Filippe Falcão-Tebas
Filippe Falcão-Tebas
Monash University - Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Science
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Four days of simulated shift work reduces insulin sensitivity in humans
R Bescos, MJ Boden, ML Jackson, AJ Trewin, EC Marin, I Levinger, ...
Acta Physiologica 223 (2), e13039, 2018
Maternal low-protein diet-induced delayed reflex ontogeny is attenuated by moderate physical training during gestation in rats
F Falcao-Tebas, A Bento-Santos, MA Fidalgo, MB De Almeida, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 107 (3), 372-377, 2012
Programmed changes in the adult rat offspring caused by maternal protein restriction during gestation and lactation are attenuated by maternal moderate–low physical training
M Fidalgo, F Falcao-Tebas, A Bento-Santos, E De Oliveira, ...
British journal of nutrition 109 (3), 449-456, 2013
Moderate physical training attenuates muscle-specific effects on fibre type composition in adult rats submitted to a perinatal maternal low-protein diet
CG Leandro, W da Silva Ribeiro, JA Dos Santos, A Bento-Santos, ...
European journal of nutrition 51, 807-815, 2012
Acute exercise increases insulin sensitivity in adult sheep: a new preclinical model
GK McConell, G Kaur, F Falcão-Tebas, YH Hong, KL Gatford
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2015
Exercise as an intervention to improve metabolic outcomes after intrauterine growth restriction
KL Gatford, G Kaur, F Falcão-Tebas, GD Wadley, ME Wlodek, RC Laker, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 306 (9), E999-E1012, 2014
Maternal exercise attenuates the lower skeletal muscle glucose uptake and insulin secretion caused by paternal obesity in female adult rat offspring
F Falcão‐Tebas, EC Marin, J Kuang, DJ Bishop, GK McConell
The Journal of physiology 598 (19), 4251-4270, 2020
Four weeks of exercise early in life reprograms adult skeletal muscle insulin resistance caused by a paternal high‐fat diet
F Falcão‐Tebas, J Kuang, C Arceri, JP Kerris, S Andrikopoulos, EC Marin, ...
The Journal of physiology 597 (1), 121-136, 2019
Maternal moderate physical training during pregnancy attenuates the effects of a low-protein diet on the impaired secretion of insulin in rats: potential role for compensation …
CG Leandro, M Fidalgo, A Bento-Santos, F Falcao-Tebas, D Vasconcelos, ...
BioMed Research International 2012, 2012
Effects of physical training during pregnancy on body weight gain, blood glucose and cholesterol in adult rats submitted to perinatal undernutrition
F Falcão-Tebas, AT Tobias, A Bento-Santos, JA Santos, ...
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte 18, 58-62, 2012
Efeitos do treinamento físico durante a gestação sobre a evolução ponderal, glicemia e colesterolemia de ratos adultos submetidos à desnutrição perinatal
F Falcão-Tebas, AT Tobias, A Bento-Santos, JA Santos, ...
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte 18, 58-62, 2012
Maternal low-protein diet reduces skeletal muscle protein synthesis and mass via Akt-mTOR pathway in adult rats
DAA de Vasconcelos, RT Nachbar, CH Pinheiro, CL do Amaral, ...
Frontiers in Nutrition 9, 947458, 2022
Development of multi-perspective, interactive short-videos for undergraduate teaching of fetal development: A pilot study
F Falcão-Tebas, S Ellery, M Wallace
Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators …, 2021
Sex-dependent impairment of metabolic responses to exercise training in adult sheep offspring of placentally-restricted pregnancies
KL Gatford, AL Wooldridge, M Kaur, J Rice, A Le-Ber, F Falcao-Tebas, ...
Acute Exercise Increases Whole-Body Insulin Sensitivity in Adult Sheep
GK Mcconell, G Kaur, F Falcao-Tebas, YH Hong, KL Gatford
Fisiologia da Nutrição na Saúde e na Doença-da Biologia Molecular ao Tratamento: Nutrição, Atividade Física e Qualidade de Vida
C Leandro, A Bento-Santos, F Falcao-Tebas, M Fidalgo
Atheneu, 249-263, 2013
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R Bescos, MJ Boden, ML Jackson, AJ Trewin, EC Marin, I Levinger, ...
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