Biography

Short Biography Philip Jakeman, graduated with an honours degree and research Masters Degree in Biochemistry from the University of Manchester, UK. A C.A.S.E. research scholarship in collaboration Astra Zeneca was followed by a PhD within the Human Performance Unit of the University of Salford working as a biochemist supporting the physiological development of elite young athletes. Further human endocrine and metabolic studies of exercise in normal and clinical populations formed the basis of a PhD thesis under the supervision of Professor L.S. Bark, Vice-President of the Royal Society of Chemistry. Post-doctoral work, funded by Nicolas International, utilised radio-labelled drug diffusion techniques to optimise topical drug delivery through human skin. Appointed to the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham in 1989, Dr Jakeman's collaborative work with the University's Clinical Research Unit (QEMC) under the direction of Professor Martin Kendal contributed to a strong research base (HEFC rated 5* in 1996) specialising in human metabolism, pharmacological/exercise interaction and the biochemistry of exercise. Appointment as Professor of Exercise Science in 1995, Dr Jakeman moved permanently to UL in 1996 as Head of the Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences with a responsibility to develop high quality teaching and scientific research in exercise metabolism. Released from the duties of H.O.D. Dr Jakeman is the lead PI of the Sports Nutrition and Healthy Ageing Pillar of the National Technolgy Centre, Food for Health Ireland (FHI). Funded by Programme and Innovation Partnership Grants (>€5m) with Enterprise Ireland the research group conduct basic and applied research in human metabolism specialising in the interaction between nutrient intake and physical activity.

Interests:

A keen sportsperson with junior representative honours in tennis and rugby, now enjoys the less demanding swing of a gold club. Passionate about sport, food, dogs and, of course, family. Has one son who also studied Biochemistry (Imperial College, London) before completing a DPhil in cancer immunology at Oxford and now CEO of the spin-out company Macrophox, cell-based therapy for cancer.

Research Interests

Human Exercise Science; Biochemistry of Exercise; Growth Factors; Bone Turnover; Muscle Adaptation; Nutrition and metabolism. Research interests focus on the perturbation invoked by physical exercise as a vehicle to study the regulatory and adaptive processes of human metabolism in selected populations of human subjects. Founded on project grant funding from the Wellcome Trust (UK), the Leverhulme Trust (UK) and the Sir Jules Thorne Trust (UK) and recent funding from Enterprise Ireland and Industry, the Human Science Research Unit (HSRU) was formed in 2004 and is equipped to undertake metabolic studies in humans. Recent acquisitions include dual X-ray absorptiometry DXA and isotope-ratio mass spectrometry (combustible-IRMS). Collaboration with faculty from the new Medical School @ UL is currently exploring the application of in-vivo microdialysis to human metabolic and exercise studies within the HRSU. External funding has been awarded to undertake project research housed within environment-controlled laboratories. Current funding and projects include;
  1. Human body composition/Anthropometric phenotyping in health and disease by Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA) and Bioelectric Impedence Analysis (BIA) www.ul.ie/bodycompositionstudy ;
  2. Human energy expenditure and metabolic studies of endogenous and exogenous substrate, metabolic flexibility and studies of human energy expenditure and exercise metabolism by indirect calorimetry and on-line metabolic measurement (www.FHI.ie)
  3. Discovery and in vitro evaluation of bioatives in foods that confer in vivo anti-inflammatory effect in humans (DAFM/FIRM)
  4. Nutrient interaction with physical activity specialising in the preservation of musculoskeletal health and reducing the incidence of osteopenia and sarcopenia in older adults (www.FHI.ie)
  5. Invasive investigation via venous cannulation, skeletal muscle and adipose tissue percutaneous biopsy and in vivo microdialysis (www.FHI.ie)
  6. Simulated altitude training (normobaric hypoxia) www.ul.ie/altitude and hypoxic pre-operative conditioning.
Current Grant Funding by project Funding BodyAmount as PI Period
Nutrient support for age-related sarcopeniaEnterprise Ireland (FHI) €371,131 01/10/10 to 30/09/13
Total Grant of €454,400 as Lead PI No: CC20080001
Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Ingredients DAFM (FIRM) €55,200 01/06/13 to 30/09/15
Total Grant of €495,472 as co-PINo: 11/F/63
Nutrient Support to Healthy Ageing Enterprise Ireland (FHI)€1,961,086 01/09/13 to 30/06/18
Total Grant of €1,961,086 as Lead PINo: TC20130001
Validation of Antioxidant Ingredients DAFM (FIRM) €58,400 01/11/13 to 31/12/16
Total Grant of €495,919 as co-PI No: 11/F/64













