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Hides Julie



Hides Julie
Le professeur Julie Hides est allé à l’Université du Queensland en Australie obtenant son diplôme de physiotherapie en 1986 puis son master en physiotherapy en 1990 et enfin son Doctorat en 1996. Elle fut la lauréate de la prestigieuse bourse « Sir Robert Menzies ». Elle a cliniquement travaillé à l’hôpital Mater de Brisbane en tant que physiothérapeute mais également en tant que Directeur Clinique du «Mater/ACU Back stability Research clinic » . Elle est également Directeur du « Centre for musculoskletal research » à l’ « Australian Catholic University ».
Julie Hides est reconnue comme physiotherapeute spécialisée en musculosquelettique, membre de l’ « Australian College of physiotherapy » depuis 2008.
Elle a eu des postes académiques à l’Université du Queensland et fut Doyen de l’école de physiotherapy entre 2009 et 2014 à l’ « Australian Catholic University »..
Le professeur Hides fait de la recherche clinique ayant un intérêt et une utilité directe sur la communauté dans son ensemble. Ayant essentiellement étudié les lombalgies, elle a développé une méthode pour traiter les personnes soufrant de problèmes lombaires et a publie de nombreuses recherches dans de prestigieux journaux internationaux.
Elle a conduit et publié un essai contrôlé randomisé prouvant l’efficacité de son approche. Cette étude a depuis été citée de nombreuse fois et adoptée internationalement.
Plus récemment, son équipe et elle ont adapté cette nouvelle évaluation et ces nouveaux traitement aux sportifs de haut niveau dans des sports aussi variés que Le Football, le Cricket, et l’athlétisme.
Le professeur Hides est actuellement membre d’une équipe de L’Agence Spatiale Européenne étudiant la rééducation des astronautes après leurs vols dans l’espace.

Publications

Publications
Wilson A, Hides JA, Blizzard L, Winzenberg T (2016) Measuring ultrasound images of abdominal and lumbar multifidus muscles in older adults: A reliability study. Manual Therapy. Accepted 04.01.16
Hides JA, Stanton WR (2015) Predicting football injuries using size and ratio of the multifidus and quadratus lumborum muscles. SJMSS (accepted 2.12.15)
Hides JA, Lambrecht G, Stanton WR, Damann V. Changes in multifidus and abdominal muscle size in response to microgravity: possible implications for low back pain research. ESJ accepted 27.10.15
DOI: 10.1007/s00586-015-4311-5
Hides JA, Beall P, Franettovich Smith M, Stanton W, Miokovic T, Richardson C (2015): Activation of the hip adductor muscles varies during a simulated weight bearing task. Physical Therapy in Sports doi:10.1016/j.ptsp.2015.06.001
Claus AP, Hides JA, Lorimer Moseley G, Hodges PW (2015) Thoracic and lumbar posture behaviour in sitting tasks and standing: Progressing the biomechanics from observations to measurements. Applied Ergonomics, 1-8.
Gildea JE, van den Hoorn W, Hides JA, Hodges PW. Trunk Dynamics Are Impaired in Ballet Dancers with Back Pain but Improve with Imagery. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2015 Aug;47(8):1665-71. doi: 10.1249/MSS.0000000000000594
Pool-Goudzwaard AL, Belavý DL, Hides JA, Richardson CA, Snijders CJ. Low Back Pain in Microgravity and Bed Rest Studies Aerosp Med Hum Perform 2015; 86(6):541-547
Abbott R, Pedler A, Sterling M, Hides J, Murphey T, Hoggarth M, Elliott J. The geography of Fatty infiltrates within the cervical multifidus and semispinalis cervicis in individuals with chronic whiplash-associated disorders. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2015 Apr;45(4):281-8. doi: 10.2519/jospt.2015.5719. Epub 2015 Mar 4
Hides JA, Stanton WR, Mendis MD, Franettovich Smith, Sexton MJ. Small Multifidus Muscle Size Predicts Football Injuries. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine 2014 2: DOI: 10.1177/2325967114537588 http://ojs.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/2/6/2325967114537588.pdf?ijkey=eYVNSzraHKBzE9v&keytype=ref

