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Does low serum canrosinase activity favour high-intensity exercise capacity?

Jan Stautemas (UGent) , Audrey Baquet, Inge Everaert (UGent) and Wim Derave (UGent)
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Stautemas, Jan, Audrey Baquet, Inge Everaert, and Wim Derave. 2013. “Does Low Serum Canrosinase Activity Favour High-intensity Exercise Capacity?” In Bewegen Met Vallen En Opstaan: Proceedings 18e VK-symposium.
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Stautemas, J., Baquet, A., Everaert, I., & Derave, W. (2013). Does low serum canrosinase activity favour high-intensity exercise capacity? Bewegen met vallen en opstaan: Proceedings 18e VK-symposium. Presented at the 18 VK-symposium.
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Stautemas J, Baquet A, Everaert I, Derave W. Does low serum canrosinase activity favour high-intensity exercise capacity? Bewegen met vallen en opstaan: Proceedings 18e VK-symposium. 2013.
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Stautemas, Jan, Audrey Baquet, Inge Everaert, et al. “Does Low Serum Canrosinase Activity Favour High-intensity Exercise Capacity?” Bewegen Met Vallen En Opstaan: Proceedings 18e VK-symposium. 2013. Print.
@inproceedings{8569150,
  author       = {Stautemas, Jan and Baquet, Audrey  and Everaert, Inge and Derave, Wim},
  booktitle    = {Bewegen met vallen en opstaan: Proceedings 18e VK-symposium},
  title        = {Does low serum canrosinase activity favour high-intensity exercise capacity?},
  year         = {2013},
}