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    • Exercise training in chronic hypoxia has no effect on ventilatory muscle function in humans 

      Thomas, Rickey G; LaStayo, Paul C; Hoppeler, Hans; Favier, Roland; Ferretti, Guido; Kayser, Bengt; Desplanches, Dominique; Spielvogel, Hilde; Lindstedt, Stan L (Respiration Physiology, 1998)
      Abstract At the highest altitude, aerobic work is limited by environmental oxygen availability. We therefore reasoned that the hyperpnea associated with endurance training at altitude should provide a strong stimulus for ...
    • Lactate and epinephrine during exercise in altitude natives 

      Kayser, Bengt; Favier, Roland; Ferretti, Guido; Desplanches, Dominique; Spielvogel, Hilde; Koubi, Harry; Sempore, Brigitte; Hoppeler, Hans (American Physiological Society, 1996)
      Abstract. We tested the hypothesis that the reported low blood lactate accumulation ([La]) during exercise in altitude-native humans is refractory to hypoxianormoxia transitions by investigating whether acute changes in ...
    • Maximal exercise performance in chronic hypoxia and acute normoxia in high-altitude natives 

      Favier, Roland; Spielvogel, Hilde; Desplanches, Dominique; Ferretti, Guido; Kayser, Bengt; Hoppeler, Hans (J. Appl. Physiol., 1995)
      Maximal O₂ uptake (VO₂max) was determined on a bicycle ergometer in chronic hipoxia (CH) and during acute exposure to normoxia (AN) in 50 healthy Young men who were born and had lived at 3,600 m altitude (La Paz, Bolivia). ...