Leung FT, Mendis D, Stanton WR and Hides JA. (2015) The relationship between the piriformis muscle, low back pain, lower limb injuries and motor control training among elite football players. J Sci Med Sport 18 (2015), 407-411 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2014.06.011
Evetts SN, Caplan N, Debuse D, Lambrecht G Damann V, Petersen N, and Hides J (2014): Post Space Mission Lumbo-pelvic Neuromuscular Reconditioning: a European Perspective. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 85(7) 764-765.
Michael Murphy, Simon Journeaux, Julie Hides, Trevor Russell, Does flexion of the femoral implant in total knee arthroplasty increase knee flexion: A randomised controlled trial, The Knee, Volume 21, Issue 1, January 2014, Pages 257-263
J Hides, W Stanton, M Smith, D Mendis, M Sexton. Small multifidus muscle size predicts football injuries. Abstracts from the IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport, Monaco 2014. Br J Sports Med 2014; 48: 607. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2014-093494.129
Mendis D, Watts M, Hayes D, Wilson S, Hides J (2014). Hip Flexor Muscle Size, Strength and Recruitment Pattern in Patients with Acetabular Labral Tears Compared to Healthy Controls. Manual Therapy. 19(5):405-410.
Hides, J.A., Stanton, W.R. (2014) Can motor control training lower the risk of injury for professional football players? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46 (4), pp. 762-768.
Gildea JE, Hides JA, Hodges PW (2014): Morphology of the abdominal muscles in ballet dancers with and without low back pain: A magnetic resonance imaging study. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports 17(5): 452-456.
Gildea JE, Hides JA, Hodges PW (2013). Size and symmetry of trunk muscles in ballet dancers with and without low back pain. JOSPT 43(8):525-533
Murphy MT, Hides JA, Russell TG. (2013). A Digital Photographic Technique for Knee Range of Motion Measurement: Performance in a Total Knee Arthroplasty Clinical Population. Open Journal of Orthopedics. 3(1) 4-9. doi:10.4236/ojo.2013.31002.
Hodges PW, McGill S, Hides JA (2013) Ch 20: Motor control of the spine and changes in pain: Debate about the extrapolation from research observations of motor control strategies to effective treatments for back pain. In: spinal control: the rehabilitation of back pain (edited by Hodges P, Van Dieen J and Cholewicki J).pp 231-239
Hodges PW, Van Dillen L, McGill S, Brumagne S, Hides JA, Moseley GL (2013) Ch 21: "Integrated clinical approach to motor control interventions in low-back and pelvic pain In: spinal control: the rehabilitation of back pain (edited by Hodges P, Van Dieen J and Cholewicki J).pp 243-309
Hides JA (2013). Ch 9.The relationship between control of the spine and low back pain: A clinical researcher’s perspective. In spinal control: the rehabilitation of back pain (edited by Hodges P, Van Dieen J and Cholewicki J.pp 99-111
Murphy MT, Journeaux SF, Hides JA, Russell TG. (2014). Does flexion of the femoral implant in total knee arthroplasty increase knee flexion: a randomised controlled trial. Knee, 21 (1), pp. 257-263.
Hides J, Stanton W. Muscle Imbalance Exists in Elite Football Players; A Longitudinal Study of Changes in Trunk Muscle Size (2012). Journal of Athletic Training, 47(3):314-319
Hyde J, Stanton W, Hides J (2012). Abdominal Muscle Response to a Simulated Weight-Bearing Task by Elite Football Players. Human Movement Science, 31 129–138

Hides JA, Stanton WR, Mendis D, Gildea J, Sexton MJ (2012): Effect of motor control training on muscle size and football games missed from Injury. MSSE 44(6), 1141-1149
Hides J, Brown C, Penfold L, Stanton W (2011). The predictive effect of lumbo-pelvic muscle size on pre-season injuries to quadriceps, hamstrings, and adductor muscles among elite football players. JOSPT ;41(10):767-75
Sitilertpisan P, Hides J, Stanton W, Paungmail A, Pirunsan U (2012). Multifidus muscle size and symmetry among elite weightlifters. Physical Therapy in Sport 13:11-15
Hides J, Stanton W, Mendis D, Sexton M (2011): The relationship of transversus abdominis and lumbar multifidus clinical muscle tests in patients with chronic low back pain. Manual Therapy 16:573-577

Hides J, Stanton W, Mendis MD, Gildea J. Effect of stabilisation training on trunk muscle size, motor control, low back pain and player availability among elite australian rules football players. Br J Sports Med. 2011 Apr;45(4):320. PubMed PMID: 21444407.

Franettovich M, Hides J, Mendis MD, Littleworth H. Muscle imbalance among elite athletes. Br J Sports Med. 2011 Apr;45(4):348-9. PubMed PMID: 21444483.

