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Willoughby Darryn S DS Exercise and Biochemical Nutrition Laboratory , Exercise Nutrition and Resistance Training Research Unit, Department of Health, Human Performance, and Recreation ; Institute for Biomedical Studies, Baylor University , TX, - - 2006
Eccentric contractions produce a significant degree of inflammation and muscle injury that may increase the expression of myostatin. Due to its anti- oxidant and anti-flammatory effects, circulating 17-β estradiol (E2) may attenuate myostatin expression. Eight males and eight females performed 7 sets of 10 reps of eccentric contractions of the ...
Lin Wan-Teng - - 2006
The present study was to investigate the effects of l-arginine (l-Arg) supplementation on cardiac oxidative stress and the inflammatory response in rats following acute exhaustive exercise on a treadmill. Rats were randomly divided into four groups: sedentary control (SC); SC with l-Arg treatment (SC+Arg); exhaustive exercise (E); exhaustive exercise with ...
Yeung Pollen K F - - 2006
PURPOSE: To investigate the potential of exercise hemodyanamic and neurohormone variables as sensitive biomarkers for pre-clinical evaluation of diltiazem (DTZ). METHODS: Sprague Dawley (SD) rats were randomly divided into 3 groups (n = 6 - 8 each), and each group received DTZ 10 mg/kg twice daily for 5 doses or ...
Strasser Alois - - 2006
BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Moderate physical exercise, dietary restriction as well as enriched environment in separate studies have been reported to delay some of the adverse effects of aging on brain function, parallel to an increase in brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). In order to elucidate these influences in a comparative setting, ...
Lowenthal David T - - 2006
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of calorie restriction and exercise on hindlimb histochemistry and fiber type in Fischer 344 rats as they advanced from adulthood through senescence. At 10 months of age, animals were divided into sedentary fed ad libitum, exercise (18 m/min, 8% grade, ...
Ditting T - - 2006
Renal and preganglionic adrenal sympathetic nerve activities (RSNA, ASNA) are regulated differentially. Various cardiopulmonary receptor (CPR) stimulation procedures were performed to distinguish short-term and prolonged as well as mechanical and chemical stimulatory effects on RSNA and ASNA. In anesthetized male Sprague-Dawley rats blood pressure, heart rate, left ventricular end-diastolic pressure ...
Mikami Toshio - - 2006
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of intense exercise on the metabolism of adenine nucleotides in the liver. In the first experiment, to determine the degradation of adenine nucleotides, hepatic adenine nucleotides of rats were labeled by an intraperitoneal administration of 15N-labeled adenine the day before ...
Wallman Karen E KE School of Human Movement and Exercise Science, The University of Western Australia , Crawely, Western - - 2005
The objective of this study was to assess variability in symptoms and physical capabilities in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) participants both before and after a graded exercise intervention. Sixty-one CFS subjects participated in a 12-week randomized controlled trial of either graded exercise (n =32) or relaxation/stretching therapy (n = 29). ...
Zhao X L - - 2005
Ibuprofen-eugenol ester (IEE), a highly lipophilic compound, was synthesized from ibuprofen in order to reduce the common side effects induced by this classic anti-inflammatory drug. IEE was isolated as an amorphous whitish solid with a melting point at 40.2 +/- 0.1 degrees C, whose structure was confirmed by IR, 1H ...
Manni L - - 2005
Oestadiol valerate (EV)-induced polycystic ovaries (PCO) in rats cause anovulation and cystic ovarian morphology. Denervation of ovarian sympathetic nerves restores ovulatory disruption. In the present study, we determined whether 5 weeks of voluntary exercise influence ovarian morphology and the expression of sympathetic markers in the EV-induced PCO rat model. The ...
Blanco-Centurion C A - - 2006
With aging there is a significant decline in the normal architecture of sleep and a reduction in the diurnal amplitude of core body temperature. Regular moderate exercise has been shown to have a positive impact in the elderly and here we investigate whether sleep-wake patterning can also be improved. Young ...
Marcil Mariannick - - 2006
The purpose of this study was to determine whether regular exercise (treadmill running, 10 wk) alters the susceptibility of rat isolated heart mitochondria to Ca(2+)-induced permeability transition pore (PTP) opening and whether this could be associated with changes in the modulation of PTP opening by selected physiological effectors. Basal leak-driven ...
Zheng Hang - - 2006
Exercise showed the beneficial effects on mental health in depressed sufferers, whereas, its underlying mechanisms remained unresolved. This study utilized the chronic unpredictable stress (CNS) animal model of depression to evaluate the effects of exercise on depressive behaviors and spatial performance in rats. Furthermore, we tested the hypothesis that the ...
Lacerda Ana Cristina R - - 2006
To assess the role of nitric oxide (NO) in the metabolic rate and running performance of rats submitted to exercise on a treadmill, 1.43 micromol (2 microL) of Nomega-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME, n=6), a NO synthase inhibitor, or 2 microL of 0.15M NaCl (SAL, n=6) was injected into the lateral ...
Milne K J - - 2006
Intense exercise leads to accumulation of the inducible member of the 70-kDa family of heat shock proteins, Hsp70, in male, but not female, hearts. Estrogen is at least partially responsible for this difference. Because androgen receptors are expressed in the heart and castration leads to decreases in calcium regulatory proteins ...
