Citherlet T., Crettaz von Roten F., Kayser B., Guex K., 2021. Frontiers in sports and active living, 3 p. 700757. Peer-reviewed.
Key Nutritional Considerations for Youth Winter Sports Athletes to Optimize Growth, Maturation and Sporting Development.
Hannon M.P., Flueck J.L., Gremeaux V., Place N., Kayser B., Donnelly C., 2021. Frontiers in sports and active living, 3 p. 599118. Peer-reviewed.
 
Respiratory alkalinization and posterior cerebral artery dilatation predict acute mountain sickness severity during 10 h normobaric hypoxia.
Barclay H., Mukerji S., Kayser B., O'Donnell T., Tzeng Y.C., Hill S., Knapp K., Legg S., Frei D., Fan J.L., 2021/01. Experimental physiology, 106 (1) pp. 175-190. Peer-reviewed.
Sex-Specific Effects of Respiratory Muscle Endurance Training on Cycling Time Trial Performance in Normoxia and Hypoxia.
Chambault J., Grand G., Kayser B., 2021. Frontiers in physiology, 12 p. 700620. Peer-reviewed.
The Influence of Training Load on Hematological Athlete Biological Passport Variables in Elite Cyclists.
Astolfi T., Crettaz von Roten F., Kayser B., Saugy M., Faiss R., 2021. Frontiers in sports and active living, 3 p. 618285. Peer-reviewed.
Lack of Pregraduate Teaching on the Associations between the Built Environment, Physical Activity and Health in Swiss Architecture and Urban Design Degree Programs.
Zedi M., Kayser B., 2020/12/22. International journal of environmental research and public health, 18 (1) p. 15. Peer-reviewed.
 
Response to Berger et al. re: "Are Pre-Ascent Low-Altitude Saliva Cortisol Levels Related to the Subsequent Acute Mountain Sickness Score? Observations From a Field Study".
Gatterer H., Burtscher J., Estoppey J., Burtscher M., Kayser B., 2020/12. High altitude medicine & biology, 21 (4) pp. 423-424. Peer-reviewed.
 
Vitamin C and E Treatment Blunts Sprint Interval Training-Induced Changes in Inflammatory Mediator-, Calcium-, and Mitochondria-Related Signaling in Recreationally Active Elderly Humans.
Wyckelsma V.L., Venckunas T., Brazaitis M., Gastaldello S., Snieckus A., Eimantas N., Baranauskiene N., Subocius A., Skurvydas A., Pääsuke M. et al., 2020/09/17. Antioxidants, 9 (9). Peer-reviewed.
Automating the correction of flow integration drift during whole-body plethysmography
Stucky Frederic, Cazzaniga Giacomo, Aliverti Andrea, Kayser Bengt, Uva Barbara, 2020/07. 2020 42nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC).
Would Relaxation of the Anti-doping Rule Lead to Red Queen Effects?
Kayser Bengt, De Block Andreas, 2020/06/07. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy pp. 1-15.
 
Why are placebos not on WADA's prohibited list?
Kayser Bengt, 2020/04. Performance Enhancement & Health p. 100163.
Fat Oxidation Kinetics Is Related to Muscle Deoxygenation Kinetics During Exercise.
Zurbuchen A., Lanzi S., Voirol L., Trindade C.B., Gojanovic B., Kayser B., Bourdillon N., Chenevière X., Malatesta D., 2020. Frontiers in physiology, 11 p. 571. Peer-reviewed.
AltitudeOmics: Spontaneous Baroreflex Sensitivity During Acclimatization to 5,260 m: A Comparison of Methods
Bourdillon Nicolas, Yazdani Sasan, Vesin Jean-Marc, Subudhi Andrew W., Lovering Andrew T., Roach Robert C., Kayser Bengt, 2019/12/10. Frontiers in Physiology, 10. Peer-reviewed.
 
Are Pre-Ascent Low-Altitude Saliva Cortisol Levels Related to the Subsequent Acute Mountain Sickness Score? Observations from a Field Study.
Gatterer H., Bernatzky G., Burtscher J., Rainer M., Kayser B., Burtscher M., 2019/12. High altitude medicine & biology, 20 (4) pp. 337-343. Peer-reviewed.
Low- and High-Altitude Cortisol Awakening Responses Differ Between AMS-Prone and AMS-Resistant Mountaineers.
Estoppey J., Léger B., Vuistiner P., Sartori C., Kayser B., 2019/12. High altitude medicine & biology, 20 (4) pp. 344-351. Peer-reviewed.
Preoperative high-intensity interval training is effective and safe in deconditioned patients with lung cancer: A randomized clinical trial.
Bhatia C., Kayser B., 2019/10/03. Journal of rehabilitation medicine, 51 (9) pp. 712-718. 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.
 
Sport Tomorrow? Fewer Records, but more Science, Integrity and Ethics
Kayser Bengt, 2019/06/07. pp. 297-307 dans Le système olympique, Presses Polytechniques Universitaires Romandes.
 
