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    1. Clanton, TL; Klawitter, PF
      Physiological and genomic consequences of intermittent hypoxia - Invited Review: Adaptive responses of skeletal muscle to intermittent hypoxia: the known and the unknown

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Kennedy, SL; Stanley, WC; Panchal, AR; Mazzeo, RS
      Alterations in enzymes involved in fat metabolism after acute and chronic altitude exposure

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Peltonen, JE; Tikkanen, HO; Rusko, HK
      Cardiorespiratory responses to exercise in acute hypoxia, and normoxia

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Basnyat, B; Cumbo, TA; Edelman, R
      Infections at high altitude

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    5. Gudjonsdottir, M; Appendini, L; Baderna, P; Purro, A; Patessio, A; Vilianis, G; Pastorelli, M; Sigurdsson, SB; Donner, CF
      Diaphragm fatigue during exercise at high altitude: the role of hypoxia and workload

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    6. Westerterp, KR
      Energy and water balance at high altitude

      NEWS IN PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. Bailey, DM
      The last "oxygenless" ascent of Mt Everest

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    8. Joanny, P; Steinberg, J; Robach, P; Richalet, JP; Gortan, C; Gardette, B; Jammes, Y
      Operation Everest III (Comex'97): the effect of simulated severe hypobarichypoxia on lipid peroxidation and antioxidant defence systems in human blood at rest and after maximal exercise

      RESUSCITATION
    9. Schneider, A; Greene, RE; Keyl, C; Bandinelli, G; Passino, C; Spadacini, G; Bonfichi, M; Arcaini, L; Malcovati, L; Boiardi, A; Feil, P; Bernardi, L
      Peripheral arterial vascular function at altitude: sea-level natives versus Himalayan high-altitude natives

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    10. Cenderelli, DA; Wohl, EE
      Peak discharge estimates of glacial-lake outburst floods and "normal" climatic floods in the Mount Everest region, Nepal

      GEOMORPHOLOGY
    11. Lundby, C; Moller, P; Kanstrup, IL; Olsen, NV
      Heart rate response to hypoxic exercise: role of dopamine D-2-receptors and effect of oxygen supplementation

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    12. Hug, DH; Hunter, JK; Dunkerson, DD
      Malnutrition, urocanic acid, and sun may interact to suppress immunity in sojourners to high altitude

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    13. Harnett, BM; Satava, R; Angood, P; Merriam, NR; Doarn, CR; Merrell, RC
      The benefits of integrating internet technology with standard communications for telemedicine in extreme environments

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    14. Myers, JN
      The physiology behind exercise testing

      PRIMARY CARE
    15. Thornton, GJP; Oliver, LS; West, AJ
      Acid sensitivity of three large Nepalese catchments: Case study of Bhote Kosi, Everest and Langtang

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    16. Basnyat, B
      High-altitude illness.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    17. van Hall, G; Calbet, JAL; Sondergaard, H; Saltin, B
      The re-establishment of the normal blood lactate response to exercise in humans after prolonged acclimatization to altitude

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    18. Huey, RB; Eguskitza, X
      Limits to human performance: elevated risks on high mountains

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    19. Schoene, RB
      Limits of human lung function at high altitude

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    20. Hornbein, TF
      The high-altitude brain

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Hoppeler, H; Vogt, M
      Muscle tissue adaptations to hypoxia

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Westerterp, KR
      Limits to sustainable human metabolic rate

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    23. Noakes, TD; Peltonen, JE; Rusko, HK
      Evidence that a central governor regulates exercise performance during acute hypoxia and hyperoxia

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    24. Viskupic, K; Hodges, KV
      Monazite-xenotime thermochronometry: methodology and an example from the Nepalese Himalaya

      CONTRIBUTIONS TO MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY
    25. Boushel, R; Calbet, JAL; Radegran, G; Sondergaard, H; Wagner, PD; Saltin, B
      Parasympathetic neural activity accounts for the lowering of exercise heart rate at high altitude

