Methodological advance

Methodological advance


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

*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.