Association of objectively measured and perceived environment with accelerometer-based physical activity and cycling: a Swiss population-based cross-sectional study of children.
Bringolf-Isler B., Schindler C., de Hoogh K., Kayser B., Suggs L.S., Dössegger A., Probst-Hensch N., SOPHYA Study Group, 2019/05. International journal of public health, 64 (4) pp. 499-510. 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.
 
Successful climbing to extreme altitude is a hairy venture.
Kayser B., 2019/05. The Journal of physiology, 597 (10) p. 2611. Peer-reviewed.
Iloprost improves running performance at 5,000 m in Han but not in Tibetans
Kayser B., Fan J.-L., Nan L., Bang W.L., Wu B., Wu T., 2019/03/12. Current Issues in Sport Science, 4 pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
Validity of the Actiheart step test for the estimation of maximum oxygen consumption in endurance athletes and healthy controls
Heydenreich J., Schutz Y., Kayser B., Melzer K., 2019/03/12. Current Issues in Sport Science, 4 pp. NA.
Comparison of Conventional and Individualized 1-MET Values for Expressing Maximum Aerobic Metabolic Rate and Habitual Activity Related Energy Expenditure.
Heydenreich J., Schutz Y., Melzer K., Kayser B., 2019/02/22. Nutrients, 11 (2). 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.
 
The anti-doping industry coming of age
Kayser Bengt, Møller Verner, 2019/01/01. pp. 27-39 dans Human Enhancement Drugs chap. 3, Routledge.
Objectively Measured Physical Activity in Population-Representative Parent-Child Pairs : Parental Modelling Matters and is Context-Specific
Bringolf-Isler Bettina, Schindler Christian, Kayser Bengt, Suggs L. Suzanne, Probst-Hensch Nicole, 2018/12. BMC Public Health, 18 (1).
 
Electronic Nose Technology Fails to Sniff Out Acute Mountain Sickness.
Berendsen R.R., van Vessem M.E., Bruins M., Teppema LJSM, Aarts LPHJ, Kayser B., 2018/09. High altitude medicine & biology, 19 (3) pp. 232-236. Peer-reviewed.
Exercise and pregnancy in recreational and elite athletes: 2016/2017 evidence summary from the IOC expert group meeting, Lausanne. Part 5. Recommendations for health professionals and active women.
Bø K., Artal R., Barakat R., Brown W.J., Davies GAL, Dooley M., Evenson K.R., Haakstad LAH, Kayser B., Kinnunen T.I. et al., 2018/09. British journal of sports medicine, 52 (17) pp. 1080-1085. Peer-reviewed.
Sedentary Behaviour in Swiss Children and Adolescents: Disentangling Associations with the Perceived and Objectively Measured Environment.
Bringolf-Isler B., de Hoogh K., Schindler C., Kayser B., Suggs L.S., Dössegger A., Probst-Hensch N., SOPHYA Study Group, 2018/05/04. International journal of environmental research and public health, 15 (5) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
 
Do public perception and the ‘spirit of sport' justify the criminalisation of doping? A reply to Claire Sumner
Kornbeck Jacob, Kayser Bengt, 2018/03/05. The International Sports Law Journal.
Correlates of weekday compliance to physical activity recommendations in Swiss youth non-compliant in weekend days.
Gubelmann C., Marques-Vidal P., Bringolf-Isler B., Suggs L.S., Vollenweider P., Kayser B., 2018/03. Preventive medicine reports, 9 pp. 86-91. Peer-reviewed.
 
The 2018 Lake Louise Acute Mountain Sickness Score
Roach R.C., Hackett P.H., Oelz O., Bärtsch P., Luks A.M., MacInnis M.J., Baillie J.K., Lake Louise AMS Score Consensus Committee, 2018/03. High altitude medicine & biology, 19 (1) pp. 4-6. Peer-reviewed.
Improving cardiometabolic and mental health in women with gestational diabetes mellitus and their offspring: study protocol for <i>MySweetHeart Trial</i>, a randomised controlled trial.
Horsch A., Gilbert L., Lanzi S., Gross J., Kayser B., Vial Y., Simeoni U., Hans D., Berney A., Scholz U. et al., 2018/02/27. BMJ open, 8 (2) pp. e020462. Peer-reviewed.
AltitudeOmics: Baroreflex Sensitivity During Acclimatization to 5,260 m.
Bourdillon N., Yazdani S., Subudhi A.W., Lovering A.T., Roach R.C., Vesin J.M., Kayser B., 2018. Frontiers in physiology, 9 pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
 
Assessing cerebral blood flow regulation in normobaric and hypobaric hypoxia: spontaneous vs. induced blood pressure changes
Bourdillon N., Kayser B., Millet G. P., 2018. J Physiol. Peer-reviewed.
Oral Nitrate Supplementation Differentially Modulates Cerebral Artery Blood Velocity and Prefrontal Tissue Oxygenation During 15 km Time-Trial Cycling in Normoxia but Not in Hypoxia.
Fan J.L., Bourdillon N., Meyer P., Kayser B., 2018. Frontiers in physiology, 9. 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.
The Effect of Lower-Body Positive Pressure on the Cardiorespiratory Response at Rest and during Submaximal Running Exercise.
Stucky F., Vesin J.M., Kayser B., Uva B., 2018. Frontiers in Physiology, 9 (34) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
 
