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Wright, Kathryn J, Thomas, Melissa M, Betik, Andrew C, Belke, Darrell and Hepple, Russell T (2014) Exercise training initiated in late middle age attenuates cardiac fibrosis and advanced gylcation end-product accumulation in senescent rats. Experimental Gerontology, 50 (9). pp. 9-18. ISSN 0531-5565 (print) 1873-6815 (online)

Thomas, Melissa M, Vigna, Chris, Betik, Andrew C, Tupling, A Russell and Hepple, Russell T (2011) Cardiac calcium pump inactivation and nitrosylation in senescent rat myocardium are not attenuated by long-term treadmill training. Experimental Gerontology, 46 (10). pp. 803-810. ISSN 0531-5565 (print) 1873-6815 (online)

Thomas, Melissa M, Khan, Warda, Betik, Andrew C, Wright, Kathryn J and Hepple, Russell T (2010) Initiating exercise training in late middle age minimally protects muscle contractile function and increases myocyte oxidative damage in senescent rats. Experimental Gerontology, 45 (11). pp. 856-867. ISSN 0531-5565 (print) 1873-6815 (online)

Thomas, Melissa M, Vigna, Chris, Betik, Andrew C, Tupling, A Russell and Hepple, Russell T (2010) Initiating treadmill training in late middle age offers modest adaptations in Ca2+ handling but enhances oxidative damage in senescent rat skeletal muscle. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 298. R1269-R1278. ISSN 0363-6119 (print) 1522-1490 (online)

Betik, Andrew C, Thomas, Melissa M, Wright, Kathryn J, Riel, Caitlin D and Hepple, Russell T (2009) Corrigendum: Exercise training from late middle age until senescence does not attenuate the declines in skeletal muscle aerobic function. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 297 (5). R1622-R1623. ISSN 03636119

Betik, Andrew C, Thomas, Melissa M, Wright, Kathryn J, Riel, Caitlin D and Hepple, Russell T (2009) Exercise training from late middle age until senescence does not attenuate the declines in skeletal muscle aerobic function. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 297 (3). R744-R755. ISSN 03636119