Editorials, and selected abstracts and letters

  1. Salmons, S. (1967) An implantable muscle stimulator. J. Physiol.  188: 13-14P.

  2. Salmons, S. and Vrbová, G. (1967) Changes in the speed of mammalian fast muscle following long-term stimulation. J. Physiol.  192: 39-40P.

  3. Sréter, F.A., Romanul, F.C.A., Salmons, S. and Gergely, J. (1973) Changes in myosin and in energy metabolism on chronic stimulation of white muscles of rabbit. Fed. Proc.  32: 359.

  4. Romanul, F.C.A., Sréter, F.A., Salmons, S. and Gergely, J. (1973) Reversal of energy metabolism and myosin characteristics by chronic stimulation of white muscles. Neurol. (Minneap.)  23: 406-407.

  5. Romanul, F.C.A., Sréter, F.A. and Salmons, S. (1973) Reversal of energy metabolism and myosin characteristics of white muscles after chronic stimulation. Trans. Amer. Neurol. Ass.  98: 297-298.

  6. Salmons, S. (1975) In vivo tendon tension and bone strain measurement and correlation. J. Biomechanics  8: 87.

  7. Morris, C. J. and Salmons, S. (1975) The innervation pattern of fast muscle fibres subjected to long-term stimulation.  J. Anat.120: 412.

  8. Salmons, S. and Sréter, F.A. (1975) The role of impulse activity in the transformation of skeletal muscle by cross-innervation. J. Anat.  120: 413.

  9. Salmons, S., Sréter, F.A. and Morris, C.J. (1975) The response of fast skeletal muscle to a change in its pattern of activity. J. Anat.  120: 416.

  10. Salmons, S. (1975) On the feasibility of using diaphragm muscle as a myocardial substitute. Med. & Biol. Engng.  13: 608-609.

  11. Sjöström, M., Edman, A.-C. and Salmons, S. (1980) Changes in M-band structure accompanying the transformation of rat fast muscle by long-term stimulation. Muscle & Nerve  3: 277.

  12. Salmons, S. (1980) Neural influences on skeletal muscle differentiation - a case for Catastrophe Theory? In: Abstracts 20th Anniv. Conf. of Biol. Engng. Society , London, pp. 360-363.

  13. Salmons, S. (1987) Biochemical and morphological evidence of increased protein and nucleic acid synthesis in chronically stimulated rabbit skeletal muscle. J. Anat.  152: 229.

  14. Salmons, S. (1987) Fibre types in and around fascicles. Muscle & Nerve  10: 85-86.

  15. Pullen, L., Brownson, C., Brown, W.E. and Salmons, S. (1987) Gene re-expression in stimulated fast skeletal muscle. I. Methylation patterns of myosin genes. J. Muscle Res. Cell Motil.  8: 80-81.

  16. Brown, W.E., Salmons, S., Pullen, L. and Brownson, C. (1987) Gene re-expression in stimulated fast skeletal muscle. II. Early changes in myosin heavy chain mRNA. J. Muscle Res. Cell Motil.  8: 81.

  17. Salmons, S. (1987) Re-analysis: impulse activity and fibre type transformation: a reply. Muscle & Nerve  10: 839-840.

  18. Jarvis, J.C., Mayne, C.N., Little, P., Sutherland, H., Brownson, C. and Salmons, S. (1991) Use of 2.5 Hz and 10 Hz stimulation to examine coordination in the phenotypic response of fast skeletal muscle to increased use. J. Musc. Res. Cell Motil.  13: 237.

  19. Salmons, P.H. and Salmons, S. (1992) Psychological costs of high-tech heart surgery (Editorial) Br. J. Hosp. Med.  48: 707-709.

  20. Salmons, S. (1992) Optimizing the benefits of cardiomyoplasty. (Invited comment on editorial) Br. J. Hosp. Med.  49: 137.

  21. Jarvis, J.C., Mokrusch, T., Mayne, C.N., Kwende, M.M.N., Gilroy, S., Sutherland, H., and Salmons, S. (1993) Fast-to-slow fibre type conversion does occur in continuously stimulated rat hind limb muscle. J. Physiol.  467: 112P.

  22. Salmons, S. (1994) Muscle damage (Editorial). Basic & Applied Myology (Special issue on Muscle Damage, ed. Salmons, S.)  4: 4.

  23. Craven, A.J., Jarvis, J.C. and Salmons, S. (1994) Vascularisation of the latissimus dorsi muscle for cardiac assist. J. Anat.  185: 706-707.