Hides J, Hughes B, Stanton W. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Assessment of Regional Abdominal Muscle Function in Elite AFL Players with and without Low Back Pain (2011): Manual Therapy 16:279-284.
Belavý D, Armbrecht G, Richardson C, Felsenberg D, Hides J (2011) Muscle atrophy and changes in spinal morphology: is the lumbar spine vulnerable after prolonged bed-rest? Spine 2011 Jan 15;36(2):137-45.
Hides JA, Lambrecht G, Richardson CA, Stanton WR, Armbrecht G, Pruett C, Damann V, Felsenberg D, Belavý DL (2011). The Effects of Rehabilitation on the Muscles of the Trunk Following Prolonged Bed-rest. European Spine Journal May;20(5):808-818
Mendis D, Wilson S, Stanton W, Hides JA. (2010) Validity of Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging to Measure Anterior Hip Muscle Size: A Comparison with MRI. JOSPT (2010 Sep;40(9):577-81.
Hides J, Fan T, Stanton W, Stanton P, McMahon K, Wilson S. (2010) Psoas and Quadratus Lumborum Muscle Asymmetry among Elite Australian Football League Players. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 40(9):577-81
Belavý DL, Armbrecht G, Gast U, Richardson CA, Hides JA, Felsenberg D (2010): Countermeasures against lumbar spine deconditioning in prolonged bed rest: resistive exercise with and without whole body vibration. J Applied Physiol. Dec;109(6):1801-11
Stewart S, Stanton WR, Wilson SJ, Hides JA (2010). Consistency in size and asymmetry of the psoas major muscle among footballers. BJSM Dec;44(16):1173-7
Hides JA, Boughen C, Stanton W, Strudwick M, Wilson S (2010). An MRI investigation of the transversus abdominis muscle during drawing in of the abdominal wall in elite AFL players with and without LBP. JOSPT 40(1):4-10.
Hides JA, Stanton WR, Wilson SJ, Freke M, McMahon S, Sims K (2010). Retraining motor control of abdominal muscles among elite cricketers with low back pain. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 20(6):834-842.
Mendis M, Hides JA, Wilson SJ, Grimaldi A, Belavy D, Stanton W, Felsenberg D, Rittweger J, Richardson CA (2009). Effect of Prolonged Bed Rest on the Anterior Hip Muscles. Gait and Posture 30 (4) 533-537.
Grimaldi AM, Richardson CA, Stanton WR, Durbridge G, Donnelly W, Hides JA (2009). The association between degenerative hip joint pathology and size of the gluteus medius, gluteus minimus and piriformis muscles. Manual Therapy. 14(6): 605-10.
Wallwork TL, Stanton W, Freke M, Hides JA. (2009) The effect of chronic low back pain on size and contraction of the lumbar multifidus muscle, Manual therapy 14(5):496-500
Grimaldi A, Richardson CA, Durbridge G, Donnelly W, Darnell R, Hides JA (2009). The association between degenerative hip joint pathology and size of the gluteus maximus and TFL muscles: An MRI study Manual Therapy, 14(6) 611-617
Claus AP, Hides JA, Lorimer Moseley G, Hodges PW (2009). Different ways to balance the spine: subtle changes in sagittal spinal curves affect regional muscle activity. Spine 34(6):E208-E214.
Hides JA (2009) Why do sonographers get low back pain? Part two: Retraining motor control, lifestyle and exercise. Sound Effects 1:40-41.
Hides JA, Belavý DL, Cassar L, Williams M, Wilson SJ, Richardson CA. Altered response of the anterolateral abdominal muscles to simulated weight-bearing in subjects with low back pain. Eur Spine J. 2009 Mar;18(3):410-8.
Hides JA (2008) Why do sonographers get low back pain? Part one: Understanding the relationship between lower back pain, posture and motor control. Sound Effects 4:38-40
Claus AP, Hides JA, Lorimer Moseley G, Hodges PW (2008). Is ‘ideal’ sitting posture real? : Measurement of spinal curves in four sitting postures. Manual Therapy 14:404-408
Hides JA, Stanton W, Freke M, Wilson S, McMahon S, Richardson C (2008): MRI study of the Size, Symmetry and Function of the Trunk Muscles among Elite Cricketers With and Without Low Back Pain. BJSM 42(10):809-813
Belavy D, Hides JA, Wilson S, Stanton WR, Dimeo FC, Rittweger J, Felsenberg D, Richardson CA (2008): Resistive simulated weightbearing exercise with whole body vibration reduces lumbar spine deconditioning in bedrest. Spine 33(5): E121-E131
Hides J, Gilmore C, Stanton W and Bohlscheid E (2008): Multifidus size and symmetry among chronic lower back pain and health asymptomatic subjects. Manual Therapy 13 (1):43-49.
Hides JA, Stanton W, McMahon S, Sims K, Richardson C (2008): The effect of stabilization training on multifidus muscle size among young elite cricketers. JOSPT 38(3): 101-108.
Hides JA, Belavý DL, Wilson SJ, Rittweger J, Felsenberg Richardson C (2007) MRI Assessment of Trunk Muscles During Prolonged Bed Rest. Spine 32(15):1687-1692
Stokes M, Hides J, Elliot J, Kiesel K, Hodges P (2007) Rehabilitative ultrasound imaging of the posterior paraspinal muscles, JOSPT 37 (10):581-595.
Teyhen DS, Gill NW, Whittaker JL, Henry SM, Hides JA, Hodges PW (2007) Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging of the Abdominal Muscles JOSPT 37(8):450-466.
Hides JA, Miokovic T, Belavy D, Stanton W, Richardson C (2007): Ultrasound imaging assessment of abdominal muscle function during drawing-in of the abdominal wall: An intrarater reliability study. JOSPT37(8): 480-486
Hides JA, Wong I, Wilson S, Belavy D, Richardson CA (2007): Assessment of abdominal muscle function during a stimulated unilateral weight-bearing task using ultrasound imaging. JOSPT 37(8):467-471
Wallwork T, Hides J, Stanton W, Belavy D (2007): Intrarater and interrater reliability of Assessment of Lumbar Multifidus muscle thickness using rehabilitative ultrasound imaging. JOSPT 37(10):608-612.
Claus A, Hides J, Moseley L, Hodges P (2008). Standing or sitting: do postures and disc pressures predict annulus stress, degeneration or low back pain? J of Electromyography & Kinesiology 18 (4): 550-558
Whittaker JL, Whitman JM, Stokes M, Hides JA, Childs JL, Teyhen DS (2006): Professional issues associated with use of rehabilitative ultrasound imaging by physical therapists. JOSPT (Abs) 36(8): A5-6
Hides JA (2006): Rehabilitative ultrasound imaging of the lumbar multifidus muscle: Biofeedback training, clinical and research applications. JOSPT (Abs) 36(8): A12
Hides JA (2006): Ultrasound imaging of the lateral abdominal muscles: Validation of ultrasound imaging by comparison with magnetic resonance imaging. JOSPT (Abs) 36(8): A7-A8
Van K, Hides JA, Richardson CA (2006): The Use of Real- time Ultrasound Imaging for Biofeedback of Multifidus Muscle Contraction in Healthy Subjects. JOSPT: 36(12) 920-925.
Pirouzi S, Hides JA, Richardson C, Darnell R, Toppenberg R (2006): Low back pain patients demonstrate increased hip extensor muscle activity during standardised submaximal rotation efforts. Spine 31(26): E999-E1005
Hides J, Wilson S, Stanton W, McMahon S, Keto H, McMahon K, Bryant M, Richardson C (2006): MRI investigation into the function of the transversus abdominis muscle during ‘drawing in’ of the abdominal wall. Spine: 31(6)E175-E178.