Professional Activities

Committee

  • 2012 Medical Research Council/Wellcome Trust UK Biobank Imaging Enhancement,
  • 2004 Programmatic Review Peer Group Panel, Department of Applied Biology and Chemistry, Carlow Institute of Technology,
  • 2002 Food Safety Promotion Board (FSPB) Expert Committee: Stimulant Drinks,
  • 1899 Leverhulme Trust (U.K.),
  • 1899 Medical Research Council (U.K.),
  • 1899 Wellcome Trust (U.K.),

Association

  • 2009 Professional Member, American College of Sports medicine
  • 2006 Fellow Council Member, Biomedical Sciences Section, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland
  • 2005 Professional Member Reviewer, European College of Sport sciences
  • 1984 Professional Member, Member Human Physiology Interest Group, Physiological Society
  • 1975 Member Council Member, Irish Section Local Ambassador (LA) to Biochemistry Society in Ireland, Biochemical Society

Education

  • 1984 University of Salford - Ph.D.
  • 1978 University of Manchester - MSc
  • 1975 University of Salford - B.Sc.

Employment

  • 1981 University of Salford, Manchester, UK - Reserach Fellow

Consultancy

  • - Member, Glanbia Scientfic Advisory Group. Advisory body to Glanbia Nutritionals
  • - Member, Scientific Advisory Group, Glanbia Nutritionals

Books

Future Directions for Performance Related Research in Sports Physiology

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1992
London
The Sports Council
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Book Chapters

Laboratory Procedures for Physiological Measurement

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1991
London
BASES
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Physiological correlates of middle distance running performance in elite athletes.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1985
London, UK
E & F Spon
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Factors affecting athletic performance

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1982
Oxford.
University Press, Oxford.
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Edited Books

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Peer Reviewed Journals

Evaluation of the antioxidant capacity of a milk protein matrix in vitro and in vivo in women aged 50-70 years

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Raman spectroscopy of the human nail: A potential tool for evaluating bone health?

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Niamh Cummins
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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Raman spectroscopy of fingernails: A novel tool for evaluation of bone quality?

Dr. Niamh Cummins
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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Measurement of maximal isometric torque and muscle quality of the knee extensors and flexors in healthy 50-to 70-year-old women

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Generalised equations for the prediction of percentage body fat by anthropometry in adult men and women aged 18-81 years

Ms. Rhoda Sohun
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Is human capillary skeletal muscle capillary supply modelled according to fibre size or fibre type ?

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Maximum oxygen uptake utilising different treadmill protocols.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1984
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Circulating insulin-like growth factor system in chronic neurological disease states.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2002
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ENDURANCE TRAINING MODIFIES THE AVAILABILITY OF CIRCULATING INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTORS BY CHANGING THE RELATIVE CONCENTRATION OF HIGH AND LOW-AFFINITY BINDING-PROTEINS AT REST AND DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE IN MAN

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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Effects of isokinetic training of the knee extensors on high-intensity exercise performance and skeletal muscle buffering

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Evidence for downregulation of hypothalamic 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor function in endurance-trained athletes

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Influence Of Long-term Physical Activity And Short-term Exercise Training On Circulating Insulin-like Growth Factor I And Its Binding Proteins

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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The effect of hydration status on the measurement of lean tissue mass by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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The effect of oral creatine supplementation on 1km simulated rowing.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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Dynamic measures of skeletal muscle dialysate and plasma amino acid concentration in response to exercise and nutrient ingestion in healthy adult males

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Citrulline malate enhances athletic anaerobic performance and relieves muscle soreness

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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Circulating insulin-like growth factors and related binding proteins are selectively altered in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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In vitro bioactive properties of intact and enzymatically hydrolysed whey protein: targeting the enteroinsular axis

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Raman spectroscopy of the human nail: A potential tool for evaluating bone health?

