Faculty of Biological Sciences

Dr Harry Rossiter

BSc, Birmingham; MSc, PhD, London
Lecturer
School of Biomedical Sciences

Background: BSc (Birmingham), MSc (King?s College, London), PhD (University of London). Postdoctoral research at University of London and University of California San Diego Lecturer in Exercise Physiology (2005?)

Contact:  Worsley 10.92 | +44(0) 113 34 37268 | email address for  

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Research Interests

Exercise bioenergetics in health and disease

The mission of our lab is to improve function and quality of life in healthy elderly or patients with acute or chronic diseases where exercise intolerance is a major symptom. We aim to achieve this through improved understanding of the control and limitation of oxygen transport and utilization. As such, we investigate the effective integration of the cardio-pulmonary and neuromuscular systems that conflate to allow muscular exercise to be well sustained - with a special focus on the nonsteady-state. We use a multi-scale systems biology approach, incorporating:

  • Cardiopulmonary and neuromuscular exercise testing on healthy volunteers and patients with cardiovascular (CHF, PAH) and lung (COPD) disease
  • In vivo and in vitro investigation of skeletal muscle and mitochondrial bioenergetic control in health and disease
  • A systems-biology approach providing computational models to better understand physiological dynamics and systems integration during exercise
 

Current Projects

Current projects include:

  • The biological, behavioral, and genetic determinants of skeletal muscle dysfunction in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (funded by Swiss National Foundation for Biology and Medicine; UCLA CTSI)
  • Assessment of central and peripheral fatigue during whole-body dynamic exercise in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (funded by The Pulmonary Education and Research Foundation; CAPES, Brazil)
  • Muscle mitochondrial dysfunction and treatment in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (funded by LABioMed)
  • Quantitative non-invasive imaging of skeletal muscle: A Japan-Partnering project between Universities of Leeds, Liverpool, Kobe, Hiroshima, and Tsukuba (funded by BBSRC)
  • Integrative physiological determinants of exercise performance (funded by BBSRC)

External academic and industry collaborations include:

  • Non-invasive imaging of skeletal muscle vascular and mitochondrial function in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and peripheral arterial disease (Novartis)
  • Exercise responses as an outcome for treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension (Reata Pharma)
  • Non-invasive imaging of skeletal muscle vascular and mitochondrial function in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and peripheral arterial disease (Hamamatsu Photonics, Japan)
  • Pulmonary vascular dysfunction in exercise intolerance in Fontans patients (collaboration with Gruschen Veltdman, Cincinnati Children's Hospital)
  • Endurance training in neo-adjuvant chemotherapy in patients with rectal cancer (collaboration with Sandy Jack and Mike Grocott, University of Southampton)
  • Effects of altered skeletal muscle calcium channel expression in heart failure (collaboration with Alex Lyon, Imperial College London)
 

Faculty Research and Innovation


Studentship information

See also:

Modules taught

BIOC2201/SPSC2201 - Exercise Biochemistry

Centre membership: The Multidisciplinary Cardiovascular Research Centre (MCRC)

Group Leader Dr Harry Rossiter  (Lecturer)

Exercise bioenergetics in health and disease 


Dr Scott Murgatroyd  (Visiting Lecturer (TO))

Bowen TS; Cannon DT; Murgatroyd SR; Birch KM; Witte KK; Rossiter HB The intramuscular contribution to the slow oxygen uptake kinetics during exercise in chronic heart failure is related to the severity of the condition. J Appl Physiol (1985) 112 378-387, 2012
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00779.2011
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Cubbon RM; Murgatroyd SR; Ferguson C; Bowen TS; Rakobowchuk M; Baliga V; Cannon D; Rajwani A; Abbas A; Kahn M; Birch KM; Porter KE; Wheatcroft SB; Rossiter HB; Kearney MT Human Exercise-Induced Circulating Progenitor Cell Mobilization Is Nitric Oxide-Dependent and Is Blunted in South Asian Men ARTERIOSCL THROM VAS 30 878-U626, 2010
DOI:10.1161/ATVBAHA.109.201012

