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Response to Letter to the Editor regarding “Effects of respiratory training on heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury”

      We would like to thank the editor for the opportunity to respond to the issues raised in the letter. We would also like to express our appreciation to Gee and West for the interest in our work.
      • Legg Ditterline B.E.
      • Aslan S.C.
      • Randall D.C.
      • Harkema S.J.
      • Castillo C.
      • Ovechkin A.V.
      Effects of respiratory training on heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury.
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