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Effect of endurance training on blood pressure regulation, biomarkers and the heart in subjects at a higher age

Bibliographic reference Cornelissen, Véronique A. ; Goetschalckx, Kaatje ; Verheyden, Brigitte ; Aubert, André E. ; Arnout, Jozef ; et. al. Effect of endurance training on blood pressure regulation, biomarkers and the heart in subjects at a higher age. In: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, Vol. 21, no. 4, p. 526-534 (2011)
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