Exercise and pregnancy in recreational and elite athletes: 2016/17 evidence summary from the IOC expert group meeting, Lausanne. Part 4-Recommendations for future research.
Bø K., Artal R., Barakat R., Brown W.J., Davies GAL, Dooley M., Evenson K.R., Haakstad LAH, Kayser B., Kinnunen T.I. et al., 2017/12. British journal of sports medicine, 51 (24) pp. 1724-1726. Peer-reviewed.
Total Energy Expenditure, Energy Intake, and Body Composition in Endurance Athletes Across the Training Season: A Systematic Review.
Heydenreich J., Kayser B., Schutz Y., Melzer K., 2017/12. Sports medicine - open, 3 (8) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
Does This Patient Have Acute Mountain Sickness?: The Rational Clinical Examination Systematic Review.
Meier D., Collet T.H., Locatelli I., Cornuz J., Kayser B., Simel D.L., Sartori C., 2017/11/14. JAMA, 318 (18) pp. 1810-1819. Peer-reviewed.
 
Exercise and pregnancy in recreational and elite athletes: 2016/17 evidence summary from the IOC Expert Group Meeting, Lausanne. Part 3-exercise in the postpartum period.
Bø K., Artal R., Barakat R., Brown W.J., Davies GAL, Dooley M., Evenson K.R., Haakstad LAH, Kayser B., Kinnunen T.I. et al., 2017/11. British journal of sports medicine, 51 (21) pp. 1516-1525. Peer-reviewed.
Low Energy Turnover of Physically Inactive Participants as a Determinant of Insufficient Mineral and Vitamin Intake in NHANES.
Heydenreich J., Melzer K., Flury C., Kayser B., 2017/07/14. Nutrients, 9 (7) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
 
Ethics of a relaxed antidoping rule accompanied by harm-reduction measures
Kayser B., Tolleneer J., 2017/05. Journal of medical ethics, 43 (5) pp. 282-286.
 
Commentaries on Viewpoint: Human skeletal muscle wasting in hypoxia: a matter of hypoxic dose?
Millet G.P., Debevec T., Brocherie F., Girard O., Pialoux V., Wüst R.C., Degens H., Zuo L., He F., Chaillou T. et al., 2017/02/01. Journal of applied physiology, 122 (2) pp. 409-411. 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.
 
Short-Term Preoperative High-Intensity Interval Training in Patients Awaiting Lung Cancer Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
Licker M., Karenovics W., Diaper J., Frésard I., Triponez F., Ellenberger C., Schorer R., Kayser B., Bridevaux P.O., 2017/02. Journal of thoracic oncology, 12 (2) pp. 323-333. 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.
 
Kinematic predictors of wrist shot success in floorball/unihockey from two different feet positions.
Lazzeri M., Kayser B., Armand S., 2016/11. Journal of sports sciences, 34 (21) pp. 2087-2094. Peer-reviewed.
 
Exercise and pregnancy in recreational and elite athletes: 2016 evidence summary from the IOC expert group meeting, Lausanne. Part 2-the effect of exercise on the fetus, labour and birth.
Bø K., Artal R., Barakat R., Brown W., Dooley M., Evenson K.R., Haakstad L.A., Larsen K., Kayser B., Kinnunen T.I. et al., 2016/10/12. British journal of sports medicine pp. 1297-1315.
 
Optimal slopes and speeds in uphill ski mountaineering: a field study.
Praz C., Fasel B., Vuistiner P., Aminian K., Kayser B., 2016/10. European journal of applied physiology, 116 (10) pp. 2017-2024. Peer-reviewed.
 
Measuring spatio-temporal parameters of uphill ski-mountaineering with ski-fixed inertial sensors.
Fasel B., Praz C., Kayser B., Aminian K., 2016/09/06. Journal of biomechanics, 49 (13) pp. 3052-3055. 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.
 
Fatigue and Exhaustion in Hypoxia: The Role of Cerebral Oxygenation.
Fan J.L., Kayser B., 2016/06. High altitude medicine & biology, 17 (2) pp. 72-84. Peer-reviewed.
 
Exercise and pregnancy in recreational and elite athletes: 2016 evidence summary from the IOC expert group meeting, Lausanne. Part 1-exercise in women planning pregnancy and those who are pregnant.
Bø K., Artal R., Barakat R., Brown W., Davies G.A., Dooley M., Evenson K.R., Haakstad L.A., Henriksson-Larsen K., Kayser B. et al., 2016/05. British journal of sports medicine, 50 (10) pp. 571-589. Peer-reviewed.
 