Belavy DL, Richardson CA, Wilson S, Darnell R, Hides J, Toppenberg R, Elmann-Larsen B, Rittweger J, Felsenberg D (2005): Long-term overactivity in the oblique abdominal muscles after 8 weeks bedrest. Possible implications for musculoskeletal health. Journal of Gravitational Physiology 12(1) 157-158.
Richardson C, Hides J, Wilson S, Belavy D, Stanton W, McCook D, Elmann-Larson B, Rittweger J, Felsenberg D (2005). MRI measures of the lumbo-pelvic muscles in bedrest
and follow-up: Implications for exercise countermeasures in microgravity. Journal of Gravitational Physiology 12(1): 117-118.
Richardson CA, Hides JA, Wilson S, Stanton W, Snijders CJ (2004): Lumbo-pelvic joint protection against antigravity forces: motor control and segmental stiffness assessed with magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Gravitational Physiology 11(2): 119-122.
Richardson CA, Hides JA (2004) Chapter 31: The rationale for a motor control program for the treatment of spinal muscle dysfunction. In: Boyling J, Jull G (eds) Modern Manual Therapy of the Vertebral Column. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, pp. 443-450.
Richardson CA, Hides JA (2004): Chapter 5: stiffness of the lumbo-pelvic region for load transfer. Appendix: the use of real-time ultrasound imaging in Physiotherapy. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Hides JA (2004) Chapter 8: Joint injury. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Hides JA (2004) Chapter 11: Paraspinal mechanisms in low back pain. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Richardson CA, Hides JA, Hodges P (2004) Chapter 13: Principles of the ‘segmental stabilization’ exercise model. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Hides JA, Richardson CA, Hodges P (2004) Chapter 14: Local segmental control. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Richardson CA, Hides JA (2004) Chapter 15: Closed chain segmental control. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Richardson CA, Hides JA (2004) Chapter 16: Open chain segmental control and progression into function. In: Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004). Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilisation: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Richardson CA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (2004): Therapeutic Exercise for Lumbopelvic Stabilization: A Motor Control Approach for the Treatment and Prevention of Low Back Pain. Churchill Livingstone: Edinburgh.
*Hides JA, Richardson CA, Jull GA (2003): Use of real-time ultrasound for feedback in rehabilitation. In: Beeton K (ed.) Manual Therapy Masterclasses: The Vertebral Column. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, pp127-138.
Richardson CA, Hides JA (2003) Chapter 41: The rationale for a motor control program for the treatment of spinal muscle dysfunction. In: Boyling J, Jull G (eds). Modern Manual Therapy of the Vertebral Column.
Hides JA, Richardson CA (2003): Segmental stabilisation training in lumbo-pelvic pain disorders. New Zealand Journal of Sports Medicine 31(1): 10-18.
Hides JA (2003): The role of core stability muscles in the assessment and treatment of low back pain. Scientific basis for back stabilization programmes. CPD Rheumatology Journal 3(3): 82-85.
*Richardson CA, Snijders CJ, Hides JA, Damen L, Pas MS, Storm J (2002): The relationship between the transversely oriented abdominal muscles, sacroiliac joint mechanics and low back pain. Spine 27(4):399-405.
Hides JA, Richardson CA (2002): Exercise and pain. In: Strong J, Unruh A, Wright A, Baxter G (Eds). Pain: A Textbook for Therapists. Churchill Livingstone. pp. 245-267.
*Hides JA, Jull GA, Richardson CA (2001): Long-term effects of specific stabilizing exercises for first episode low back pain, Spine 26(11):e243-e248.
Richardson CA, Jull GA, Hides JA (2000): A new clinical model of the muscle dysfunction linked to the disturbance of spinal stability: Implications for treatment of low back pain. In: Twomey L, Taylor JR (eds) Physical Therapy of the Low Back. Churchill Livingstone, pp. 249-268.
Hides JA, Scott Q, Jull G, Richardson C (2000): A clinical palpation test to check the activation of the deep stabilising muscles of the spine. International Sportmed Journal (ISMJ) 1(4).
Richardson CA, Jull GA, Hodges PW, Hides JA (1999): Therapeutic Exercise for Spinal Segmental Stabilization in Low Back Pain. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Hides JA (1999): The deep stabilising muscles of the lumbo-pelvic regions: Observations of the pre- and post partum periods. Journal of the National Continence and Women’s Health Group 17: 12-14.
Hides JA (1999): New directions for the conservative management of low back pain: A review of a back stabilisation program. Australian Musculoskeletal Medicine 4(2): 42-45.

