Charles L. Rice, PhD

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University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
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Gilmore KJ, Kirk EA, Doherty TJ, et al. (2020) Abnormal motor unit firing rates in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 414: 116859
Copithorne DB, Rice CL, McNeil CJ. (2020) The effect of blood flow occlusion on corticospinal excitability during sustained low-intensity isometric elbow flexion. Journal of Neurophysiology
Hali K, Dalton BH, Harwood B, et al. (2020) Differential Modulation of Motor Unit Properties from the Separate Components of the Triceps Surae in Humans. Neuroscience
Gilmore KJ, Fanous J, Doherty TJ, et al. (2019) Nerve dysfunction leads to muscle morphological abnormalities in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy assessed by MRI. Clinical Anatomy (New York, N.Y.)
Copithorne DB, Rice CL. (2019) Neuromuscular Function and Blood Flow Occlusion with Dynamic Arm Flexor Contractions. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Hali K, Kirk EA, Rice CL. (2019) Effect of knee joint position on triceps surae motor unit recruitment and firing rates. Experimental Brain Research
Kirk EA, Gilmore KJ, Stashuk DW, et al. (2019) Human motor unit characteristics of the superior trapezius muscle with age-related comparisons. Journal of Neurophysiology
Copithorne DB, Rice CL. (2019) The effect of blood flow occlusion during acute low-intensity isometric elbow flexion exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology
Kirk EA, Gilmore KJ, Rice CL. (2018) Response to "An objective criterion for stimulation intensity may be necessary to properly assess muscle contractile properties". Journal of Neurophysiology. 120: 3288
Kirk EA, Singh SM, Rice CL. (2018) The ATP2A2 rs3026468 does not associate with quadriceps contractile properties and acute muscle potentiation in humans. Physiological Genomics
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