Koga S; Rossiter HB; Heinonen I; Musch TI; Poole DC Dynamic heterogeneity of exercising muscle blood flow and O2 utilization. Med Sci Sports Exerc 46 860-876, 2014
DOI:10.1249/MSS.0000000000000178
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Wüst RCI; Rossiter HB; Mcdonald JR; Sun Y; Ferguson BS; Rogatzki MJ; Gladden LB; Spires J; Kowalchuk JM Slowed muscle oxygen uptake kinetics with raised metabolism are not dependent on blood flow or recruitment dynamics Journal of Physiology 592 1857-1871, 2014
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2013.267476
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Murgatroyd SR; Wylde LA; Cannon DT; Ward SA; Rossiter HB A 'ramp-sprint' protocol to characterise indices of aerobic function and exercise intensity domains in a single laboratory test. Eur J Appl Physiol -, 2014
DOI:10.1007/s00421-014-2908-8
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Van Der Vaart H; Murgatroyd SR; Rossiter HB; Chen C; Casaburi R; Porszasz J Selecting constant work rates for endurance testing in COPD: The role of the power-duration relationship COPD: Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 11 267-276, 2014
DOI:10.3109/15412555.2013.840572
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Hoffmann U; Drescher U; Essfeld D; Benson AP; Rossiter HB Skeletal muscle {Mathematical expression} kinetics from cardio-pulmonary measurements: assessing distortions through O transport by means of stochastic work-rate signals and circulatory modelling European Journal of Applied Physiology 1-10, 2013
DOI:10.1007/s00421-013-2598-7
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Fukuba Y; Kowalchuk JM; Rossiter HB Professor Brian J. Whipp: an obituary EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 113 1099-1100, 2013
DOI:10.1007/s00421-013-2594-y

Benson AP; Grassi B; Rossiter HB A validated model of oxygen uptake and circulatory dynamic interactions at exercise onset in humans JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 115 743-755, 2013
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00184.2013

Bowen TS; Rossiter HB; Benson AP; Amano T; Kondo N; Kowalchuk JM; Koga S Slowed oxygen uptake kinetics in hypoxia correlate with the transient peak and reduced spatial distribution of absolute skeletal muscle deoxygenation Experimental Physiology 98 1585-1596, 2013
DOI:10.1113/expphysiol.2013.073270
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Cannon DT; Howe FA; Whipp BJ; Ward SA; McIntyre DJ; Ladroue C; Griffiths JR; Kemp GJ; Rossiter HB Muscle metabolism and activation heterogeneity by combined 31P chemical shift and T2 imaging, and pulmonary O2 uptake during incremental knee-extensor exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985) 115 839-849, 2013
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00510.2013
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Benson AP; Bowen TS; Ferguson C; Murgatroyd SR; Rossiter HB An Algorithm To Optimise Fitting Of Phase 2 Pulmonary Oxygen Uptake Kinetics From Breath-by-Breath Measurements, 2013

Ferguson C; Wylde LA; Cannon DT; Benson AP; Rossiter HB No Reserve In Maximal Voluntary Cycling Power At The Limit Of Tolerance Using Isokinetic Ergometry, 2013

Rakobowchuk M; Harris E; Taylor A; Baliga V; Cubbon RM; Rossiter HB; Birch KM Heavy and moderate interval exercise training alters low-flow-mediated constriction but does not increase circulating progenitor cells in healthy humans. Exp Physiol 97 375-385, 2012
DOI:10.1113/expphysiol.2011.062836
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Bowen TS; Cannon DT; Begg G; Baliga V; Witte KK; Rossiter HB A novel cardiopulmonary exercise test protocol and criterion to determine maximal oxygen uptake in chronic heart failure. J Appl Physiol (1985) 113 451-458, 2012
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.01416.2011
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Murgatroyd SR; Ferguson C; Cannon DT; Bowen TS; Wylde LA; Porszasz J; Rossiter HB Quantifying Physiological Benefit from Improvements in Exercise Tolerance MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE 44 600-601, 2012

Cannon DT; White AC; Andriano MF; Kolkhorst FW; Rossiter HB Skeletal muscle fatigue precedes the slow component of oxygen uptake kinetics during exercise in humans J PHYSIOL-LONDON 589 727-739, 2011
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2010.197723

Grassi B; Rossiter HB; Hogan MC; Howlett RA; Harris JE; Goodwin ML; Dobson JL; Gladden LB Faster O2 uptake kinetics in canine skeletal muscle in situ after acute creatine kinase inhibition Journal of Physiology 589 221-233, 2011
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2010.195164