Optimal slopes and speeds in uphill ski mountaineering: a laboratory study.
Praz C., Fasel B., Vuistiner P., Aminian K., Kayser B., 2016/05. European journal of applied physiology, 116 (5) pp. 1011-1019. Peer-reviewed.
Metabolic Equivalent in Adolescents, Active Adults and Pregnant Women.
Melzer K., Heydenreich J., Schutz Y., Renaud A., Kayser B., Mäder U., 2016/03/20. Nutrients, 8 (7) pp. E438. Peer-reviewed.
Alterations in energy balance from an exercise intervention with ad libitum food intake.
Melzer K., Renaud A., Zurbuchen S., Tschopp C., Lehmann J., Malatesta D., Ruch N., Schutz Y., Kayser B., Mäder U., 2016/03. Journal of Nutritional Science, 5 (5) pp. e7. 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.
 
Preoperative Peak Oxygen Uptake in Lung Cancer Subjects With Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy: A Cross-Sectional Study.
Fresard I., Licker M., Adler D., Lovis A., Robert J., Karenovics W., Diaper J., Janssens J.P., Triponez F., Lador F. et al., 2016. Respiratory Care, 61 (8) pp. 1059-1066. Peer-reviewed.
 
Range of motion and energy cost of locomotion of the late medieval armoured fighter : A proof of concept of confronting the medieval technical literature with modern movement analysis
Jaquet Daniel, Mazure Alice Bonnefoy, Armand Stephane, Charbonnier Caecilia, Ziltener Jean-Luc, Kayser Bengt, 2016. Historical Methods : A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 49 (3) pp. 169-186. Peer-reviewed.
 
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.
 
AltitudeOmics : impaired pulmonary gas exchange efficiency and blunted ventilatory acclimatization in humans with patent foramen ovale after 16 days at 5,260 m.
Elliott J.E., Laurie S.S., Kern J.P., Beasley K.M., Goodman R.D., Kayser B., Subudhi A.W., Roach R.C., Lovering A.T., 2015. Journal of Applied Physiology, 118 (9) pp. 1100-1112.
AltitudeOmics : Resetting of Cerebrovascular CO2 Reactivity Following Acclimatization to High Altitude.
Fan J.L., Subudhi A.W., Duffin J., Lovering A.T., Roach R.C., Kayser B., 2015. Frontiers In Physiology, 6 p. 394. 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.
Effect of oral nitrate supplementation on pulmonary hemodynamics during exercise and time trial performance in normoxia and hypoxia: a randomized controlled trial.
Bourdillon N., Fan J.L., Uva B., Müller H., Meyer P., Kayser B., 2015. Frontiers in Physiology, 6 p. 288. Peer-reviewed.
 
Impact of Study Design on Reported Incidences of Acute Mountain Sickness: A Systematic Review.
Waeber B., Kayser B., Dumont L., Lysakowski C., Tramèr M.R., Elia N., 2015. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 16 (3) pp. 204-215. Peer-reviewed.
 
In search for better pharmacological prophylaxis for acute mountain sickness: looking in other directions.
Lu H., Wang R., Xiong J., Xie H., Kayser B., Jia Z.P., 2015. Acta Physiologica, 214 (1) pp. 51-62. Peer-reviewed.
Nutritional behaviour and beliefs of ski-mountaineers: a semi-quantitative and qualitative study.
Praz C., Granges M., Burtin C., Kayser B., 2015. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 12 p. 46. Peer-reviewed.
The "Abdominal Circulatory Pump": An Auxiliary Heart during Exercise?
Uva B., Aliverti A., Bovio D., Kayser B., 2015. Frontiers In Physiology, 6 p. 411. Peer-reviewed.
 
The International Hypoxia Symposium 2015 in Lake Louise: A Report.
Kayser B., 2015. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 16 (3) pp. 261-266.
 
Translation in progress: Hypoxia 2015.
Roach R.C., Wagner P.D., Kayser B., Hackett P.H., 2015. Journal of Applied Physiology (bethesda, Md. : 1985), 119 (10) pp. 1127-1128. Peer-reviewed.
 
Repeated pre-syncope from increased inspired CO2 in a background of severe hypoxia.
Fan J.L., Kayser B., 2014/04. High altitude medicine & biology, 15 (1) pp. 70-77. Peer-reviewed.
 
AltitudeOmics: cerebral autoregulation during ascent, acclimatization, and re-exposure to high altitude and its relation with acute mountain sickness.
Subudhi A.W., Fan J.L., Evero O., Bourdillon N., Kayser B., Julian C.G., Lovering A.T., Panerai R.B., Roach R.C., 2014. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116 (7) pp. 724-729. Peer-reviewed.
 
AltitudeOmics: effect of ascent and acclimatization to 5260 m on regional cerebral oxygen delivery.
Subudhi A.W., Fan J.L., Evero O., Bourdillon N., Kayser B., Julian C.G., Lovering A.T., Roach R.C., 2014. Experimental Physiology, 99 (5) pp. 772-781. Peer-reviewed.
 
