Effects of Moderate-Intensity Endurance Exercise on Reactive Oxygen Species Production and Leukocyte Activation Markers

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  • 中等度強度以下の持久性運動が血中の活性酸素生成および白血球活性化マーカーに及ぼす影響
  • チュウトウド キョウド イカ ノ ジキュウセイ ウンドウ ガ ケッチュウ ノ カッセイ サンソ セイセイ オヨビ ハッケッキュウ カッセイカ マーカー ニ オヨボス エイキョウ

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The purpose of this study was to examine effects of moderate-intensity endurance exercise on reactive oxygen species production and leukocyte activation markers in young and middle-aged persons. Blood samples were collected before and after the jogging of 10 km. Although cytokines recruiting and priming neutrophils and monocytes were released into the circulation and functional after the jogging of 10 km, reactive oxygen metabolites-derived compounds (d-ROMs) were not significantly increased. It was indicated that chemokines and leukocyte activation markers at rest were increased with aging, and that might be accompanied by the higher level of d-ROMs in the elderly.<br>



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