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  1. Block 1 - Introdution 2 items
  2. Block 2 - Genes and proteins 10 items
    1. Acute Exercise Remodels Promoter Methylation in Human Skeletal Muscle - Romain Barrès, Jie Yan, Brendan Egan, Jonas Thue Treebak 03/2012

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    2. MicroRNA-133 controls cardiac hypertrophy - Alessandra Carè, Daniele Catalucci, Federica Felicetti, Désirée Bonci 2007-5

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    3. Aerobic exercise training promotes physiological cardiac remodeling involving a set of microRNAs - Tiago Fernandes, Valério G. Baraúna, Carlos E. Negrão, M. Ian Phillips 15/08/2015

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    4. Calcineurin/NFAT Coupling Participates in Pathological, but not Physiological, Cardiac Hypertrophy - Benjamin J. Wilkins, Yan-Shan Dai, Orlando F. Bueno, Stephanie A. Parsons 09/01/2004

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  3. Block 3 - Genomics and proteomics 7 items
    1. Aerobic capacity-dependent differences in cardiac gene expression - Anja Bye, Mette Langaas, Morten A. Høydal, Ole Johan Kemi 03/2008

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  4. Block 4 - The Heart 6 items
  5. Block 5 - The skeletal muscle 7 items
    1. Connective tissue growth factor and cardiac fibrosis - A. Daniels, M. van Bilsen, R. Goldschmeding, G. J. van der Vusse 03/2009

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    2. Deficiency of TIMP-1 exacerbates LV remodeling after myocardial infarction in mice - Esther E. J. M. Creemers, Jeniffer N. Davis, Andrea M. Parkhurst, Peter Leenders 01/2003

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  6. Block 6 - Connective tissue 5 items
    1. Evolution of skeletal type e–c coupling - Valentina Di Biase, Clara Franzini-Armstrong 21/11/2005

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  7. Block 7 - The vascular system 6 items
    1. Time-course of endothelial adaptation following acute and regular exercise - Per Magnus Haram, Volker Adams, Ole Johan Kemi, Alf O. Brubakk 08/2006

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  8. Block 8 - Energy metabolism 6 items
    1. Recovery of power output and muscle metabolites following 30 s of maximal sprint cycling in man - Gregory C. Bogdanis, Mary E. Nevill, Leslie H. Boobis, Henryk K. A. Lakomy 15 January 1995

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    2. Role of AMPK in skeletal muscle metabolic regulation and adaptation in relation to exercise - Sebastian B. Jørgensen, Erik A. Richter, Jørgen F. P. Wojtaszewski 01/07/2006

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  9. Block 9 - Health and disease 3 items
  10. Block 10 - Summary 2 items
    1. Integrative Biology of Exercise - John A. Hawley, Mark Hargreaves, Michael J. Joyner, Juleen R. Zierath 11/2014

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    2. Running Forward - Glenn C. Rowe, Adeel Safdar, Zolt Arany 18/02/2014

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  11. Other reading 10 items
    1. Physiological myocardial hypertrophy: how and why? - Daniele Catalucci, Michael VG Latronico, Oyvind Ellingsen, Gianluigi Condorelli 1 January 2008

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    2. Hormones as doping in sports - Leonidas H. Duntas, Vera Popovic 2013-4

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    3. Growth hormone doping: a review - Peter Sonksen, Richard Holt, Ioulietta Erotokritou-Mulligan 07/2011

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    4. Hodgkin's lymphoma in a cyclist treated with growth hormone - Nicola Magnavita, Luciana Teofili, Giuseppe Leone May 1996

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    5. Allometric cascade as a unifying principle of body mass effects on metabolism - Charles-A. Darveau, Raul K. Suarez, Russel D. Andrews, Peter W. Hochachka 09 May 2002

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