Introduction to the Acta Physiologica Scandinavica International Symposium on Skeletal Muscle Oxygen Availability and Utilization
Structural and functional limits for oxygen supply to muscle
Muscle oxygen uptake in humans at onset of and during intense exercise
Oxygen tension and content in the regulation of limb blood flow
Human skeletal muscle mitochondrial capacity
Neurogenic vasodilation in human skeletal muscle: possible role in contraction-induced hyperaemia
Metabolic modulation of sympathetic vasoconstriction in exercising skeletal muscle
Large arterioles in the control of blood flow: role of endothelium-dependent dilation
Integration of blood flow control to skeletal muscle: key role of feed arteries
Nutritive and non-nutritive blood flow: rest and exercise
Coupling of muscle metabolism and muscle blood flow in capillary units during contraction
Molecular mechanisms controlling nutritive blood flow: role of cytochrome P450 enzymes
The red blood cell as an oxygen sensor: what is the evidence?
Adenosine and muscle vasodilatation in acute systemic hypoxia
Adenosine and nitric oxide in exercise-induced human skeletal muscle vasodilatation
Oxygen supply to contracting skeletal muscle at the microcirculatory level: diffusion vs. convection
Perfusion, diffusion and their heterogeneities limiting blood-tissue O2 transfer in muscle
Diffusive resistance to O2 transport in muscle
Near-infrared spectroscopy for monitoring muscle oxygenation
Deciphering the mysteries of myoglobin in striated muscle
Role of the creatine/phosphocreatine system in the regulation of mitochondrial respiration
Lactate as a fuel for mitochondrial respiration
Anaplerosis of the citric acid cycle: role in energy metabolism of heart and skeletal muscle
Nitric oxide as a competitive inhibitor of oxygen consumption in the mitochondrial respiratory chain
Endogenous nitric oxide in the control of skeletal muscle oxygen extraction during exercise