AltitudeOmics: enhanced cerebrovascular reactivity and ventilatory response to CO2 with high-altitude acclimatization and reexposure.
Fan J.L., Subudhi A.W., Evero O., Bourdillon N., Kayser B., Lovering A.T., Roach R.C., 2014. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116 (7) pp. 911-918. Peer-reviewed.
AltitudeOmics: The Integrative Physiology of Human Acclimatization to Hypobaric Hypoxia and Its Retention upon Reascent.
Subudhi A.W., Bourdillon N., Bucher J., Davis C., Elliott J.E., Eutermoster M., Evero O., Fan J.L., Houten S.J., Julian C.G. et al., 2014. PLoS One, 9 (3) pp. e92191. Peer-reviewed.
Cerebral oxygenation during the Richalet hypoxia sensitivity test and cycling time-trial performance in severe hypoxia.
Bourdillon N., Fan J.L., Kayser B., 2014. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (5) pp. 1037-1048. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effect of physical activity during pregnancy on mode of delivery.
Domenjoz I., Kayser B., Boulvain M., 2014. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 211 (4) pp. 401.e1-401.11. 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.
 
Eleven-year physical activity trends in a Swiss urban area.
Guessous I., Gaspoz J.M., Theler J.M., Kayser B., 2014. Preventive Medicine, 59 pp. 25-30.
Energy expenditure of extreme competitive mountaineering skiing.
Praz C., Léger B., Kayser B., 2014. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (10) pp. 2201-2211. Peer-reviewed.
 
High altitude cachexia: Adaptation instead of deterioration? (Comment on DOI 10.1002/bies.201400042).
Kayser B., 2014. Bioessays : News and Reviews In Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, 36 (8) p. 720.
 
Respiratory quotient evolution during normal pregnancy: what nutritional or clinical information can we get out of it?
Melzer K., Kayser B., Schutz Y., 2014. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology, 176 pp. 5-9.
 
Risk determinants of acute mountain sickness in trekkers in the Nepali Himalaya: a 24-year follow-up.
McDevitt M., McIntosh S.E., Rodway G., Peelay J., Adams D.L., Kayser B., 2014. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 25 (2) pp. 152-159. 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.
Self-reported health, physical activity and socio-economic status of middle-aged and elderly participants to a popular road running race in Switzerland: better off than the general population?
Chatton A., Kayser B., 2013/01/07. Swiss medical weekly, 143 pp. w13710. Peer-reviewed.
 
Anti-doping policies: choosing between imperfections.
Kayser B., Broeres B., 2013. pp. 271-289 dans Tolleneer J., Sterckx S., Bonte P. (eds.) AthleticEnhancement, Human Nature and Ethics chap. 15, Springer.
 
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.
 
Control and sensation of breathing during cycling exercise in hypoxia under naloxone: a randomised controlled crossover trial.
Koglin L., Kayser B., 2013. Extreme Physiology and Medicine, 2 (1) p. 1.
Effect of end-tidal CO2 clamping on cerebrovascular function, oxygenation, and performance during 15-km time trial cycling in severe normobaric hypoxia: the role of cerebral O2 delivery.
Fan J.L., Bourdillon N., Kayser B., 2013. Physiological Reports, 1 (3) pp. e00066.
 
Hypoxia, energy balance and obesity: from pathophysiological mechanisms to new treatment strategies.
Kayser B., Verges S., 2013. Obesity Reviews, 14 (7) pp. 579-592.
 
Perceived and measured physical activity and mental stress levels in obstetricians.
Martinez de Tejada B., Jastrow N., Poncet A., Le Scouezec I., Irion O., Kayser B., 2013. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology, 171 (1) pp. 44-48. Peer-reviewed.
 
Precision of the optimized carbon monoxide rebreathing method to determine total haemoglobin mass and blood volume
Durussel J., Ross R., Kodi P.R., Daskalaki E., Takas P., Wilson J., Kayser B., Pitsiladis Y., 2013. European Journal of Sport Science, 13 (1) pp. 68-77.
 
Pro: All dwellers at high altitude are persons of impaired physical and mental powers.
Kayser B., 2013. High Altitude Medicine & Biology, 14 (3) pp. 205-207. Peer-reviewed.
 
Rebuttal to con statements.
Kayser B., 2013. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 14 (3) p. 216.
The Effect of Adding CO2 to Hypoxic Inspired Gas on Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity and Breathing during Incremental Exercise
Fan Jui-Lin, Kayser Bengt, 2013. PLoS ONE, 8 (11) pp. e81130.
 
The Hypoxia Symposium 2013.
Kayser B., 2013. High Alltitude Medicine & Biology, 14 (3) pp. 308-311. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effect of inspired CO₂ on the ventilatory response to high intensity exercise.
Fan J.L., Leiggener C., Rey F., Kayser B., 2012. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 180 (2-3) pp. 283-288.
 
