Items where Author is "Davison, Glen"

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Ogden, Henry B., Fallowfield, Joanne L., Child, Robert B., Davison, Glen, Fleming, Simon C., Delves, Simon K., Millyard, Alison, Westwood, Caroline S. and Layden, Joseph D. (2021) Acute L-Glutamine Supplementation does not improve Gastrointestinal Permeability, Injury or Microbial Translocation in Response to Exhaustive High Intensity Exertional-Heat Stress. European Journal of Sport Science. pp. 1-28. ISSN 1746-1391

Ogden, Henry B., Fallowfield, Joanne L., Child, Robert B., Davison, Glen, Fleming, Simon C., Delves, Simon K., Milyard, Alison, Westwood, Caroline S. and Layden, Joseph D. (2021) No protective benefits of low dose acute L-glutamine supplementation on small intestinal permeability, epithelial injury and bacterial translocation biomarkers in response to subclinical exertional-heat stress: A randomised cross-over trial. Temperature. ISSN 2332-8959 (In Press)

Ogden, Henry B., Fallowfield, Joanne L., Child, Robert B., Davison, Glen, Fleming, Simon C., Delves, Simon K., Millyard, Alison, Westwood, Caroline S. and Layden, Joseph D. (2020) Influence of aerobic fitness on gastrointestinal barrier integrity and microbial translocation following a fixed-intensity military exertional heat stress test. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 120 (10). pp. 2325-2337. ISSN 1439-6319

Ogden, Henry B., Fallowfield, Joanne L., Child, Robert B., Davison, Glen, Fleming, Simon C., Edinburgh, Robert M., Delves, Simon K., Millyard, Alison, Westwood, Caroline S. and Layden, Joseph D. (2020) Reliability of Gastrointestinal Barrier Integrity and Microbial Translocation Biomarkers at Rest and Following Exertional Heat Stress. Physiological Reports, 8 (5). ISSN 2051-817X

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