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Rognmo O


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COST: Member COST WG1: WG1


Name Rognmo Oivind, PhD
Institution Cardiac Exercise Research Group

K.G. Jebsen Centre of Exercise in Medicine

Faculty of Medicine, ISB

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Address , 7491
City Trondheim
State/Province
Country Norway
Email oivind.rognmo@ntnu.no
Weblink K.G. Jebsen Centre of Exercise in Medicine
O2k-Network Lab NO Trondheim Rognmo O


Labels: Field of research: Basic 



Publications

 PublishedReference
Van Schaardenburgh 2016 PLOS ONE2016van Schaardenburgh M, Wohlwend M, Rognmo Ø, Mattsson EJ (2016) Mitochondrial respiration after one session of calf raise exercise in patients with peripheral vascular disease and healthy older adults. PLOS ONE 11:e0165038.
Bowen 2015 Eur J Heart Fail2015Bowen TS, Rolim NP, Fischer T, Baekkerud FH, Medeiros A, Werner S, Brønstad E, Rognmo O, Mangner N, Linke A, Schuler G, Silva GJ, Wisløff U, Adams V (2015) Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction induces molecular, mitochondrial, histological, and functional alterations in rat respiratory and limb skeletal muscle. Eur J Heart Fail 17:263-72.

Abstracts

 PublishedReference
Smenes 2015 Abstract IOC1002015Smenes BT, Baekkerud FH, Hassel E, Wohlwend M, Slagsvold KH, Rognmo O, Wahba A (2015) Mitochondrial function in patients exercising prior to coronary surgery – A single blinded randomized controlled trial. Mitochondr Physiol Network 20.01.
Wohlwend 2014 Abstract MiP20142014Exercise modality specific mitochondrial adaptations in skeletal muscle of elderly people.

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Specific topics

Mitochondrial function in training and disease.