Brian Dalton

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University of British Columbia, Okanagan 
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Ha PL, Peters WB, McGeehan MA, et al. (2022) Age-related reduction in peak power and increased postural displacement variability are related to enhanced vestibular-evoked balance responses in females. Experimental Gerontology. 160: 111670
Allen MD, Dalton BH, Gilmore KJ, et al. (2021) Neuroprotective effects of exercise on the aging human neuromuscular system. Experimental Gerontology. 111465
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
Power GA, Dalton BH, Gilmore KJ, et al. (2017) Maintaining Motor Units into Old Age: Running the Final Common Pathway. European Journal of Translational Myology. 27: 6597
Peters RM, Dalton BH, Blouin JS, et al. (2017) Precise coding of ankle angle and velocity by human calf muscle spindles. Neuroscience
Kirk EA, Copithorne DB, Dalton BH, et al. (2016) Motor unit firing rates of the gastrocnemii during maximal and sub-maximal isometric contractions in young and old men. Neuroscience
Power GA, Flaaten N, Dalton BH, et al. (2016) Age-related maintenance of eccentric strength: a study of temperature dependence. Age (Dordrecht, Netherlands). 38: 43
Power GA, Dalton BH, Rice CL. (2013) Human neuromuscular structure and function in old age: A brief review. Journal of Sport and Health Science. 2: 215-226
Power GA, Dalton BH, Behm DG, et al. (2012) Motor unit survival in lifelong runners is muscle dependent. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 44: 1235-42
Power GA, Dalton BH, Rice CL, et al. (2010) Delayed recovery of velocity-dependent power loss following eccentric actions of the ankle dorsiflexors. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 109: 669-76
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