Murgatroyd SR; Ferguson C; Ward SA; Whipp BJ; Rossiter HB Pulmonary O-2 uptake kinetics as a determinant of high-intensity exercise tolerance in humans J APPL PHYSIOL 110 1598-1606, 2011
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.01092.2010

Wüst RC; Grassi B; Hogan MC; Howlett RA; Gladden LB; Rossiter HB Kinetic control of oxygen consumption during contractions in self-perfused skeletal muscle. J Physiol 589 3995-4009, 2011
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2010.203422
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Rossiter HB Exercise: Kinetic Considerations for Gas Exchange COMPREHENSIVE PHYSIOLOGY 1 203-244, 2011
DOI:10.1002/cphy.c090010

Ozyener F; Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Whipp BJ Oxygen uptake kinetics during incremental- and decremental-ramp cycle ergometry J SPORT SCI MED 10 584-589, 2011

Bowen TS; Murgatroyd SR; Cannon DT; Cuff TJ; Lainey AF; Marjerrison AD; Spencer MD; Paterson DH; Kowalchuk JM; Rossiter HB A raised metabolic rate slows pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics on transition to moderate-intensity exercise in humans independently of work rate. Experimental Physiology 96 1049-1061, 2011

Wuest RCI; Grassi B; Hogan MC; Howlett RA; Gladden LB; Rossiter HB Implications of rapid early oxygen consumption in exercising skeletal muscle: The empirical, the theoretical and the rational JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 589 6245-6246, 2011
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2011.221762

Bowen TS; Cannon DT; Begg G; Baliga V; Rossiter HB; Witte KK A novel cardiopulmonary exercise test protocol and criterion to determine maximal oxygen uptake in chronic heart failure patients EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL 32 1033-1033, 2011

Ferguson C; Rossiter HB; Whipp BJ; Cathcart AJ; Murgatroyd SR; Ward SA Effect of recovery duration from prior exhaustive exercise on the parameters of the power-duration relationship J APPL PHYSIOL 108 866-874, 2010
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.91425.2008

Ma SY; Rossiter HB; Barstow TJ; Casaburi R; Porszasz J Clarifying the equation for modeling of (V) over doto(2) kinetics above the lactate threshold J APPL PHYSIOL 109 1283-1284, 2010
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00459.2010

Wuest RCI; McDonald JR; Ferguson BS; Sun Y; Rogatzki MJ; Spires J; Kowalchuk JM; Gladden LB; Rossiter HB Control of muscle VO2 kinetics: a role for metabolic rate? FASEB JOURNAL 24 -, 2010

Rossiter HB Comments on point: counterpoint: the kinetics of oxygen uptake during muscular exercise do/do not manifest time-delayed phase. Time-delayed phases in pulmonary Vo2: a control systems view. J Appl Physiol (1985) 107 1674-, 2009

Rossiter HB Time-delayed phases in pulmonary V̇O : A control systems view Journal of Applied Physiology 107 1674-1674, 2009
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00897.2009

Rossiter HB; Scadeng M; Tang K; Wagner PD; Breen EC Doxycycline treatment prevents alveolar destruction in VEGF-deficient mouse lung J CELL BIOCHEM 104 525-535, 2008
DOI:10.1002/jcb.21643

Rossiter HB; Breen EC ASSESSMENT OF EMPHYSEMA BENEFITS FROM QUANTIFICATION OF HETEROGENEITY J APPL PHYSIOL 105 1983-1984, 2008

Chin LMK; Pace PJ; Symonette C; Rossiter HB; Paterson DH; Kowalchuk JM The Effect of Hyperoxia on Slowed VO2 Kinetics In the Upper Region of Moderate-Intensity Exercise MED SCI SPORT EXER 40 S115-S115, 2008

Breen EC; Rossiter HB Commentary on Viewpoint: Use of mean airspace chord length to assess emphysema [17] Journal of Applied Physiology 105 1983-1984, 2008
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.vpcomm.zdg-8294.2008

Kowalchuk JM; Rossiter HB; Chin LMK; Paterson DH; Whipp BJ Effect of prior heavy exercise on O2 uptake kinetics in the upper regions of the moderate-intensity domain FASEB JOURNAL 22 -, 2008

Murgatroyd SR; Ferguson C; Ward SA; Whipp BJ; Longaretti M; Fukuba Y; Miura A; Rossiter HB Greater exercise tolerance following VO2max in incremental-ramp than constant work-rate exercise FASEB JOURNAL 22 -, 2008