Dr. Jean Saunders
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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The body composition phenotype of Irish adults aged 18-81 years

Dr. Susan Coote
Dr. Karen McCreesh
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Muscle strength can better differentiate between gradations of functional performance than muscle quality in healthy 50â€'70 y women

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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The effect of behavioural risk factors on osteoporosis in Irish women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Skeletal muscle buffer value, fibre type distribution and high intensity exercise performance in man.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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A longitudinal study of exercise metabolism during recovery from viral illness.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Insulin like growth factors levels and impaired glucose tolerance in post polio patients

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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AN EVALUATION OF THE VARIABILITY IN PROLACTIN SECRETION IN RESPONSE TO THE SEROTONINERGIC AGONIST D-FENFLURAMINE IN MAN

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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Effect of antioxidant vitamin supplementation on muscle function after eccentric exercise

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Analysis of IGFBP-3 and protease activity during prolonged submaximal exercise to fatigue in man

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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Effects of exercise and exercise training on circulating insulin-like growth factors and their binding proteins in human subjects.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Circulating insulin-like growth factors and related binding proteins are selectively altered in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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Ammonia and hypoxanthine production during prolonged submaximal exercise on beta-1 selective and non-selective beta-blockade.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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Human insulinotropic response to oral ingestion of native and hydrolysed whey protein

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2009
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Insulin like growth factors levels and impaired glucose tolerance in post polio patients

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Body composition analysis of inter-county Gaelic athletic association players measured by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Food protein hydrolysates as a source of dipeptidyl peptidase IV inhibitory peptides for the management of type 2 diabetes

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2014
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Angiogenin levels and ANG genotypes: dysregulation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Dr. Jean Saunders
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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Ultrasound measurement of subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness accurately predicts total and segmental body fat of young adults

Dr. Karen McCreesh
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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Cellular immune activity in response to increased training of elite oarsmen prior to Olympic competition.

Dr. Giles Warrington
Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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A Comparison of Stride Length and Lower Extremity Kinematics during Barefoot and Shod Running in Well Trained Distance Runners

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Carnosine and anserine concentrations in the quadriceps muscle of healthy humans.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1992
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Acute effects of anaerobic exercise on bone turnover in healthy post-menopausal women.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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Precompetitive anxiety and motor performance: a psychophysiological examination

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1988
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EFFECT OF VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTATION ON MUSCLE FUNCTION AFTER ECCENTRIC EXERCISE

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Effects of isokinetic training of the knee extensors on isometric strength and peak power output during cycling

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1992
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Cellular immune activity in response to increased training of elite oarsmen prior to Olympic competition

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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The variability of using biochemical markers specific for bone formation and resorption to determine bone turnover in healthy young adult males.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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Local changes in the insulin-like growth factor system in human skeletal muscle assessed by microdialysis and arterio-venous differences technique

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Is muscle capillary supply modelled according to fibre size or fibre type?

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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A review of body composition measurement in the assessment of health

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Insulin like growth factors levels in motor neuron disease

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Raman spectroscopy of fingernails: A novel tool for evaluation of bone quality?

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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Predictors of the physical impact of Multiple Sclerosis following community-based, exercise trial

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Susan Coote
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Predictors of the physical impact of Multiple Sclerosis following community-based, exercise trial

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Susan Coote
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Technical considerations for accurate measurement of subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness using B-mode ultrasound

Dr. Karen McCreesh
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Cellular immune activity in response to increased training of the elite athlete

Dr. Giles Warrington
Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Twelve weeks' progressive resistance training combined with protein supplementation beyond habitual intakes increases upper leg lean tissue mass, muscle strength and extended gait speed in healthy older women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Effect of isokinetic training of the knee extensors on isometric strength and peak power output during cycling.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1992
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The components of variance and the critical difference in specific markers of bone turnover in healthy adult males and postmenopausal women.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2002
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Body composition analysis of inter-county Gaelic athletic association players measured by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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CELLULAR IMMUNE ACTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO INCREASED TRAINING OF THE ELITE ATHLETE

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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The impact of a short course of three lipid lowering drugs on fat oxidation during exercise in healthy volunteers

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Seasonal changes in body composition of inter-county Gaelic Athletic Association hurlers

