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Mark S Sothmann

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Research
AddressP.O. Box MSC 962
B402
CHP Complex Bldg B - 151 Rutledge Ave.
Phone843-792-9471
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    1. Sothmann M, Wilson SL, Vreeman DJ. Forming partnerships: Indiana-Ohio Center for Traumatic Amputation Rehabilitation Research. J Allied Health. 2010; 39(4):301-5. PMID: 21184027.
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    2. Robbins CB, Vreeman DJ, Sothmann MS, Wilson SL, Oldridge NB. A review of the long-term health outcomes associated with war-related amputation. Mil Med. 2009 Jun; 174(6):588-92. PMID: 19585770.
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    3. Sothmann MS, Gebhardt DL, Baker TA, Kastello GM, Sheppard VA. Performance requirements of physically strenuous occupations: validating minimum standards for muscular strength and endurance. Ergonomics. 2004 Jun 22; 47(8):864-75. PMID: 15204279.
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    4. MacKinnon J, Sothmann M, Johnson J. Economic modeling as a component of academic strategic planning. J Allied Health. 2001; 30(3):188-94. PMID: 11582984.
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    5. Kastello GM, Sothmann MS. Brain norepinephrine changes with simulated weightlessness and relation to exercise training. Physiol Behav. 1999 Jul; 66(5):885-91. PMID: 10405119.
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    6. Sothmann M, Kastello GK. Simulated weightlessness to induce chronic hypoactivity of brain norepinephrine for exercise and stress studies. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1997 Jan; 29(1):39-44. PMID: 9000154.
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    7. Sothmann MS, Buckworth J, Claytor RP, Cox RH, White-Welkley JE, Dishman RK. Exercise training and the cross-stressor adaptation hypothesis. Exerc Sport Sci Rev. 1996; 24:267-87. PMID: 8744253.
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    8. Butkus JA, Brogan RS, Giustina A, Kastello G, Sothmann M, Wehrenberg WB. Changes in the growth hormone axis due to exercise training in male and female rats: secretory and molecular responses. Endocrinology. 1995 Jun; 136(6):2664-70. PMID: 7750490.
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    9. Sothmann MS, Hart BA, Horn TS. Selected psychophysiological stress responses in men with high and low body fatness. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1995 Mar; 27(3):417-22. PMID: 7752870.
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    10. Kastello GM, Sothmann MS, Murthy VS. Young and old subjects matched for aerobic capacity have similar noradrenergic responses to exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1993 Jan; 74(1):49-54. PMID: 8444733.
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    11. Sothmann MS, Saupe K, Jasenof D, Blaney J. Heart rate response of firefighters to actual emergencies. Implications for cardiorespiratory fitness. J Occup Med. 1992 Aug; 34(8):797-800. PMID: 1506937.
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    12. Sothmann MS, Hart BA, Horn TS. Sympathetic nervous system and behavioral responses to stress following exercise training. Physiol Behav. 1992 Jun; 51(6):1097-103. PMID: 1641410.
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    13. Sothmann MS, Landy F, Saupe K. Age as a bona fide occupational qualification for firefighting. A review on the importance of measuring aerobic power. J Occup Med. 1992 Jan; 34(1):26-33. PMID: 1552377.
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    14. Sothmann M, Saupe K, Raven P, Pawelczyk J, Davis P, Dotson C, Landy F, Siliunas M. Oxygen consumption during fire suppression: error of heart rate estimation. Ergonomics. 1991 Dec; 34(12):1469-74. PMID: 1800111.
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    15. Saupe K, Sothmann M, Jasenof D. Aging and the fitness of fire fighters: the complex issues involved in abolishing mandatory retirement ages. Am J Public Health. 1991 Sep; 81(9):1192-4. PMID: 1951832.
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    16. Peiris AN, Thakur RK, Sothmann MS, Gustafson AB, Hennes MI, Wilson CR, Kissebah AH. Relationship of regional fat distribution and obesity to electrocardiographic parameters in healthy premenopausal women. South Med J. 1991 Aug; 84(8):961-5. PMID: 1882272.