Murgatroyd SR; Ferguson C; Ward SA; Whipp BJ; Rossiter HB Oxygen uptake kinetics as a determinant of very-heavy intensity exercise tolerance FASEB JOURNAL 22 -, 2008

Chin LMK; Leigh RJ; Heigenhauser GJE; Rossiter HB; Paterson DH; Kowalchuk JM Hyperventilation-induced hypocapnic alkalosis slows the adaptation of pulmonary O-2 uptake during the transition to moderate-intensity exercise J PHYSIOL-LONDON 583 351-364, 2007
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2007.132837

Scadeng M; Rossiter HB; Dubowitz DJ; Breen EC High-resolution three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging of mouse lung in situ INVEST RADIOL 42 50-57, 2007

Endo MY; Kobayakawa M; Kinugasa R; Kuno S; Akima H; Rossiter HB; Miura A; Fukuba Y Thigh muscle activation distribution and pulmonary VO2 kinetics during moderate, heavy, and very heavy intensity cycling exercise in humans AM J PHYSIOL-REG I 293 R812-R820, 2007
DOI:10.1152/ajpregu.00028.2007

Rossiter HB; Kowalchuk JM; Whipp BJ A test to establish maximum O-2 uptake despite no plateau in the O-2 uptake response to ramp incremental exercise J APPL PHYSIOL 100 764-770, 2006
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00932.2005

Grassi B; Hogan MC; Rossiter HB; Howlett RA; Harris JE; Goodwin ML; Dobson JL; Gladden LB Effects of Acute Creatine Kinase Inhibition on Skeletal Muscle O-2 Uptake Kinetics MED SCI SPORT EXER 38 S519-S520, 2006

Chin LMK; Rossiter HB; Paterson DH; Kowalchuk JM VO2 and Muscle Blood Flow and Deoxygenation Kinetics In Different Regions of Moderate-Intensity Exercise: Effect of Prior Heavy Exercise MED SCI SPORT EXER 38 S222-S223, 2006

Harris JE; Goodwin ML; Hernandez A; Rossiter HB; Gladden LB Accumulated Oxygen Deficit and VO2max Plateau on a Continuous Incremental Test MED SCI SPORT EXER 38 S508-S508, 2006

Rossiter HB; Howe FA; Ward SA Intramuscular phosphate and pulmonary VO2 kinetics during exercise: implications for control of skeletal muscle oxygen consumption In Oxygen Uptake Kinetics in Sport, Exercise and Medicine , 2005

Endo M; Okada Y; Rossiter HB; Ooue A; Miura A; Koga S; Fukuba Y Kinetics of pulmonary VO2 and femoral artery blood flow and their relationship during repeated bouts of heavy exercise EUR J APPL PHYSIOL 95 418-430, 2005
DOI:10.1007/s00421-005-0051-2

Whipp BJ; Ward SA; Rossiter HB Pulmonary O-2 uptake during exercise: Conflating muscular and cardiovascular responses Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 37 1574-1585, 2005
DOI:10.1249/01.mss.0000177476.63356.22
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Rossiter HB; Howlett RA; Holcombe HH; Entin PL; Wagner HE; Wagner PD Age is no barrier to muscle structural, biochemical and angiogenic adaptations to training up to 24 months in female rats Journal of Physiology 565 993-1005, 2005
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2004.080663
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Sahlin K; Sorensen JB; Gladden LB; Rossiter HB; Pedersen PK Prior heavy exercise eliminates VO2 slow component and reduces efficiency during submaximal exercise in humans Journal of Physiology 564 765-773, 2005
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2005.083840
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Tang KC; Rossiter HB; Wagner PD; Breen EC Lung-targeted VEGF inactivation leads to an emphysema phenotype in mice Journal of Applied Physiology 97 1559-1566, 2004
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00221.2004
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Jack S; Rossiter HB; Pearson MG; Ward SA; Warburton CJ; Whipp BJ Ventilatory Responses to Inhaled Carbon Dioxide, Hypoxia, and Exercise in Idiopathic Hyperventilation American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 170 118-125, 2004
DOI:10.1164/rccm.200207-720OC
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Whipp BJ; Rossiter HB The kinetics of oxygen uptake: physiological inferences from the parameters In Oxygen uptake kinetics in Health and Disease , 2004

