Methodological advance

Methodological advance

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*: represents trainees under my supervision, #: review article.

#. Blazevich AJ, Collins DF, Millet GY, Vaz MA, Maffiuletti, NA. Maximizing adaptations to neuromuscular electrical stimulation training interventions. Exerc Sport Sci Rev, in press.

Espeit L, Rozand V, Millet GY, Gondin J, Maffiuletti N, Lapole T. Influence of wide-pulse neuromuscular electrical stimulation frequency and superimposed vibration on extra-torque characteristics. J Appl Physiol 131(1):302-312, 2021.

*Brownstein CG, *Rimaud D, *Singh B, Micklewright D, Millet GY. French translation and validation of the Rating-of-Fatigue Scale. Sports Med Open 7(1): 25, 2021.

*Vernillo G, Khassetarash A, Millet GY, *Temesi J. Use of transcranial magnetic stimulation to assess relaxation rates in unfatigued and fatigued knee-extensor muscles. Exp Brain Res 239(1):205-216, 2021.

Pavailler S, Hintzy F, Millet GY, Horvais N, Samozino P. Glide time relates to mediolateral plantar pressure distribution rather than ski edging in cross-country ski skating. Front Physiol 2: 117, 2020.

*Krüger RL, Peyrard A, di Domenico H, Rupp, Millet GY, Samozino P. Optimal Load for a Torque-Velocity Relationship Test during Cycling. Eur J Appl Physiol 120(11): 2455-2466, 2020.

*Brownstein CG, *Souron R, *Royer N, *Singh B, Lapole T, Millet GY. Disparate kinetics of change in responses to electrical stimulation at the thoracic and lumbar level during fatiguing isometric knee extension . J Appl Physiol 128 (1): 159-167, 2020. 

#.Place N, Millet GY. Quantification of neuromuscular fatigue: what do we do wrong and why? Sports Med 50 : 439–447, 2020.

*Doyle-Baker D, *Temesi J, *Medysky ME, Holash RJ, Millet GY. An Innovative Ergometer to Measure Neuromuscular Fatigue Immediately after Cycling. Med Sci Sports Exerc 50 (2) : 375-387, 2018.

*Mira J, Lapole T, *Souron R, Messonnier L, Millet GY, Rupp T. Cortical voluntary activation assessment methodology impacts central fatigue. Eur J Appl Physiol 117 (9) :1845-1857, 2017.

*Temesi J, *Ly SN, Millet GY. Reliability of single- and paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation for the assessment of knee extensor muscle function in males and females, J Neurol Sci 375 : 442-449, 2017.

*Peyrard A, *Sawh P, *Fan S, *Temesi J, Millet GY. Anticipation of magnetic and electrical stimuli does not impair maximal voluntary force production, Neurosci Lett 628 : 128–131, 2016.

Bachasson D, *Temesi J, Gruet M, Yokoyama K, Rupp T, Millet GY, Verges S. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Intensity affects Exercise-Induced changes in Corticomotoneuronal Excitability and Inhibition and Voluntary Activation. Neuroscience 314 : 125-33, 2016.

Gimenez P, *Arnal PJ, Samozino P, Millet GY, Morin JB. Simulation of incline treadmill running using additional horizontal force. J Biomech 47 (10) : 2517-2521, 2014.

*Giandolini M, Poupard T, Gimenez P, Horvais N, Millet GY, Morin JB, Samozino P. A simple field method to identify foot strike pattern during running. J Biomech 47 (7) : 1588-1593, 2014.

*Temesi J, Gruet M, *Rupp T, Verges S, Millet GY. Resting and active motor thresholds versus stimulus-response curves to determine transcranial magnetic stimulation intensity in quadriceps femoris. J NeuroEng Rehab 11 (1) : 40, 2014.

Bachasson D, *Temesi J, *Bankolé C, Lagrange E, Boutte C, Millet GY, Verges S, Levy P, Feasson L, Wuyam B. Assessement of quadriceps strength, endurance and fatigue in FSHD and CMT: Benefits and limits of femoral nerve magnetic stimulation. Clin Neurophysiol 125 : 396–405, 2014.

Bachasson D, Millet GY, Decorte N, Wuyam B, Levy P, Verges S. Quadriceps function assessment using an incremental test and magnetic neurostimulation: A reliability study. J Electromyogr Kinesiol 23 (3) : 649-658, 2013.

Gruet M, *Temesi J, *Rupp T, Millet GY, Verges S. Effect of different approaches to target force on transcranial magnetic stimulation responses. Muscle & Nerve 48(3):430-432, 2013.

#.Gruet M, *Temesi J, *Rupp T, Levy P, Millet GY, Verges S. Stimulation of the motor cortex and corticospinal tract to assess human muscle fatigue. Neuroscience 231 : 384-399, 2013.

Millet GY,Bachasson D, *Temesi J, Wuyam B, Féasson L, Verges S, Lévy P. Potential interests and limits of magnetic and electrical stimulation techniques to assess neuromuscular fatigue. Neuromuscul Disord, 22 : S181-S186, 2012.

#.Millet GY, Martin V, Martin A, Vergès S. Electrical stimulation for testing the neuromuscular function: from sport to pathology. Eur J Appl Physiol 111:2489–2500, 2011.

*Tomazin K, Verges S, Decorte N, *Oulerich A, Maffiuletti NA, Millet GY. Fat tissue alters quadriceps response to femoral nerve magnetic stimulation. Clin Neurophysiol 122 : 842–847, 2011.

*Tomazin K, Vergès S, Decorte N, Oulerich A, Millet GY. Effects of coil characteristics for femoral nerve magnetic stimulation. Muscle & Nerve 41 (3) : 406-409, 2010.

Vergès S, Maffiuletti NA, *Kerhervé H, Decorte N, Wuyam B, Millet GY. Comparison of electrical and magnetic stimulations to assess quadriceps muscle function. J Appl Physiol 106 (2) : 701-710, 2009. This article was chosen for an editorial comment in the same journal.

*Martin V, Millet GY, Martin A, *Deley G, *Lattier G. Assessment of low-frequency fatigue with two methods of electrical stimulation. J Appl Physiol 97 : 1923-1929, 2004.