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Douglas A. Keen

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
"Douglas Keen"
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Andrew Fuglevand grad student 2002 University of Arizona
 (Neural and muscular control of the human extensor digitorum muscle.)
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Harris PR, Keen DA, Constantopoulos E, et al. (2019) Fluid type influences acute hydration and muscle performance recovery in human subjects. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 16: 15
Keen DA, Chou LW, Nordstrom MA, et al. (2012) Short-term synchrony in diverse motor nuclei presumed to receive different extents of direct cortical input. Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 3264-75
Fuglevand AJ, Dutoit AP, Johns RK, et al. (2006) Evaluation of plateau-potential-mediated 'warm up' in human motor units. The Journal of Physiology. 571: 683-93
Keen DA, Fuglevand AJ. (2004) Distribution of motor unit force in human extensor digitorum assessed by spike-triggered averaging and intraneural microstimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 91: 2515-23
Keen DA, Fuglevand AJ. (2004) Common input to motor neurons innervating the same and different compartments of the human extensor digitorum muscle. Journal of Neurophysiology. 91: 57-62
Keen DA, Fuglevand AJ. (2003) Role of intertendinous connections in distribution of force in the human extensor digitorum muscle. Muscle & Nerve. 28: 614-22
Fuglevand AJ, Keen DA. (2003) Re-evaluation of muscle wisdom in the human adductor pollicis using physiological rates of stimulation. The Journal of Physiology. 549: 865-75
Bilodeau M, Keen DA, Sweeney PJ, et al. (2000) Strength training can improve steadiness in persons with essential tremor. Muscle & Nerve. 23: 771-8
Laidlaw DH, Kornatz KW, Keen DA, et al. (1999) Strength training improves the steadiness of slow lengthening contractions performed by old adults. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 87: 1786-95
Laidlaw DH, Kornatz KW, Keen DA, et al. (1998) STRENGTH TRAINING IMPROVES THE STEADINESS OF SLOW ECCENTRIC CONTRACTIONS IN OLDER ADULTS. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 30: 194
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