Fysiologian yksikkö
Department of Physiology

Julkaisut 2006
Publications 2006

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1 Alaei HA et al. Treadmill running reverses retention deficit induced by morphine.
2 Atalay M et al. Dietary antioxidants for the athlete.
3 Barengo NC et al. Different forms of physical activity and cardiovascular risk factors among 24-64-year-old men and women in Finland.
4 Borodulin K et al. Association of leisure time physical activity abdomimal obesity with fsting serum insulin and 2-h postchallenge plasma glucose levels.
5 Gylling HK et al. Ester percentages of plant sterols and cholesterol in chylomicrons and VLDL of humans with low and high sterol absorption.
6 Hallikainen M et al. Endothelial function in hypercholesterolemic subjects: Effects of plant stanol and sterol esters.
7 Hallikainen M et al. Interaction between cholesterol and glucose metabolism during dietary carbohydrate midification in subjects with the metabolic syndrome 1-3.
8 Hallikainen M et al. Postprandial behavior of plasma squalene and non-cholesterol sterols in men with varying cholesterol sbsorbtion.
9 Hassinen M et al. Metabolic syndrome and the progression of carotid intima-media thickness in elderly women.
10 Hassinen M et al. C-reactive protein and metabolic syndrome in elderly women. A 12-year follow-up study.
11 Herder C et al. Systemic immune mediators and lifestyle changes in the prevention of type 2 diabetes. Results from the Finnish diabes prevention study.
12 Hu G et al. Lifestyle management in the metabolic syndrome.
13 Hu G et al. Exercise, genetics and prevention of type 2 diabetes.
14 Hänninen O. Selkävaivoihin käypää ennaltaehkäisyä, hoitoa ja kuntoutusta.
15 Hänninen O, Koskelo R. Prevention of low back pain and back health of seated human.
16 Hänninen O, Monos E. Semmelweis' Finnish connections: the promotion of obsteric and general hospital hygiene.
17 Hänninen O et al. Semmelweis' discovery and its Finnish follow-up.
18 Kinnunen S et al. Heart rate variability in trotters during different training periods.
19 Koskelo R. Säädettävien kalusteiden vaikutukset tuki- ja liikuntaelimistön terveyteen lukiolaisilla.
20 Koskelo R et al. Sitting and standing postures are corrected by adjustable school desks and post growth cessation.
21 Lakka H-M et al. The TNF-a G-308A polymorphism is associated with C-reactive protein levels: The HERITAGE Family Study.
22 Lakka TA et al. Letter to the editor (Exercise and inflammation; reply).
23 Lakka TA et al. Quantitative trait locus on chromosme 20q13 for plasma levels of C-reactive protein in healthy whites: the HERITAGE family sudy.
24 Laukkanen JA et al. Systolic blood pressure response to exercise testing is related to the risk of acute myocardial infarction in middle-aged men.
25 Laukkanen JA et al. Peak oxygen pulse during exercise as a predictor for coronary heart disease and all cause death.
26 Leinonen V et al. Back and neck extensor loading and back pain provocation in urban bus drivers.
27 Lewandowicz AM et al. The 'allosteric modulator' SCH-202676 disrupts G protein-coupled receptor function via sulphydryl-sensitive mechanisms.
28 Lintu N et al. Intelligent garments in prehospital emergency care.
29 Lintu N et al. Lihastoimintaa mittaava älyvaate kuntoutujan apuna.
30 Lintu NS et al. Reactions to cold exposure emphasize the need for weather protection in prehospital care: an experimental study.
31 Oksala NKJ et al. Antireflux surgery and esophageal mucosal DNA damage.
32 Oksala NKJ et al. Heat shock protein 60 response to exercise in diabetes. Effects of alpha-lipoic acid supplementation.
33 Palomäki VAB, Laitinen JT. The basic secretagogue compound 48/80 activates G proteins indirectly via stimulaiton of phospholipase D-lysophosphatidic acid receptor axis and 5-HT1A receptors in rat brain sections.
34 Parkkari T et al. Alpha-methylated derivatives of 2-arachidonoyl glycerol: synthesis, CB1 receptor activity, and enzymatic stability.
35 Parkkari T et al. Synthesis and CB1receptor activities of dimethylheptyl derivatives of 2-arachidonoyl glycerol (2-AG) and 2-arachidonyl glyceryl ether (2-AGE).
36 Parkkari T et al. Synthesis, cannabinoid receptor activity, and enzymatic stability of reversed amide derivatives of arachidonoyl ethanolamide.
37 Raitio KH et al. Synthesis and SAR studies of 2-oxoquinoline derivatives as CB2 receptor inverse agonists.
38 Ritvanen T. Seasonal Psychophysiological Stress of Teachers Related to Age and Aerobic Fitness.
39 Ritvanen T et al. Responses of the autonomic nervous system during periods of perceived high and low work stress in younger and older female teachers.
40 Ropponen A. Comparison of the roles of common constitutional and behavioural parameters on back performance estimates.
41 Saario SM et al. URB754 has no effect on the hydrolysis or signaling capacity of 2-AG in the rat brain.
42 Salanterä S et al. Kivun hoitotyö.
43 Salo OMH et al. 3D-QSAR studies on cannabinoid CB1 receptor agonists: G-protein activation as biological data.
44 Savonen KP et al. Heart rate response during exercise test and cardiovascular mortality in middle-aged men.
45 Schuman N-P et al. Topographische verteilung myoelektrischer aktivität in der region des M. trapezius - armhaltungsbezogene aktivierungsmuster und der einfluss von schmerz.
46 Virtanen JK et al. High dietary methionine intake increases the risk of acute coronary events in middle-aged men.
47 Zaproudina N, Hänninen O. Efficacy of Finnish traditional bone setting in chronic low back and neck-shoulder pain.
48 Ågren JJ et al. Postprandial lipemic response and lipoprotein composition in subjects with low or high cholesterol absorption efficiency.

Fysiologian yksikkö Department of Physiology
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