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    Loram, Ian D., Maganaris, Constantinos N. and Lakie, Martin (2007) The passive, human calf muscles in relation to standing II: the short range stiffness lies in the contractile component. Journal of physiology, 584 (2). pp. 677-692. ISSN 0022-3751

    Loram, Ian D., Maganaris, Constantinos N. and Lakie, Martin (2007) The passive, human, calf muscles in relation to standing I: the non-linear decrease from short range to long range stiffness. Journal of physiology, 584 (2). pp. 661-675. ISSN 0022-3751

    Loram, Ian D., Maganaris, Constantinos N. and Lakie, Martin (2006) Use of ultrasound to make noninvasive in vivo measurement of continuous changes in human muscle contractile length. Journal of applied physiology, 100 (4). pp. 1311-23. ISSN 8750-7587

    Loram, Ian D., Maganaris, Constantinos N. and Lakie, Martin (2005) Active, non-spring-like muscle movements in human postural sway: how might paradoxical changes in muscle length be produced? Journal of physiology, 564 (1). pp. 281-93. ISSN 0022-3751

    Loram, Ian D., Maganaris, Constantinos N. and Lakie, Martin (2005) Human postural sway results from frequent, ballistic bias impulses by soleus and gastrocnemius. Journal of physiology, 564 (1). pp. 295-311. ISSN 0022-3751

    Loram, Ian D., Maganaris, Constantinos N. and Lakie, Martin (2004) Paradoxical muscle movement in human standing. Journal of physiology, 556 (3). pp. 683-9. ISSN 0022-3751

    Loram, Ian D., Lakie, Martin and Caplan, Nicholas (2003) Human balancing of an inverted pendulum with a compliant linkage: neural control by anticipatory intermittent bias. The journal of physiology, 551 (1). pp. 357-370. ISSN 1469-7793

    Loram, Ian D. and Lakie, Martin (2002) Direct measurement of human ankle stiffness during quiet standing: the intrinsic mechanical stiffness is insufficient for stability. The journal of physiology, 545 (3). pp. 1041-1053. ISSN 1469-7793

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