Endo M; Usui S; Fukuoka Y; Miura A; Rossiter HB; Fukuba Y Effects of priming exercise intensity on the dynamic linearity of the pulmonary VO2 response during heavy exercise European journal of applied physiology 91 545-554, 2004
DOI:10.1007/s00421-003-1005-1
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Ozyener F; Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Whipp BJ Negative accumulated oxygen deficit during heavy and very heavy intensity cycle ergometry in humans European journal of applied physiology 90 185-190, 2003
DOI:10.1007/s00421-003-0870-y
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Jack S; Rossiter HB; Warburton CJ; Whipp BJ Behavioral influences and physiological indices of ventilatory control in subjects with idiopathic hyperventilation Behavior Modification 27 637-652, 2003
DOI:10.1177/0145445503256318
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Endo M; Tauchi S; Hayashi N; Koga S; Rossiter HB; Fukuba B Facial cooling-induced bradycardia does not slow pulmonary V(over dot)O-2 kinetics at the onset of high-intensity exercise Journal of Applied Physiology 95 1623-1631, 2003
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Day JR; Rossiter HB; Coats EM; Skasick A; Whipp BJ The maximally attainable Vo(2) during exercise in humans: the peak vs. maximum issue Journal of Applied Physiology 95 1901-1907, 2003
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Coats EM; Rossiter HB; Day JR; Miura A; Fukuba Y; Whipp BJ Intensity-dependent tolerance to exercise after attaining VO2 max in humans Journal of Applied Physiology 95 483-490, 2003
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Kowalchuk JM; Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Whipp BJ The effect of resistive breathing on leg muscle oxygenation using near-infrared spectroscopy during exercise in men Experimental Physiology 87 601-611, 2002
DOI:10.1113/eph8702456
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Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Kowalchuk JM; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Dynamic asymmetry of phosphocreatine concentration and O2uptake between the on- and off-transients of moderate- and high-intensity exercise in humans Journal of Physiology 541 991-1002, 2002
DOI:10.1113/jphysiol.2001.012910
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Whipp BJ; Rossiter HB; Ward SA Exertional oxygen uptake kinetics: a stamen of stamina? Biochemical Society Transactions 30 237-247, 2002
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Rossiter HB; Whipp BJ; Howe FA; Kowalchuk JM; Griffiths JR; Ward SA Dynamic inter-relationships between intramuscular PCr metabolism and pulmonary Vo2 during quariceps exercise in man: testing superposition using impulse and square-wave inputs. Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine 14 175-176, 2002

Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Howe FA; Kowalchuk JM; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Dynamics of intramuscular 31P-MRS P(i) peak splitting and the slow components of PCr and O2 uptake during exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985) 93 2059-2069, 2002
DOI:10.1152/japplphysiol.00446.2002
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Jack S; Rossiter HB; Pearson MG; Whipp BJ; Warburton CJ Control of ventilation in subjects with idiopathic hyperventilation: physiological and psychological considerations BIOL PSYCHOL 59 257-259, 2002

Coats EM; Day JR; Rossiter HB; Whipp BJ Intensity dependent tolerance to exercise after attaining (V)over-dot-(O-2,max) in humans J PHYSIOL-LONDON 539 41P-42P, 2002

Day JR; Coats EM; Skasick A; Rossiter HB; Whipp BJ The maximally attained (V)over-dot (2) during incremental exercise in humans: the peak vs. maximum issue J PHYSIOL-LONDON 539 54P-54P, 2002

Brittain CJ; Rossiter HB; Kowalchuk JM; Whipp BJ Effect of prior metabolic rate on the kinetics of oxygen uptake during moderate-intensity exercise European journal of applied physiology 86 125-134, 2001
DOI:10.1007/s004210100514
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Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Kowalchuk JM; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Dynamic asymmetry of simultaneously determined (PCr) and pulmonary oxygen uptake responses to, and from, moderate intensity knee extensor exercise in humans Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine pp.936-, 2001

Rossiter HB; Marshall NP; Ward SA; Whipp BJ Intra-breath profiles of alveolar gas exchange and the initial limb-to-lung transit delay during exercise in humans - Relevance for modeling the exercise hyperpnea Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 499 337-342, 2001