      CIRCULATION
    26. Green, HJ; Roy, B; Grant, S; Hughson, R; Burnett, M; Otto, C; Pipe, A; McKenzie, D; Johnson, M
      Increases in submaximal cycling efficiency mediated by altitude acclimatization

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Katayama, K; Sato, Y; Morotome, Y; Shima, N; Ishida, K; Mori, S; Miyamura, M
      Cardiovascular response to hypoxia after endurance training at altitude and sea level and after detraining

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Hepple, RT; Hogan, MC; Stary, C; Bebout, DE; Mathieu-Costello, O; Wagner, PD
      Structural basis of muscle O-2 diffusing capacity: evidence from muscle function in situ

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Mawson, JT; Braun, B; Rock, PB; Moore, LG; Mazzeo, R; Butterfield, GE
      Women at altitude: energy requirement at 4,300 m

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Kinoshita, N; Yamazaki, H; Onishi, S; Oguma, Y; Katsukawa, F; Horii, M
      Physiological profile of middle-aged and older climbers who ascended Gasherbrum II, an 8035-m Himalayan peak

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
    31. Laffey, JG; Engelberts, D; Kavanagh, BP
      Injurious effects of hypocapnic alkalosis in the isolated lung

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    32. Benn, DI; Lehmkuhl, F
      Mass balance and equilibrium-line altitudes of glaciers in high-mountain environments

      QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL
    33. Taylor, PJ; Mitchell, WA
      The Quaternary glacial history of the Zanskar Range, north-west Indian Himalaya

      QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL
    34. Hou, SG; Qin, DH; Wake, CP; Mayewski, PA; Ren, JW; Yang, QZ
      Climatological significance of an ice core net-accumulation record at Mt. Qomolangma (Everest)

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    35. Noakes, TD
      Physiological models to understand exercise fatigue and the adaptations that predict or enhance athletic performance

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE & SCIENCE IN SPORTS
    36. Lombardo, B; Rolfo, F
      Two contrasting eclogite types in the Himalayas: implications for the Himalayan orogeny

      JOURNAL OF GEODYNAMICS
    37. Sawka, MN; Convertino, VA; Eichner, ER; Schnieder, SM; Young, AJ
      Blood volume: importance and adaptations to exercise training, environmental stresses, and trauma/sickness

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    38. Caquelard, F; Burnet, H; Tagliarini, F; Cauchy, E; Richalet, JP; Jammes, Y
      Effects of prolonged hypobaric hypoxia on human skeletal muscle function and electromyographic events

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    39. Casas, M; Casas, H; Pages, T; Rama, R; Ricart, A; Ventura, JL; Ibanez, J; Rodriguez, FA; Viscor, G
      Intermittent hypobaric hypoxia induces altitude acclimation and improves the lactate threshold

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    40. Hendricks, DM; Pollock, NW; Natoli, MJ; Vann, RD
      Mountaineering oxygen mask performance at 4572 m

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    41. Simpson, RL; Parrish, RR; Searle, MP; Waters, DJ
      Two episodes of monazite crystallization during metamorphism and crustal melting in the Everest region of the Nepalese Himalaya

      GEOLOGY
    42. Garcia, N; Hopkins, SR; Powell, FL
      Effects of intermittent hypoxia on the isocapnic hypoxic ventilatory response and erythropoiesis in humans

      RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Wagner, PD
      Reduced maximal cardiac output at altitude - mechanisms and significance

      RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY
    44. Bolmont, B; Thullier, F; Abraini, JH
      Relationships between mood states and performances in reaction time, psychomotor ability, and mental efficiency during a 31-day gradual decompressionin a hypobaric chamber from sea level to 8848 m equivalent altitude

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    45. Richards, BWM; Benn, DI; Owen, LA; Rhodes, EJ; Spencer, JQ
      Timing of late Quaternary glaciations south of Mount Everest in the KhumbuHimal, Nepal

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    46. Conybeare, DM; Shaw, HF
      Fracturing, overpressure release and carbonate cementation in the Everest Complex, North Sea