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    17. Sothmann MS. Catecholamines, behavioral stress, and exercise--introduction to the symposium. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1991 Jul; 23(7):836-8. PMID: 1921677.
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    18. Sothmann MS, Hart BA, Horn TS. Plasma catecholamine response to acute psychological stress in humans: relation to aerobic fitness and exercise training. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1991 Jul; 23(7):860-7. PMID: 1921680.
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    19. Sothmann MS, Blaney J, Woulfe T, Donahue-Fuhrman S, Lefever K, Gustafson AB, Murthy VS. Plasma free and sulfoconjugated catecholamines during sustained exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1990 Feb; 68(2):452-6. PMID: 2318755.
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    20. Blaney J, Sothmann M, Raff H, Hart B, Horn T. Impact of exercise training on plasma adrenocorticotropin response to a well-learned vigilance task. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 1990; 15(5-6):453-62. PMID: 1966301.
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    21. Peiris AN, Sothmann MS, Aiman EJ, Kissebah AH. The relationship of insulin to sex hormone-binding globulin: role of adiposity. Fertil Steril. 1989 Jul; 52(1):69-72. PMID: 2663551.
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    22. Peiris AN, Sothmann MS, Hoffmann RG, Hennes MI, Wilson CR, Gustafson AB, Kissebah AH. Adiposity, fat distribution, and cardiovascular risk. Ann Intern Med. 1989 Jun 01; 110(11):867-72. PMID: 2655520.
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    23. Peiris AN, Sothmann MS, Hennes MI, Lee MB, Wilson CR, Gustafson AB, Kissebah AH. Relative contribution of obesity and body fat distribution to alterations in glucose insulin homeostasis: predictive values of selected indices in premenopausal women. Am J Clin Nutr. 1989 May; 49(5):758-64. PMID: 2655411.
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    24. Peters BA, Sothmann M, Wehrenberg WB. Blood leukocyte and spleen lymphocyte immune responses in chronically physically active and sedentary hamsters. Life Sci. 1989; 45(23):2239-45. PMID: 2601577.
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    25. Farrell PA, Hamilton LH, Sothmann MS, Breitlow LC. Relationships among pulmonary diffusing capacity, lung volumes and maximal oxygen consumption. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 1988 Dec; 28(4):387-93. PMID: 3230926.
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    26. Sothmann MS, Gustafson AB, Garthwaite TL, Horn TS, Hart BA. Cardiovascular fitness and selected adrenal hormone responses to cognitive stress. Endocr Res. 1988; 14(1):59-69. PMID: 3391139.
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    27. Sothmann MS, Gustafson AB, Chandler M. Plasma free and sulfoconjugated catecholamine responses to varying exercise intensity. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1987 Aug; 63(2):654-8. PMID: 3654425.
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    28. Sothmann MS, Horn TS, Hart BA, Gustafson AB. Comparison of discrete cardiovascular fitness groups on plasma catecholamine and selected behavioral responses to psychological stress. Psychophysiology. 1987 Jan; 24(1):47-54. PMID: 3575594.
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    29. Sothmann MS, Ismail AH. Factor analytic derivation of the MHPG/NM ratio: implications for studying the link between physical fitness and depression. Biol Psychiatry. 1985 May; 20(5):579-83. PMID: 3986261.
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    30. Sothmann MS, Ismail AH. Relationships between urinary catecholamine metabolites, particularly MHPG, and selected personality and physical fitness characteristics in normal subjects. Psychosom Med. 1984 Nov-Dec; 46(6):523-33. PMID: 6514951.
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    31. Sothmann MS, Ismail AH, Chodepko-Zajiko W. Influence of catecholamine activity on the hierarchical relationships among physical fitness condition and selected personality characteristics. J Clin Psychol. 1984 Nov; 40(6):1308-17. PMID: 6511940.
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