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Exercise-induced modification of insulin-like growth factor binding proteins in Man.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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Effect of pre-exercise dietary manipulation on the IGF-1 and IGFBP-1 response to prolonged exercise in elite cyclists.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Regional grey and white matter volumetric changes in myalgic encephalomyelitis (chronic fatigue syndrome): a voxel-based morphometry 3 T MRI study

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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Protein supplementation at breakfast and lunch for 24 weeks beyond habitual intakes increases whole-body lean tissue mass in healthy older adults

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Towards a Sustainable Dairy Sector: The underappreciated role of dairy protein in the preservation of lean tissue mass in the elderly

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Local changes in the insulin-like growth factor system in human skeletal muscle assessed by microdialysis and arterio-venous differences technique

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Evaluation of the antioxidant capacity of a milk protein matrix in vitro and in vivo in women aged 50-70 years

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Dr. Miryam Amigo Benavent
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Exercise in the community for people with minimal gait impairment due to MS: an assessor-blind randomized controlled trial

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Susan Coote
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Exercise in the community for people with multiple sclerosis--a follow-up of people with minimal gait impairment

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Susan Coote
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Ultrasound Measurement of Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Thickness Accurately Predicts Total and Segmental Body Fat of Young Adults

Dr. Karen McCreesh
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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A study to examine the forces created in the frontal plane in subjects with functional instability and subjects with healthy ankles.

Dr. Andrew Harrison
Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Measurement of maximal isometric torque and muscle quality of the knee extensors and flexors in healthy 50 – 70y women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Changes in plasma antioxidant status during eccentric exercise and the effect of vitamin supplementation.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Biological day-to-day variability and critical differences in the serial measurement of two markers of bone turnover in the sera of healthy young males. National

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2002
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Physiological changes and sleep responses during and following a world record continuous walking record

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1984
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THE MEASUREMENT OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE BUFFER VALUE IN MAN

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1990
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Changes in plasma antioxidant status during eccentric exercise and the effect of vitamin supplementation

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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The effect of oral creatine supplementation on the 1000-m performance of competitive rowers

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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Adaptation of the cardiovascular system in the elderly: dynamic vs. static exercise training.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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Effect of high intensity exercise on circulating insulin-like growth factors and their binding proteins in trained cyclists.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Functional outcome after treatment of malignant bone tumours around the knee.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Body composition analysis of inter-county Gaelic athletic association players measured by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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ULTRASOUND MEASUREMENT OF SUBCUTANEOUS ADIPOSE TISSUE THICKNESS ACCURATELY PREDICTS TOTAL AND SEGMENTAL BODY FAT OF YOUNG ADULTS

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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In vitro bioactive properties of intact and enzymatically hydrolysed whey protein: targeting the enteroinsular axis

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Exercise in the community for people with multiple sclerosis - a follow-up of people with minimal gait impairment

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Susan Coote
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Exercise in the community for people with minimal gait impairment due to MS: An assessor-blind randomized controlled trial

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Susan Coote
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Technical considerations for accurate measurement of subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness using B-mode ultrasound

Dr. Karen McCreesh
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Towards a Sustainable Dairy Sector: The underappreciated role of dairy protein in the preservation of lean tissue mass in the elderly

Dr. Catherine Norton
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Is human skeletal muscle capillary supply modelled according to fibre size or fibre type?

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Effect of isokinetic training of the knee extensors on high intensity exercise performance and skeletal muscle buffering.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Citrulline malate enhances athletic performance and relieves muscle soreness

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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The characteristics of a low resistance breathing valve designed for the measurement of high aerobic capacity

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1979
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THE CONTRIBUTION OF CARNOSINE TO SKELETAL-MUSCLE BUFFERING IN MAN

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1990
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Eccentric exercise causes an acute increase in serum antioxidant capacity

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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A metered intake of milk following exercise and thermal dehydration restores whole-body net fluid balance better than a carbohydrate-electrolyte solution or water in healthy young men

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Insulin-like growth factor levels and impaired glucose tolerance in post-polio patients.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Biological and analytical variability of biochemical markers specific for bone formation and resorption in healthy men.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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Changes in circulating insulin-like growth factor-binding protein-1 (IGFBP-1) during prolonged exercise: Effect of carbohydrate feeding. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Cellular immune activity in response to increased training of elite oarsmen prior to olympic competition