      CLAY MINERALS
    47. Lundby, C; Saltin, B; van Hall, G
      The 'lactate paradox', evidence for a transient change in the course of acclimatization to severe hypoxia in lowlanders

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    48. Pagani, M; Ansjon, R; Lind, F; Uusijarvi, J; Sumen, G; Jonsson, C; Salmaso, D; Jacobsson, H; Larsson, SA
      Effects of acute hypobaric hypoxia on regional cerebral blood flow distribution: a Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography study in humans

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    49. Carosi, R; Lombardo, B; Musumeci, G; Pertusati, PC
      Geology of the Higher Himalayan Crystallines in Khumbu Himal (Eastern Nepal)

      JOURNAL OF ASIAN EARTH SCIENCES
    50. Bouquet, CA; Gardette, B; Gortan, C; Abraini, JH
      Psychomotor skills learning under chronic hypoxia

      NEUROREPORT
    51. Mason, NP; Barry, PW; Despiau, G; Gardette, B; Richalet, JP
      Cough frequency and cough receptor sensitivity to citric acid challenge during a simulated ascent to extreme altitude

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    52. Krieger, BP; de la Hoz, RE
      Altitude-related pulmonary disorders

      CRITICAL CARE CLINICS
    53. Alexander, JK
      Cardiac arrhythmia at high altitude - The progressive effect of aging

      TEXAS HEART INSTITUTE JOURNAL
    54. Pollard, AJ
      Vo(2)MAX and extreme altitude

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    55. Navarro, JC; Kunas, RC; Sampaolo, S; Mansmann, U
      Heart mitochondria in rats submitted to chronic hypoxia

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    56. Rodriguez, FA; Casas, H; Casas, M; Pages, T; Rama, R; Ricart, A; Ventura, JL; Ibanez, J; Viscor, G
      Intermittent hypobaric hypoxia stimulates erythropoiesis and improves aerobic capacity

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    57. Garcia, JA; McMinn, SB; Zuckerman, JH; Fixler, DE; Levine, BD
      The role of the right ventricle during hypobaric hypoxic exercise: insights from patients after the Fontan operation

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    58. Mao, C; Wong, DT; Slutsky, AS; Kavanagh, BP
      A quantitative assessment of how Canadian intensivists believe they utilize oxygen in the intensive care unit

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    59. Valsecchi, S; Smiraglia, C; Tartari, G; Polesello, S
      Chemical composition of Monsoon deposition in the Everest region

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    60. de Glisezinski, I; Crampes, F; Harant, I; Havlik, P; Gardette, B; Jammes, Y; Souberbielle, JC; Richalet, JP; Reviere, D
      Decrease of subcutaneous adipose tissue lipolysis after exposure to hypoxia during a simulated ascent of Mt Everest

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    61. Westerterp-Plantenga, MS
      Effects of extreme environments on food intake in human subjects

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
    62. Butler, FK
      The eye at altitude

      INTERNATIONAL OPHTHALMOLOGY CLINICS
    63. Searle, MP
      Extensional and compressional faults in the Everest-Lhotse massif, Khumbu Himalaya, Nepal

      JOURNAL OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    64. WOLFEL EE; SELLAND MA; CYMERMAN A; BROOKS GA; BUTTERFIELD GE; MAZZEO RS; GROVER RF; REEVES JT
      O-2 EXTRACTION MAINTAINS O-2 UPTAKE DURING SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE WITH BETA-ADRENERGIC-BLOCKADE AT 4,300 M

      Journal of applied physiology (1985)
    65. GONZALEZ NC; CLANCY RL; MOUE Y; RICHALET JP
      INCREASING MAXIMAL HEART-RATE INCREASES MAXIMAL O-2 UPTAKE IN RATS ACCLIMATIZED TO SIMULATED ALTITUDE

      Journal of applied physiology
    66. WEST JB; WAGNER PD
      PULMONARY GAS-EXCHANGE