Effects of acetazolamide on cerebrovascular function and breathing stability at 5050 m.
Fan J.L., Burgess K.R., Thomas K.N., Lucas S.J., Cotter J.D., Kayser B., Peebles K.C., Ainslie P.N., 2012. Journal of Physiology, 590 (Pt 5) pp. 1213-1225.
 
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.
 
Reappraisal of acetazolamide for the prevention of acute mountain sickness: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Kayser B., Dumont L., Lysakowski C., Combescure C., Haller G., Tramèr M.R., 2012. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 13 (2) pp. 82-92.
 
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.
 
Smoking, acute mountain sickness and altitude acclimatisation: a cohort study.
Wu T.Y., Ding S.Q., Liu J.L., Jia J.H., Chai Z.C., Dai R.C., Zhao J.Z., Tang Q.D., Kayser B., 2012. Thorax, 67 (10) pp. 914-919.
 
The Olympics and harm reduction?
Kayser B., Broers B., 2012. Harm Reduction Journal, 9 (1) p. 33.
 
Carbohydrate mouth rinse effects on exercise capacity in pre- and postprandial States.
Fares E.J., Kayser B., 2011. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, 2011 p. 385962.
 
Does cerebral oxygen delivery limit incremental exercise performance?
Subudhi A.W., Olin J.T., Dimmen A.C., Polaner D.M., Kayser B., Roach R.C., 2011. Journal of Applied Physiology, 111 (6) pp. 1727-1734.
 
How to keep track of one's physical activity budget using pervasive technologies.
Wac K., Hausmann J., Kayser B., 2011. Journal of Applied Physiology, 111 (2) pp. 611-2; discussion 614.
 
La politique antidopage : un dilemme éthique
Kayser B., 2011. pp. 107-124 dans Missa J.N., Nouvel P. (eds.) Philosophie du dopage, Presses universitaires de France.
 
Maternal heart rate changes during labour.
Söhnchen N., Melzer K., Tejada B.M., Jastrow-Meyer N., Othenin-Girard V., Irion O., Boulvain M., Kayser B., 2011. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology, 158 (2) pp. 173-178.
 
Normalization of basal metabolic rate for differences in body weight in pregnant women.
Melzer K., Schutz Y., Kayser B., 2011. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology, 159 (2) pp. 480-481.
 
Pro: Headache should be a required symptom for the diagnosis of acute mountain sickness.
Roach R., Kayser B., Hackett P., 2011. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 12 (1) pp. 21-2; discussion 29.
 
Pro: Rebuttal
Roach R., Hackett P., Kayser B., 2011. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 12 (1) p. 27.
 
Respiratory and leg muscles perceived exertion during exercise at altitude.
Aliverti A., Kayser B., Mauro A.L., Quaranta M., Pompilio P., Dellacà R.L., Ora J., Biasco L., Cavalleri L., Pomidori L. et al., 2011. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 177 (2) pp. 162-168.
 
Airway responses to methacholine and exercise at high altitude in healthy lowlanders.
Pellegrino R., Pompilio P., Quaranta M., Aliverti A., Kayser B., Miserocchi G., Fasano V., Cogo A., Milanese M., Cornara G. et al., 2010. Journal of Applied Physiology, 108 (2) pp. 256-265.
 
Altitude illness in Qinghai-Tibet railroad passengers.
Wu T.Y., Ding S.Q., Zhang S.L., Duan J.Q., Li B.Y., Zhan Z.Y., Wu Q.L., Baomu S., Liang B.Z., Han S.R. et al., 2010. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 11 (3) pp. 189-198.
 
Comparison of a visual analogue scale and Lake Louise symptom scores for acute mountain sickness.
Kayser B., Aliverti A., Pellegrino R., Dellaca R., Quaranta M., Pompilio P., Miserocchi G., Cogo A., 2010. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 11 (1) pp. 69-72.
 
Danes with brains.
Kayser B., 2010. Journal of Physiology, 588 (Pt 13) p. 2285.
 
Effects of recommended levels of physical activity on pregnancy outcomes.
Melzer K., Schutz Y., Soehnchen N., Othenin-Girard V., Martinez de Tejada B., Irion O., Boulvain M., Kayser B., 2010. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 202 (3) pp. 266.e1-266.e6.
 
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.
 
Physical activity and pregnancy: cardiovascular adaptations, recommendations and pregnancy outcomes.
Melzer K., Schutz Y., Boulvain M., Kayser B., 2010. Sports Medicine, 40 (6) pp. 493-507.
 
Prepregnancy body mass index and resting metabolic rate during pregnancy.
Melzer K., Schutz Y., Soehnchen N., Othenin Girard V., Martinez de Tejada B., Pichard C., Irion O., Boulvain M., Kayser B., 2010. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 57 (3-4) pp. 221-227.
 
Stairs instead of elevators at workplace: cardioprotective effects of a pragmatic intervention.
Meyer P., Kayser B., Kossovsky M.P., Sigaud P., Carballo D., Keller P.F., Martin X.E., Farpour-Lambert N., Pichard C., Mach F., 2010. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, 17 (5) pp. 569-575.
 