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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Soccer-specific endurance and running economy in soccer players with cerebral palsy

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Antioxidative peptides: enzymatic production, in vitro and in vivo antioxidant activity and potential applications of milk-derived antioxidative peptides

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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An in vivo microdialysis characterization of the transient changes in the interstitial dialysate concentration of metabolites and cytokines in human skeletal muscle in response to insertion of a microdialysis probe

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Brian Carson
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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An in vivo microdialysis characterization of the transient changes in the interstitial dialysate concentration of metabolites and cytokines in human skeletal muscle in response to insertion of a microdialysis probe

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Brian Carson
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Optimization of an in vitro bioassay to monitor growth and formation of myotubes in real time

Dr. Brian Carson
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2016
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Generalised equations for the prediction of percentage body fat by anthropometry in adult men and women aged 18-81 years

Ms. Rhoda Sohun
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Evidence of downregulation of hypothalamic 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor function in endurance trained athletes

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Effect of antioxidant vitamin supplementation on muscle function after eccentric exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Amino acid metabolism, branched-chain amino acid feeding and brain monoamine function

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1998
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Commentary

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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Carnosine and anserine concentrations in the quadriceps femoris muscle of healthy humans

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1992
Springer-VerlagSpringer-Verlag
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Skeletal muscle buffer value, fibre type distribution and high intensity exercise performance in man

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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Exercise-induced changes in insulin-like growth factor bioavailability in man: Evidence of reduced affinity of IGFBP-I for insulin-like growth factor

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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Insulin-like growth factor levels in motor neuron disease.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Exercise-induced changes in insulin-like growth factor availability in man: evidence of reduced affinity of IGFBP-1 for insulin-like growth factor 1.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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Soccer-Specific Endurance and Running Economy in Soccer Players With Cerebral Palsy

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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A Review of Body Composition Measurement in the Assessment of Health

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Alterations in IGF bioavailability during progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Antioxidative peptides: enzymatic production, in vitro and in vivo.............

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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Angiogenin Levels and ANG Genotypes: Dysregulation in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Dr. Jean Saunders
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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A comparison of carbon dioxide emsiions associated with motorised transport modes and cycling in Ireland

Dr. Bernadette O'Regan
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2008
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Measurement of muscle health in aging

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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A comparison of dual energy X-ray absorptiometry and bioelectrical impedance analysis to measure total and segmental body composition in healthy young adults

Ms. Rhoda Sohun
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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Effect of alcohol on physiological tremor.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Determination of human muscle buffer value by the homogenate technique: methods of measurement.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Circulating insulin-like growth factors and related binding proteins are selectively altered in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and multiple sclerosis.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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GASPAR - TASK-SPECIFIC IMAGE-ANALYSIS SOFTWARE FOR USE WITH HUMAN MUSCLE HISTOLOGY

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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EFFECTS OF ISOKINETIC TRAINING OF THE KNEE EXTENSORS ON ISOMETRIC STRENGTH AND PEAK POWER OUTPUT DURING CYCLING

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1992
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The effect of alcohol on physiological tremor

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Insulin-like growth factors in motor neurone disease and other neurological conditions.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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Insulin-like growth factors are up-regulated in interferon-treated relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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A review of research in Sports Physiology.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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The impact of a short course of lipid lowering drugs on exercise metabolism.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1993
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Angiogenin levels in cerebrospinal fluid

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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Insulin-like growth factors are up-regulated in interferon-treated relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Other Journals

Voluntary contractile rate of torque development in healthy older women: Measurement of, association with functional tasks and response to intervention.

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Age-group differences in the performance of selected tests of physical function and association with lower extremity strength.

