Scientific publications

 

Jean-Frédéric Brun

Articles in peer reviewed journals before 2002

Articles in peer reviewed journals since 2002

Tutorial articles, various communications and abstracts...

An online  selection of some recent downloadable papers  

Relationships between metabolic and hemorheologic modifications associated with overweight. 

 Exploration de gymnastes adolescents de classe sportive: quel suivi médical pour la croissance et la puberté? 

Evaluation de la répétabilité moyenne d'une technique d'impédancemétrie appliquée à la détermination de la composition corporelle. 

Evaluation of blood viscosity at high shear rate with a falling ball viscometer.

Maximal oxygen uptake and lactate thresholds during exercise are related to blood viscosity and erythrocyte aggregation in professional football players.

Effects of a standardized breakfast compared to fasting on the hemorheologic responses to submaximal exercise. 

Longitudinal study of relationships between red cell aggregation at rest and lactate response to exercise after training in young gymnasts.

Influence de la prise alimentaire et de l'exercice physique sur une technique d'impédancemétrie appliquée à la détermination de la composition corporelle. 

Evaluation in vivo de la sensibilité à l'insuline et applications cliniques. 

Evaluation of a standardized hyperglucidic breakfast test in postprandial reactive hypoglycaemia.  

Influence of short submaximal exercise on parameters of glucose assimilation analyzed with the minimal model.  

Maximal oxygen uptake and lactate thresholds during exercise are related to blood viscosity and erythrocyte aggregation in professional football players.

Concerning the validity of the "FIRI" insulin resistance index. 

Serum leptin is associated with the perception of palatability during a high carbohydrate breakfast test. .

Early hemorheologic aspects of overtraining in elite athletes. 

Triphasic effects of exercise on blood rheology: which relevance to physiology and pathophysiology?

 Relationships among body composition, hemorheology and exercise performance in rugbymen.  

Postprandial reactive hypoglycemia. 

Exercise Hypoglycemia in nondiabetic subjects.  

Regular exercise (3x45 min/wk) decreases plasma viscosity in sedentary obese, insulin resistant patients parallel to an improvement in fitness and a shift in substrate oxidation balance. 

Postexercise red cell aggregation is negatively correlated with blood lactate rate of disappearance.  

 Balance of substrate oxidation during submaximal exercise in lean and obese people.  

Fuel oxidation during exercise in middle-aged men: effect of training and glucose disposal. 

 Towards a quantitative in vivo evaluation of venous blood echogenicity: image processing versus subjective assessment.

1Hormones, metabolism and body composition as major determinants of blood rheology: Potential pathophysiological meaning.  

 Insulin-like growth factor-binding protein 1 and blood rheology in athletes. 

Exercise hemorheology as a three acts play with metabolic actors: Is it of clinical relevance?  

 Simplified measurement of insulin sensitivity with the minimal model procedure in type 2 diabetic patients without measurement of insulinemia.  

Multivariate analysis of relationships between insulin sensitivity and blood rheology: is plasma viscosity a marker of insulin resistance?  

Le coût glucidique du watt : une constante biologique ?  

Reduction of fat accumulation and lipid disorders by individualized light aerobioc training in human immunodeficiency virus infected patients with lipodystrophy and/or dyslipidemia. 

Effect of training on the growth hormone - IGF-I axis during exercise in middle-aged men. Relationship to glucose homeostasis. 

Exercice physique dans le diabète de type 2

Increased insulin sensitivity and basal insulin effectiveness in postprandial reactive hypoglycaemia 

  The effects of intensive training on Insulin like growth factor I (IGF-I) and IGF binding proteins 1 and 3 in competitive cyclists: relationships with glucose disposal.  

 

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