Verbesserung der Leistung: vom Antidoping zur Doping Regulation
Kayser B., 2010. Suchttherapie, 11 (01) pp. 35-38. Peer-reviewed.
 
Work at high altitude after coronary stenting: safe?
Wu T., Ding S., Kayser B., 2010. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 21 (1) pp. 86-87.
 
Blood lactate at high altitude: central command but also mass effect and andrenergic drive.
Kayser B., 2009. Journal of Applied Physiology, 106 (2) p. 739.
 
Current anti-doping policy: harm reduction or harm induction?
Kayser B., 2009. pp. 155-166 dans Møller V., McNamee M., Dimeo P. (eds.) Elite sport, doping and public health chap. 10, University Press of Southern Denmark.
 
Disentangling hypoxia and hypobaria.
Kayser B., 2009. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 169 (3) pp. 338-339.
 
Nervous system function during exercise in hypoxia.
Amann M., Kayser B., 2009. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 10 (2) pp. 149-164.
 
Pregnancy-related changes in activity energy expenditure and resting metabolic rate in Switzerland.
Melzer K., Schutz Y., Boulvain M., Kayser B., 2009. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 63 (10) pp. 1185-1191.
 
Pulmonary V(O)(2) kinetics at the onset of exercise is faster when actual changes in alveolar O2 stores are considered.
Aliverti A., Kayser B., Cautero M., Dellacà R.L., di Prampero P.E., Capelli C., 2009. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 169 (1) pp. 78-82.
 
Reduced incidence and severity of acute mountain sickness in Qinghai-Tibet railroad construction workers after repeated 7-month exposures despite 5-month low altitude periods.
Wu T.Y., Ding S.Q., Liu J.L., Yu M.T., Jia J.H., Duan J.Q., Chai Z.C., Dai R.C., Zhang S.L., Liang B.Z. et al., 2009. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 10 (3) pp. 221-232.
 
Stair use for cardiovascular disease prevention.
Meyer P., Kayser B., Mach F., 2009. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, 16 Suppl 2 pp. S17-S18.
 
A negative test cannot exclude doping.
Kayser B., 2008. Journal of Applied Physiology, 105 (6) pp. 1993; author reply 1997-1993; author reply 1998.
 
Breath-by-breath changes of lung oxygen stores at rest and during exercise in humans.
Wüst R.C., Aliverti A., Capelli C., Kayser B., 2008. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 164 (3) pp. 291-299.
 
Comment to: Recombinant erythropoietin found in seized blood bags from sportsmen. Haematologica 2008;93:313-4.
Lippi G., Franchini M., Kayser B., 2008. Haematologica, 93 (7) pp. e55; author reply e56.
 
Determinants of active commuting.
Kayser B., 2008. Preventive Medicine, 46 (1) p. 8.
 
Elite Kenyan endurance runners are hydrated day-to-day with ad libitum fluid intake.
Fudge B.W., Easton C., Kingsmore D., Kiplamai F.K., Onywera V.O., Westerterp K.R., Kayser B., Noakes T.D., Pitsiladis Y.P., 2008. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40 (6) pp. 1171-1179.
 
Ernstige en soms fatale gevolgen van hoogtelongoedeem [Serious and sometimes fatal consequences of high-altitude pulmonary oedema].
Berendsen R.R., Willems J.H., Bosch F.H., Hulsebosch R., Kayser B., 2008. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde, 152 (51-52) pp. 2758-2762.
 
Globalisation of anti-doping: the reverse side of the medal.
Kayser B., Smith A.C., 2008. British Medical Journal, 337 pp. a584.
 
Low-dose acetylsalicylic acid analog and acetazolamide for prevention of acute mountain sickness.
Kayser B., Hulsebosch R., Bosch F., 2008. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 9 (1) pp. 15-23.
 
A human model of the pathophysiology of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Aliverti A., Kayser B., Macklem P.T., 2007. Respirology, 12 (4) pp. 478-485. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comments on point:counterpoint: "the lactate paradox does/does not occur during exercise at high altitude".
Grassi B., Marzorati M., Kayser B., Marconi C., Cerretelli P., 2007. Journal of Applied Physiology, 102 (6) pp. 2404-5; author reply 2409-10. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comparing questionnaires for the assessment of acute mountain sickness.
Dellasanta P., Gaillard S., Loutan L., Kayser B., 2007. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 8 (3) pp. 184-191.
 
Comparison of equations for estimating resting metabolic rate in healthy subjects over 70 years of age.
Melzer K., Laurie Karsegard V., Genton L., Kossovsky M.P., Kayser B., Pichard C., 2007. Clinical Nutrition, 26 (4) pp. 498-505. Peer-reviewed.
 
Estimation of oxygen uptake during fast running using accelerometry and heart rate.
Fudge B.W., Wilson J., Easton C., Irwin L., Clark J., Haddow O., Kayser B., Pitsiladis Y.P., 2007. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39 (1) pp. 192-198.
 