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Muscle strength can better differentiate between gradations of functional performance than muscle quality in healthy 50 – 70y women.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Technical considerations for accurate measurement of subcutaneous adipose tissue thickness using B-mode ultrasound.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Conference Publications

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (RAMI) Biomedical Sciences Meeting

Dr. Niamh Cummins
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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The effect of prolonged exercise to fatigue on circulating insulin-like growth factors and insulin-like growth factor-binding proteins.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Exercise induced changes in serum prolactin as an index of serotoninergic activity in endurance-trained and non-endurance trained subjects

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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28th Annual Conference of the Association of Clinical Biochemists in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Annaul Meeting European College of Sports Science

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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International Sports Medicine Conference

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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European Society of Cardiology: Symposium Update in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Physiology

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1998
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Society for Experimental Biology A15.4

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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Proceedings of the International Sports Medicine Conference

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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The 11th World Congress on the Menopause

Dr. Niamh Cummins
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Analysis of IGFBP-3 and protease activity during prolonged submaximal exercise to fatigue in Man.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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A neuroendocrine approach to determine the sensitivity of brain 5-HT receptor function in response to endurance training.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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2nd Annual Conference of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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BioMedical Sciences Meeting, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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2nd Annual Conference, Exercise and Sports Science Association of Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1999
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1st Joint Scientific and Medical Conference on Overtraining in Sport, Exercise and Sports Science Association of Ireland/ Irish Sports Medicine Association/ Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Association

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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Proceedings of the 185th Meeting of the Society for Endocrinology with the Endocrine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Annual Meeting of the Irish Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Proceedings of the International Sports Medicine Conference

Prof. Alan Donnelly
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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Scaling of muscle capillary supply in humans: effect of strength training.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Effect of antioxidant vitamin supplementation on muscle function after eccentric exercise.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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7th European Congress of Endocrinology

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences Summer Meeting

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Proceedings of the European Endocrine Society

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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3rd Annual Conference on Exercise and Health 2000, Exercise and Sports Science Association of Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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13th Meeting of the European Neurological Society

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (RAMI) / University of Limerick Biomedical Institute (ULBMI), Symposium: Exercise: Benefits and Limitations

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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Active Healthy Aging Sports Science and Neuroscience Conference

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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GASPAR: task specific image analysis software for use with human muscle histology.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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University Hospital Limerick Research Symposium, 9th Oct 2015, Limerick.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Biomedical Sciences Meeting, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (Biomedical Sciences), Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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10thInternational Symposium, Biochemistry of Exercise 2.74

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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International Osteoporosis Meeting

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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Food protein hydrolysates as a source of dipeptidyl peptidase IV inhibitory peptides for the management of type 2 diabetes.

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Physiological Society Topic Meeting - 'Ageing and Degeneration: A Physiological Perspective'

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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The effect of exercise on serum total antioxidant activity and the influence of training in humans

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences Summer Meeting

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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BioMedical Sciences Meeting, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences Winter Meeting

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (Biomedical Sciences)

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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10thInternational Symposium, Biochemistry of Exercise 1.56

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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6th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2002
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BSRA Annual Scientific Meeting

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Mark Lyons
Dr. Catherine Norton
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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The Institute of Physical Therapy & Applied Science Annual Conference

Dr. Mark Lyons
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Possible downregulation of 5-hydroxytryptamine activity in endurance trained athletes. Journal of Physiology

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences Summer Meeting

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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European Neurological Society

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Proceedings of the 7th International Humic Substance Society Meeting.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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3rd Annual Research Day Biomedicine in the Aged

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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10thInternational Symposium, Biochemistry of Exercise 1.57

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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International Sports Medicine Conference

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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The 21st European Conference on Biomaterials

Dr. Jean Saunders
Dr. Niamh Cummins
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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The role of IGF-I and its binding proteins in glucoregulation during exercise.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Endurance training modifies the availability of circulating insulin-like growth factors by changing the relative concentration of high and low affinity binding proteins at rest and during prolonged exercise in Man.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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11th World Congress on the Menopause

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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BioSciences Meeting, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Proceedings of the British Endocrine Societies Meeting: Growth Factor Group

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (Biomedical Sciences)

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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10thInternational Symposium, Biochemistry of Exercise 2.6

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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International Sports Medicine Conference

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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CAPE Forum

Dr. Bernadette O'Regan
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2009
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Changes in circulating amino acid precursors of brain monoamine synthesis and prolactin during prolonged exhaustive exercise in endurance-trained and non-trained subjects.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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An evaluation of the variability in prolactin secretion in response to the serotoninergic agonist d-fenfluramine in Man.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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28th Annual Conference of the Association of Clinical Biochemists in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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XXIV Symposium of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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4th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1999
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First Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Sciences

