Daniel Kernell

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University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands 
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Post M, Bayrak S, Kernell D, et al. (2008) Contralateral muscle activity and fatigue in the human first dorsal interosseous muscle. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 105: 70-82
Kernell D. (2003) Principles of force gradation in skeletal muscles. Neural Plasticity. 10: 69-76
Ament W, Verkerke GJ, Kernell D. (2003) Change of required foot impact position during running to exhaustion on a treadmill. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 24: 473-80
Lorist MM, Kernell D, Meijman TF, et al. (2002) Motor fatigue and cognitive task performance in humans. The Journal of Physiology. 545: 313-9
Wang LC, Kernell D. (2002) Recovery of type I fiber regionalization in gastrocnemius medialis of the rat after reinnervation along original and foreign paths, with and without muscle rotation. Neuroscience. 114: 629-40
Kernell D. (2002) Things we know and do not know about motoneurones. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 508: 187-92
Wang L, Copray S, Brouwer N, et al. (2002) Regional distribution of slow-twitch muscle fibers after reinnervation in adult rat hindlimb muscles. Muscle & Nerve. 25: 805-15
Wang LC, Kernell D. (2001) Fibre type regionalisation in lower hindlimb muscles of rabbit, rat and mouse: a comparative study. Journal of Anatomy. 199: 631-43
Zijdewind I, Kernell D. (2001) Bilateral interactions during contractions of intrinsic hand muscles. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85: 1907-13
Wang LC, Kernell D. (2001) Quantification of fibre type regionalisation: an analysis of lower hindlimb muscles in the rat. Journal of Anatomy. 198: 295-308
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