Human model of the pathophysiology of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Aliverti A., Kayser B., Macklem P.T., 2007. Respirology, 12 (Suppl.2) pp. S2-S3.
 
Hyperoxia improves 20 km cycling time trial performance by increasing muscle activation levels while perceived exertion stays the same.
Tucker R., Kayser B., Rae E., Raunch L., Bosch A., Noakes T., 2007. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 101 (6) pp. 771-781.
 
Measuring mountain maladies.
Roach R., Kayser B., 2007. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 8 (3) pp. 171-172.
 
Point: Counterpoint "The lactate paradox does/does not occur during exercise at high altitude" - Response.
Kayser B., 2007. Journal of Applied Physiology, 102 (6) pp. 2403; author reply 2409-2403; author reply 2410.
 
Who should not go high: chronic disease and work at altitude during construction of the Qinghai-Tibet railroad.
Wu T.Y., Ding S.Q., Liu J.L., Yu M.T., Jia J.H., Chai Z.C., Dai R.C., Zhang S.L., Li B.Y., Pan L. et al., 2007. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 8 (2) pp. 88-107.
 
Eight-year longitudinal changes in body composition in healthy Swiss adults
Kyle U. G., Melzer K., Kayser B., Picard-Kossovsky M., Gremion G., Pichard C., 2006/12. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 25 (6) pp. 493-501.
 
Body mass regulation at altitude.
Westerterp K.R., Kayser B., 2006. European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, 18 (1) pp. 1-3. Peer-reviewed.
 
Evidence of negative energy balance using doubly labelled water in elite Kenyan endurance runners prior to competition.
Fudge B.W., Westerterp K.R., Kiplamai F.K., Onywera V.O., Boit M.K., Kayser B., Pitsiladis Y.P., 2006. The British Journal of Nutrition, 95 (1) pp. 59-66. Peer-reviewed.
 
High altitude adaptation in Tibetans.
Wu T., Kayser B., 2006. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 7 (3) pp. 193-208.
 
Effects of physical activity on food intake.
Melzer K., Kayser B., Saris W.H., Pichard C., 2005/12. Clinical nutrition, 24 (6) pp. 885-895. Peer-reviewed.
 
Nutrient intake and performance during a mountain marathon: an observational study.
Kruseman M., Bucher S., Bovard M., Kayser B., Bovier P.A., 2005. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 94 (1-2) pp. 151-157.
 
Viewpoint: Legalisation of performance-enhancing drugs.
Kayser B., Mauron A., Miah A., 2005. Lancet, 366 Suppl 1 pp. S21. Peer-reviewed.
 
Physical activity: the health benefits outweigh the risks.
Melzer K., Kayser B., Pichard C., 2004/11. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 7 (6) pp. 641-647. Peer-reviewed.
 
Awareness, prevalence, medication use, and risk factors of acute mountain sickness in tourists trekking around the Annapurnas in Nepal: a 12-year follow-up.
Gaillard S., Dellasanta P., Loutan L., Kayser B., 2004. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 5 (4) pp. 410-419.
 
Breath-by-breath assessment of alveolar gas stores and exchange.
Aliverti A., Kayser B., Macklem P.T., 2004. Journal of Applied Physiology, 96 (4) pp. 1464-1469.
 
Chronic hypoxia: common traits between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and altitude.
Raguso C.A., Guinot S.L., Janssens J.P., Kayser B., Pichard C., 2004. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 7 (4) pp. 411-417. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effect of magnesium, high altitude and acute mountain sickness on blood flow velocity in the middle cerebral artery.
Lysakowski C., Von Elm E., Dumont L., Junod J.D., Tassonyi E., Kayser B., Tramèr M.R., 2004. Clinical Science, 106 (3) pp. 279-285. Peer-reviewed.
 
Magnesium for the prevention and treatment of acute mountain sickness.
Dumont L., Lysakowski C., Tramèr M.R., Junod J.D., Mardirosoff C., Tassonyi E., Kayser B., 2004. Clinical Science, 106 (3) pp. 269-277. Peer-reviewed.
 
Second generation Tibetan lowlanders acclimatize to high altitude more quickly than Caucasians.
Marconi C., Marzorati M., Grassi B., Basnyat B., Colombini A., Kayser B., Cerretelli P., 2004. The Journal of Physiology, 556 (Pt 2) pp. 661-671. Peer-reviewed.
 
Effects of 17-day spaceflight on electrically evoked torque and cross-sectional area of the human triceps surae.
Narici M., Kayser B., Barattini P., Cerretelli P., 2003. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 90 (3-4) pp. 275-282.
 
Efficacy of low-dose acetazolamide for the prophylaxis of acute mountain sickness.
Dumont L., Tramer M.R., Lysakowski C., Mardirosoff C., Kayser B., 2003. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 4 (3) pp. 399; author reply 400.
 
Exercise starts and ends in the brain.
Kayser B., 2003. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 90 (3-4) pp. 411-419.
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