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (RAMI) Biomedical Sciences Meeting

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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Conference Contributions

12th International Congress on Amino Acids, Petides and Proteins

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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The Biology of Exercise

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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Symposium: Exercise: Benefits and Limitations

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2001
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A method to estimate dietary total antioxidant capacity among elderly Irish women

Dr. Catherine Norton
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2013
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Central vs. Peripheral Fatigue during Exercise

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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A dual X-ray absorptiometry-based analysis of body fat distribution in healthy young adult women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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Angiogenin levels in cerebrospinal fluid

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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Effect of pre-exercise dietary manipulation on the IGF-1 and IGFBP-1 response to prolonged exercise in elite cyclists.

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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A Review of Body Composition Measurement in the Assessment of Health

Dr. Catherine Norton
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Physiology of Fatigue During Prolonged Exercise

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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Enterogastric regulation of the plasma insulin response following ingestion of a novel milk protein matrix in young and elderly women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Alterations in IGF bioavailability during progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2006
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The effects of exercise on serum total antioxidant activity and the influence of training in humans

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1996
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THE MEASUREMENT OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE BUFFER VALUE IN MAN

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1990
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Exercise-induced adaptation in central 5-HT sensitivity

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1995
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A longitudinal study of body composition in elite male Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) hurlers

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Insulin-like growth factors are up-regulated in interferon-treated relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Exercise-induced changes in insulin-like growth factor bioavailability in man: evidence of reduced affinity of IGFBP-I for insulin-like growth factor

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2000
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Insulin-Like Growth Factors and Exercise: A Potent Combination to Overcome Insulin Resistance

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1999
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Establishing a homeostatic set point for biochemical markers of bone turnover from which to study the effect of exercise

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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The effects of hydration status on the measurement of lean tissue mass by Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Acute effects of anaerobic and aerobic exercise on bone turnover in healthy postmenopausal women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2003
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A comparison of the insulinotropic and enterogastric response to ingestion of an equivalent quantity of maltodextran and whey protein

Prof. Richard Fitzgerald
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Brain serotoninergic function and fatigue: modification by endurance training

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1999
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Biochemical markers of bone resorption

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2002
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Dual energy x-ray absorptiometry based evaluation of elite Gaelic athletic association players

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Human skeletal muscle interstitial cytokine response to protein feeding measured by in vivo microdialysis

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Post-exercise feeding of carbohydrate-protein beverages on subsequent endurance performance

Prof. Colum Dunne
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2007
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IGF-BP1 response to prolonged exercise with and without oral glucose feeding

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Research on mechano growth factor: Its potential for optimising physical training as well as misuse in doping: Commentary

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Plasma Amino Acid, Glucose and Insulin Response to a Metered Intake of Milk or Carbohydrate-Electrolyte Solution during 5 h Recovery from Exercise in Healthy Active Young Men

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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Voluntary contractile rate of torque development in healthy 50-70 year old women: measurement of, association with functional tasks and response to an intervention

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2017
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THE INFLUENCE OF ABDOMINAL FAT ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY

Dr. Karen McCreesh
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2012
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Central Aspects of Fatigue During Exercise: Human Studies

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1994
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Influence Of Long-term Physical Activity And Short-term Exercise Training On Circulating Insulin-like Growth Factor I And Its Binding Proteins

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2005
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Biochemical Limitations to Sports Performance

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1999
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A reference base for age-related decrease in lean tissue mass: whole body and segmental lean tissue mass in healthy young Irish men and women

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2011
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Effect of 6 month supplemental milk protein intake on lean tissue mass in healthy adults aged 50 to 70 years

Dr. Catherine Norton
Prof. Philip Jakeman
2015
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Amino acid metabolism, branched chain amino acid feeding and their influence on brain monoamine function in Man

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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Can pre-feeding of a whey protein affect the glucoregulatory response to an oral glucose tolerance test?

Prof. Philip Jakeman
2010
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Advances in Endurance Training

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1998
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Effect of high intensity exercise on circulating insulin-like growth factors and their binding proteins in trained cyclists

Prof. Philip Jakeman
1997
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