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2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2641409
Maximal constant 45 min running velocity gives maximal lactate steady state
Vobejda C, Wortmann T, Zimmermann E (2013)
The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 53(6): 588-595.
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2009 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1633696
Heart rate-based protocols for exercise challenge testing do not ensure sufficient exercise intensity for inducing exercise-induced bronchial obstruction
Trümper C, Mäueler S, Vobejda C, Zimmermann E (2009)
British Journal of Sportsmedicine 43(6): 429-431.
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2006 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1599146
Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running
Vobejda C, Fromme K, Samson W, Zimmermann E (2006)
International Journal of Sports Medicine 27(5): 368-372.
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2005 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1872087
Akuter Einfluss aerober Ausdauerbelastungen auf den Prick-Test bei Allergien vom Soforttyp (Typ-I)
Weiser M, Piechowski von R, Vobejda C, Zimmermann E (2005)
Dt. Z. Sportmed. 56(7-8): 197-197.
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2004 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1607980
Postexercise increase of free fatty acids - A qualitative indicator for free fatty acid utilisation during exercise?
Vobejda C, Simon G, Zimmermann E (2004)
Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 44(1): 44-48.
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1998 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1872068
Elevation of plasma free fatty acids after cessation of exercise at different workloads
Vobejda C, Simon G, Zimmermann E (1998)
Int. J. Sports Med. 19: 30-30.
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2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2641409
Maximal constant 45 min running velocity gives maximal lactate steady state
Vobejda C, Wortmann T, Zimmermann E (2013)
The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 53(6): 588-595.
PUB | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[5]
2009 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1633696
Heart rate-based protocols for exercise challenge testing do not ensure sufficient exercise intensity for inducing exercise-induced bronchial obstruction
Trümper C, Mäueler S, Vobejda C, Zimmermann E (2009)
British Journal of Sportsmedicine 43(6): 429-431.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[4]
2006 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1599146
Maximal constant heart rate - A heart rate based method to estimate maximal lactate steady state in running
Vobejda C, Fromme K, Samson W, Zimmermann E (2006)
International Journal of Sports Medicine 27(5): 368-372.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[3]
2005 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1872087
Akuter Einfluss aerober Ausdauerbelastungen auf den Prick-Test bei Allergien vom Soforttyp (Typ-I)
Weiser M, Piechowski von R, Vobejda C, Zimmermann E (2005)
Dt. Z. Sportmed. 56(7-8): 197-197.
PUB
 
[2]
2004 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1607980
Postexercise increase of free fatty acids - A qualitative indicator for free fatty acid utilisation during exercise?
Vobejda C, Simon G, Zimmermann E (2004)
Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 44(1): 44-48.
PUB | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[1]
1998 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1872068
Elevation of plasma free fatty acids after cessation of exercise at different workloads
Vobejda C, Simon G, Zimmermann E (1998)
Int. J. Sports Med. 19: 30-30.
PUB
 

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