  24. Salmons, S. (1997) Delayed stimulation of the latissimus dorsi may result in disuse atrophy - Invited commentary. Annals of Thoracic Surgery  64: 408-409

  25. Salmons, S. (1998) Improved function in muscles trained via interval stimulation—Letter. Basic Appl. Biol.  8: 181-182.

  26. Salmons, S., Tang, A.T.M., Sutherland, H. and Jarvis, J.C. (1998) Long-term plasticity of motor unit properties and its application in man. J. Physiol.  506.P: 7S. (Abstract of invited lecture for Research Symposium, Human Physiology Special Interest Group of the Physiological Society, Cambridge, November 1997).

  27. Salmons, S. (1999) A new method of double cardiomyoplasty: "contractile muscular sling" - Invited commentary. Ann. Thorac. Surg.  67:1344.

  28. Salmons, S. (2001) Guest editorial for Special Issue: ‘The application and technology of implantable neuromuscular stimulators’. Med. Eng. Phys.  23: 1-2.

  29. Salmons, S. (2001) Fatigue with kHz frequency stimulation—letter. Med. Eng. Phys.  23: 437.

  30. Salmons, S. (2002) Cardiac assistance from skeletal muscle: therapeutic electrical stimulation in the management of heart failure. Web publication ‘Consumer Education’ by International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society: http://www.ifess.org/Services/Consumer_Ed/Cardiac.htm.

  31. Salmons, S. (2002) Electrically stimulated skeletal muscle: an adaptive, functional biomaterial. International Journal of Artificial Organs 25: 625-26.

  32. Jarvis, J., Capoccia, M., Sutherland, H., and Salmons, S. (2002) Counterpulsation with intra-aortic balloon pumps and skeletal muscle ventricles (abstract). International Journal of Artificial Organs 25: 673.

  33. Salmons, S. (2003) Analysis of fiber type transformation and histology in chronic electrically stimulated canine rectus abdominis muscle island-flap stomal sphincters (Commentary). Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 111: 199-200.

  34. Atherton, P.J., Sutherland, H., Jarvis, J., Salmons, S., Singh, J., and Wackerhage, H. (2004) Activated signal transduction pathways in rat extensor digitorum longus after six weeks of electrical stimulation. Journal of Physiology  555P: C171.

  35. Atherton, P.J., Sutherland, H., Jarvis, J., Salmons, S., Singh, J., and Wackerhage, H. (2004) Concentrations of signal transduction proteins mediating adaptation to exercise in fast, slow and electrically stimulated rat muscles. Journal of Physiology 555P: C147.

  36. Atherton, P.J., Sutherland, H., Jarvis, J.C., Salmons, S., Singh, J., Ratkevicius, A., and Wackerhage, H. (2004) The AMPK-PKB switch: a possible mediator of specific phenotype or growth adaptations in response to endurance and resistance training-like electrical stimulation. Journal of Physiology 557P: C90.

  37. Salmons, S. (2004) Dynamic stiffness and damping of porcine muscle specimens (Letter). Medical Engineering & Physics 26: 261.

  38. Russold, M., Sutherland, H., Lanmueller, H., Bijak, M., Jarvis, J., and Salmons, S. (2004) Excitability of the common peroneal nerve in rabbits, rats, and mice. Artificial Organs 28: 758-759.

  39. Ashley, Z., Sutherland, H., Lanmueller, H., Unger, E., Mayr, W., Kern, H., Jarvis, J., and Salmons, S. (2004) Determination of the chronaxie and rheobase of denervated limb muscles in conscious rabbits. Artificial Organs 28: 759.

  40. Ramnarine, I., Capoccia, M., Ashley, Z., Sutherland, H., Russold, M., Summerfield, N., Salmons, S., and Jarvis, J. (2004) Comparison between the power output of a skeletal muscle ventricle and the left ventricle in the same circulation. Artificial Organs 28: 766-767.

  41. Salmons, S. (2005) Cardiac assistance from skeletal muscle: should we be downhearted? (Editorial) Annals of Thoracic Surgery 79: 1101-1103.

  42. Salmons, S., and Jarvis, J.C. (2009) Linear muscle power for cardiac support (Letter). Basic and Applied Myology 19: 187.

  43. Salmons, S. (2010) Functional adaptation in jaw muscles (letter). Journal of Anatomy 216, 417.

  44. Salmons, S. (2011) Is electrical stimulation of muscle contraindicated when there is potential for reinnervation? (letter) Muscle and Nerve, DOI 10.1002/mus.21834.