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Semmler, John G., Devin V. Kutzscher, and Roger M. Enoka. Gender differences in the fatigability of human skeletal muscle. J. Neurophysiol. 82: 3590 -3593, 1999. After participating in a 4-wk intervention that reduced normal usage of the elbow flexor muscles, all six women, but only one of six men, experienced a marked increase in the endurance time during a low-force fatiguing contraction. The increase in endurance time was associated with an altered pattern of muscle activation that did notdoi:10.1152/jn.19126.96.36.19990 pmid:10601486 fatcat:va7liflm2ve7dmjbkaovhz5amy