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    67. KATAYAMA B; SATO Y; ISHIDA K; MORI S; MIYAMURA M
      THE EFFECTS OF INTERMITTENT EXPOSURE TO HYPOXIA DURING ENDURANCE EXERCISE TRAINING ON THE VENTILATORY RESPONSES TO HYPOXIA AND HYPERCAPNIA IN HUMANS

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    68. SAVOUREY G; GARCIA N; CARAVEL JP; GHARIB C; POUZERATTE N; MARTIN S; BITTEL J
      PRE-ADAPTATION, ADAPTATION AND DE-ADAPTATION TO HIGH-ALTITUDE IN HUMANS - HORMONAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHANGES AT SEA-LEVEL

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    69. Owen, LA; Derbyshire, E; Fort, M
      The quaternary glacial history of the Himalaya

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    70. NOAKES TD
      MAXIMAL OXYGEN-UPTAKE - CLASSICAL VERSUS CONTEMPORARY VIEWPOINTS - A REBUTTAL

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    71. ROBERGS RA; QUINTANA R; PARKER DL; FRANKEL CC
      MULTIPLE-VARIABLES EXPLAIN THE VARIABILITY IN THE DECREMENT IN (V)OVER-DOT-O-2MAX DURING ACUTE HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    72. LIU Y; STEINACKER JM; DEHNERT C; MENOLD E; BAUR S; LORMES W; LEHMANN M
      EFFECT OF LIVING HIGH-TRAINING LOW ON THE CARDIAC FUNCTIONS AT SEA-LEVEL

      International journal of sports medicine
    73. FULCO CS; ROCK PB; CYMERMAN A
      MAXIMAL AND SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AT ALTITUDE

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    74. GUGGENBERGER G; BAUMLER R; ZECH W
      WEATHERING OF SOILS DEVELOPED IN EOLIAN MATERIAL OVERLYING GLACIAL DEPOSITS IN EASTERN NEPAL

      Soil science
    75. ABRAINI JH; BOUQUET C; JOULIA F; NICOLAS M; KRIEM B
      COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE DURING A SIMULATED CLIMB OF MOUNT-EVEREST - IMPLICATIONS FOR BRAIN-FUNCTION AND CENTRAL ADAPTIVE PROCESSES UNDER CHRONIC HYPOXIC STRESS

      Pflugers Archiv
    76. HSIA CCW
      MECHANISMS OF DISEASE - RESPIRATORY-FUNCTION OF HEMOGLOBIN

      The New England journal of medicine
    77. GARRIDO E
      A PROBLEM OF HEIGHT

      Medicina Clinica
    78. DEMAGLIA JB; MARTINEZCOSTA R
      HIGH-ALTITUDE RETINAL HEMORRHAGES IN THE EXPEDITIONS TO 8,000-METER PEAKS - A STUDY OF 10 CASES

      Medicina Clinica
    79. MARIN EG; DEMAGLIA JB
      MOUNTAIN-SICKNESS

      Medicina Clinica
    80. BENN DI; OWEN LA
      THE ROLE OF THE INDIAN-SUMMER MONSOON AND THE MIDLATITUDE WESTERLIES IN HIMALAYAN GLACIATION - REVIEW AND SPECULATIVE DISCUSSION

      Journal of the Geological Society
    81. PAGANI M; RAVAGNAN G; SALMASO D
      EFFECT OF ACCLIMATIZATION TO ALTITUDE ON LEARNING

      Cortex
    82. CURRAN LS; ZHUANG JG; DROMA T; MOORE LG
      SUPERIOR EXERCISE PERFORMANCE IN LIFELONG TIBETAN RESIDENTS OF 4,400 M COMPARED WITH TIBETAN RESIDENTS OF 3,658 M

      American journal of physical anthropology
    83. ERDMANN J; SUN KT; MASAR P; NIEDERHAUSER H
      EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO ALTITUDE ON MEN WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE AND IMPAIRED LEFT-VENTRICULAR FUNCTION