Hides JA, Richardson CA, Jull GA (1998): Use of real-time ultrasound imaging for feedback in rehabilitation. Manual Therapy 3(3):125-131.
Hides JA, Jull GA, Richardson CA, Hodges PW (1997): Local joint stabilisation: Specific assessment and exercises for low back pain. Manual Therapie, 8-15.
Stokes M, Hides J, Nassiri DK (1997): Musculoskeletal ultrasound imaging: diagnostic and treatment aid in rehabilitation. Physical Therapy Reviews 2(2): 73-92.
*Hides JA, Richardson CA, Jull GA (1996): Multifidus muscle recovery is not automatic following resolution of acute first episode low back pain. Spine 21(23) 2763-2769.
Grant RJ, Forrester CA, Hides JA (1995): Screen based keyboard operation: the adverse effects on the neural system. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 41(2):99-107.
Hides JA, Richardson CA, Jull GA, Davies SE (1995): Ultrasound imaging in rehabilitation. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 41(3): 187-193.
Hides JA, Richardson CA, Jull GA (1995): MRI and ultrasonography of the lumbar multifidus muscle. Spine 20(1): 54-58.
Hides JA, Stokes MJ, Saide M, Jull GA and Cooper DH (1994): Evidence of lumbar multifidus muscle wasting ipsilateral to symptoms in patients with acute/subacute low back pain. Spine 19(2): 165-172.
Hides JA, Cooper DH and Stokes MJ (1992): Diagnostic ultrasound imaging for measurement of the lumbar multifidus muscle in normal young adults. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 8 : 19-26.
Stokes MJ, Hides JA, Jull GA, Cooper DH (1992): Mechanism of Human paraspinal muscle wasting with acute low back pain. Journal of Physiology (Abs) 452 : 2801.
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