Ozyener F; Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Whipp BJ Influence of exercise intensity on the on- and off-transient kinetics of pulmonary oxygen uptake in humans Journal of Physiology 533 891-902, 2001
DOI:10.1111/j.1469-7793.2001.t01-1-00891.x
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Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Kowalchuk JM; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Effects of prior exercise on oxygen uptake and phosphocreatine kinetics during high-intensity knee-extension exercise in humans Journal of Physiology 537 291-303, 2001
DOI:10.1111/j.1469-7793.2001.0291k.x
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Patel R; Rossiter HB; Whipp BJ The effect of recovery time between repeated bouts of high-intensity exercise on the on-transient Vo(2) kinetics in humans J PHYSIOL-LONDON 533 141P-142P, 2001

Rossiter HB; Howe FA; Ward SA; Kowalchuk JM; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Intersample fluctuations in phosphocreatine concentration determined by P-31-magnetic resonance spectroscopy and parameter estimation of metabolic responses to exercise in humans Journal of Physiology 528 359-369, 2000
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Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Kowalchuk JM; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ The effect of prior heavy intensity exercise on the dynamics of intramuscular high-energy phosphate and pulmonary oxygen uptake responses to heavy intensity exercise in humans. FASEB J 14 A325-A325, 2000

Rossiter HB; Kowalchuk JM; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Ward SA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Characterisation of intersample fluctuation of phosphocreatine concentration determination by P-31-MRS in human muscle and its physiological implications J PHYSIOL-LONDON 523 231P-232P, 2000

Whipp BJ; Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Avery D; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR Simultaneous determination of muscle P-31 and O-2 uptake kinetics during whole body NMR spectroscopy Journal of Applied Physiology 86 742-747, 1999
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Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Inferences from pulmonary O-2 uptake with respect to intramuscular [phosphocreatine] kinetics during moderate exercise in humans Journal of Physiology 518 921-932, 1999
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Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Inferences from pulmonary O2 uptake with respect to intramuscular [phosphocreatine] kinetics during moderate exercise in humans. The Journal of physiology 518 -, 1999
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Rossiter HB; Griffiths JR; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Ward SA; Whipp BJ Inferences from pulmonary O-2 uptake kinetics with respect to tissue energetics during exercise. FASEB J 12 A1117-A1117, 1998

Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Simultaneous determination of intramuscular high-energy phosphate and pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics for quadriceps exercise during whole-body P-31-NMR spectroscopy (vol 506P, pg 97P, 1998) J PHYSIOL-LONDON 509P 207P-207P, 1998

Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR; Whipp BJ Simultaneous determination of intramuscular high-energy phosphate and pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics for quadriceps exercise during whole-body P-31-NMR spectroscopy J PHYSIOL-LONDON 506P 97P-97P, 1998

Whipp BJ; Rossiter HB; Ward SA; Avery D; Doyle VL; Howe FA; Griffiths JR Simultaneous determination of intramuscular high-energy phosphate and pulmonary O-2 uptake kinetics for quadriceps exercise during whole-body NMR spectroscopy. FASEB J 11 1241-1241, 1997

Rossiter HB; Cannell ER; Jakeman PM The effect of oral creatine supplementation on the 1000-m performance of competitive rowers. Journal of Sports Sciences 14 175-179, 1996

Rossiter HB; Jakeman PM; Cannell ER The effect of oral creatine supplementation on 1-km simulated rowing Journal of Sports Sciences 14 99-100, 1996

Bowen TS; Murgatroyd SR; Cannon DT; Cuff TJ; Lainey AF; Marjerrison AD; Spencer MD; Benson AP; Paterson DH; Kowalchuk JM; Rossiter HB A raised metabolic rate slows pulmonary O2 uptake kinetics on transition to moderate-intensity exercise in humans independently of work rate Experimental Physiology 96 1049-1061,

Wüst RCI; Myers DS; Stones R; Benoist D; Robinson PA; Boyle JP; Peers C; White E; Rossiter HB Regional skeletal muscle remodeling and mitochondrial dysfunction in right ventricular heart failure American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Phsyiology -,

Wust RCI; van der Laarse WJ; Rossiter HB On-off asymmetries in oxygen consumption kinetics of single Xenopus laevis skeletal muscle fibres suggest higher-order control Journal of Physiology -,

Koga S; Wust RCI; Walsh B; Kindig CA; Rossiter HB; Hogan MC Increasing temperature speeds intracellular PO2 kinetics during contractions in single Xenopus skeletal muscle fibers American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology -,