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The effects of mode of exercise on breathing patterns chest wall motion and breathlessness during progressive incremental exercise in humans



The effects of mode of exercise on breathing patterns chest wall motion and breathlessness during progressive incremental exercise in humans



Journal of Physiology (Cambridge) 429: 103P




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