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A.A. Khadartsev

Medical Institute of the Tula State University

N.A. Fudin

Research Institute of Normal Physiology named after P.K. Anokhin

V.A. Badtieva

Moscow centre for research and practice in medical, rehabilitation, restorative and sports medicine

Mitochondrial aspects of fatigue in sports

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A.A. Khadartsev, N.A. Fudin, V.A. Badtieva

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To cite this article:

Khadartsev AA, Fudin NA, Badtieva VA. Mitochondrial aspects of fatigue in sports. Problems of Balneology, Physiotherapy and Exercise Therapy. 2022;99(4):67‑73. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/kurort20229904167

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