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Biomechanical analysis of running in weightlessness on a treadmill equipped with a subject loading system

Bibliographic reference Gosseye, Thierry ; Willems, Patrick ; Heglund, Norman. Biomechanical analysis of running in weightlessness on a treadmill equipped with a subject loading system. In: European Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 110, no. 4, p. 709-728 (2010)
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