Martin Lakie

School of Sport and Exercise Sciences University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
"Martin Lakie"
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Lakie M, Campbell KS. (2019) Muscle thixotropy: where are we now? Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985)
Sakanaka TE, Gill J, Lakie MD, et al. (2018) Intrinsic ankle stiffness during standing increases with ankle torque and passive stretch of the Achilles tendon. Plos One. 13: e0193850
Gollee H, Gawthrop PJ, Lakie M, et al. (2017) Visuo-manual tracking: does intermittent control with aperiodic sampling explain linear power and non-linear remnant without sensorimotor noise? The Journal of Physiology
Vernooij CA, Reynolds RF, Lakie M. (2016) Physiological tremor reveals how thixotropy adapts skeletal muscle for posture and movement. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160065
Sakanaka TE, Lakie M, Reynolds RF. (2015) Sway-dependent changes in standing ankle stiffness caused by muscle thixotropy. The Journal of Physiology
Vernooij CA, Lakie M, Reynolds RF. (2015) The complete frequency spectrum of physiological tremor can be recreated by broadband mechanical or electrical drive. Journal of Neurophysiology. 113: 647-56
Loram ID, van de Kamp C, Lakie M, et al. (2014) Does the motor system need intermittent control? Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 42: 117-25
Gawthrop P, Loram I, Gollee H, et al. (2014) Intermittent control models of human standing: similarities and differences. Biological Cybernetics. 108: 159-68
van de Kamp C, Gawthrop PJ, Gollee H, et al. (2013) Interfacing sensory input with motor output: does the control architecture converge to a serial process along a single channel? Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 7: 55
Vernooij CA, Reynolds RF, Lakie M. (2013) A dominant role for mechanical resonance in physiological finger tremor revealed by selective minimization of voluntary drive and movement. Journal of Neurophysiology. 109: 2317-26
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