      The American journal of cardiology
    84. NOTARIUS CF; LEVY RD; TULLY A; FITCHETT D; MAGDER S
      CARDIAC VERSUS NONCARDIAC LIMITS TO EXERCISE AFTER HEART-TRANSPLANTATION

      The American heart journal
    85. Poretti, G
      Geophysical, geological and geographical features of the Himalayas

      TOP OF THE WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH: MOUNT EVEREST-HIMALAYAN ECOSYSTEM
    86. CHEN QH; GE RL; WANG XZ; CHEN HX; WU TY; KOBAYASHI T; YOSHIMURA K
      EXERCISE PERFORMANCE OF TIBETAN AND HAN ADOLESCENTS AT ALTITUDES OF 3,417 AND 4,300 M

      Journal of applied physiology
    87. MARTINEZ LA; JEFFREY JS; ODOM TW
      ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS OF CARDIOMYOPATHIES IN AVES

      Poultry and avian biology reviews
    88. CREEL DJ; CRANDALL AS; SWARTZ M
      HYPEROPIC SHIFT INDUCED BY HIGH-ALTITUDE AFTER RADIAL KERATOTOMY

      Journal of refractive surgery
    89. WARD M
      EVEREST 1951 - THE FOOTPRINTS ATTRIBUTED TO THE YETI - MYTH AND REALITY

      Wilderness & environmental medicine
    90. LAKS L; LEHRHAFT B; GRUNSTEIN RR; SULLIVAN CE
      PULMONARY-ARTERY PRESSURE RESPONSE TO HYPOXIA IN SLEEP-APNEA

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    91. HASLER E; SUTER PM; VETTER W
      RACE-SPECIFIC ALTITUDE EFFECTS ON BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Journal of human hypertension
    92. WEST JB
      PULMONARY GAS-EXCHANGE ON MOUNT-EVEREST

      The European respiratory journal
    93. PEACOCK AJ; JONES PL
      GAS-EXCHANGE AT EXTREME ALTITUDE - RESULTS FROM THE BRITISH 40TH ANNIVERSARY EVEREST EXPEDITION

      The European respiratory journal
    94. FORTRAT JO; YAMAMOTO Y; HUGHSON RL
      RESPIRATORY INFLUENCES ON NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY IN HUMANS

      Biological cybernetics
    95. BENOIT H; COSTES F; FEASSON L; LACOUR JR; ROCHE F; DENIS C; GEYSSANT A; BARTHELEMY JC
      ACCURACY OF PULSE OXIMETRY DURING INTENSE EXERCISE UNDER SEVERE HYPOXIC CONDITIONS

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    96. FORTE VA; BURSE RL; CYMERMAN A
      BLOOD-OXYGEN SATURATION MEASURED IN THE PRESENCE OF A MIXTURE OF CYCLOPROPANE, SULFUR-HEXAFLUORIDE, AND ETHANE

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    97. GARRIDO E; RODAS G; JAVIERRE C; SEGURA R; ESTRUCH A; VENTURA JL
      CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN ELITE SHERPA CLIMBERS TRANSFERRED TO SEA-LEVEL

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    98. MELISSA L; MACDOUGALL JD; TARNOPOLSKY MA; CIPRIANO N; GREEN HJ
      SKELETAL-MUSCLE ADAPTATIONS TO TRAINING UNDER NORMOBARIC HYPOXIC VERSUS NORMOXIC CONDITIONS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    99. BENOIT H; BUSSO T; PRIEUR F; CASTELLS J; FREYSSENET D; LACOUR JR; DENIS C; GEYSSANT A
      OXYGEN-UPTAKE DURING SUBMAXIMAL INCREMENTAL AND CONSTANT WORK LOAD EXERCISES IN HYPOXIA

      International journal of sports medicine
    100. BASU M; PAL K; PRASAD R; MALHOTRA AS; RAO KS; SAWHNEY RC
      PITUITARY, GONADAL AND ADRENAL HORMONES AFTER PROLONGED RESIDENCE AT EXTREME ALTITUDE IN MAN

      International journal of andrology


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