Park Edward - - 2005
The effects of exercise training on hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) function are unclear. We investigated whether pituitary-adrenal adaptation during exercise training is mediated by changes in neuropeptide and corticosteroid receptor gene expression in the brain and pituitary. Sprague-Dawley rats were subject to either daily swimming (DS) or sham exercise (SE) for 45 ...
Lee Hee-Hyuk - - 2005
Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is a severe complication in diabetic patients. Currently, physical exercise is recommended as a behavioral intervention to promote functional recovery in brain diseases, including ICH. Recently, hyperglycemia is known to aggravate brain injury in experimental ICH. Here, we examined the effect of treadmill exercise on the intrastriatal ...
Rowsey Pamela Johnson - - 2006
Chronic exercise conditioning has been shown to alter basal thermoregulatory processes as well as the response to inflammatory agents. Two such agents, lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and turpentine (TPT) are inducers of fever in rats. LPS, given intraperitoneally (i.p.), involves a systemic inflammatory response whereas TPT given intramuscularly (i.m.) elicits a localized ...
Li Jie - - 2005
The aim in this study was to investigate whether physical exercise could induce astroglial proliferation in the frontoparietal cortex and dorsolateral striatum where extensive angiogenesis had been found after exercise in previous studies. Adult male Sprague Dawley rats (n=48) were used in four experimental groups. Animals were exercised 30 min ...
Liu Chieh-Chung - - 2005
Strenuous exercise is known to induce oxidative stress leading to the generation of free radicals. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects of lycopene, an antioxidant nutrient, at a relatively low dose (2.6 mg/kg per d) and a relatively high dose (7.8 mg/kg per d) on ...
Fuller Patrick M - - 2006
It has been demonstrated that endurance exercise and chronic acceleration, i.e., hypergravity, produce comparable adaptations in a variety of physiological systems, including decreased adiposity, increased energy metabolism, and altered intermediary metabolism. Similar adaptations have not been demonstrated for skeletal muscle per se. To further differentiate between these general responses with ...
Irigoyen Maria-Cláudia - - 2005
The protection from coronary events that young women have is sharply reduced at menopause. Oxidative stress and baroreflex sensitivity impairment of the circulation have been demonstrated to increase cardiovascular risk. On the other hand, exercise training has been indicated as a nonpharmacological treatment for many diseases. The aim of the ...
Maeda S - - 2005
AIMS: Initially, the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) produced through the classical endocrine pathway was well known for its regulation of blood pressure. However, it was revealed that a local autocrine and/or paracrine RAS may exist in a number of tissues (such as kidney). Exercise causes a redistribution of tissue blood flow, ...
Fló Claudia - - 2006
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the role of exercise training on the development of papain-induced emphysema in rats. Our hypothesis was that the increase in pulmonary tissue stretching associated with exercise could increase the severity of a protease-induced emphysema. Wistar rats were randomly assigned to four ...
Borges-Silva Cristina N - - 2005
The current study investigated the effects of chronic training and pinealectomy on the lipogenic and lipolytic activity of adipose tissue. Pinealectomized and sham-operated adult male Wistar rats were distributed in to four subgroups: pinealectomized untrained, pinealectomized trained, control untrained and control trained. At the end of the training period (8 ...
Hägg Ulrika - - 2005
In the present study, we have developed and demonstrated a coronary artery imaging protocol in rats using transthoracic high-frequency CDE (colour Doppler echocardiography) to investigate the potential direct effects of exercise on CFVR (coronary flow velocity reserve). SHR (spontaneously hypertensive rats) performed voluntary exercise for 6 weeks. Rats were then ...
Gökbel Hakki - - 2005
This study aimed to investigate the possible changes in serum leptin concentration caused by acute exercise and the effects of zinc deficiency on these changes. Forty male rats were divided into control-control, control-exercise, zinc-deficient-control, and zinc-deficient-exercise groups (10 rats in each). Control-exercise and zinc-deficient-exercise groups performed exercise at 6 m/min ...
Uysal Nazan - - 2005
It is known that positive effects of regular aerobic exercise on cognitive functions in humans and also animals; but how to the effects of aerobic exercise in adolescent period is unknown. The present study examined the effects of regular aerobic exercise on spatial memory using the Morris water maze, cell ...
Wang Jyh-Jye - - 2006
This study evaluated the effect of red mold rice supplementation on antifatigue and exercise-related changes in lipid peroxidation of male adult Wistar rats through swimming exercise. Thirty 16-week-old rats were studied by dividing them into three groups (ten for each group). Other than the control group (CD), the other two ...
Ying Zhe - - 2005
We have conducted studies to determine the potential of exercise to benefit the injured spinal cord using neurotrophins. Adult rats were randomly assigned to one of three groups: (1) intact control (Con); (2) sedentary, hemisected at a mid-thoracic level (Sed-Hx), or (3) exercised, hemisected (Ex-Hx). One week after surgery, the ...
Horyn Oksana - - 2005
An important but unresolved question is whether mammalian mitochondria metabolize arginine to agmatine by the ADC (arginine decarboxylase) reaction. 15N-labelled arginine was used as a precursor to address this question and to determine the flux through the ADC reaction in isolated mitochondria obtained from rat liver. In addition, liver perfusion ...
Sakurai Takuya - - 2005
The effect of exercise training on tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) signaling was investigated in rat epididymal adipocytes. Incubation of isolated adipocytes with TNF-alpha (20 ng/ml) for 5 h enhanced the expression of the inhibitor apoptosis protein 2 (IAP2) gene without any enhancement of caspase-3 activity in both the sedentary control ...
Hägg Ulrika - - 2005
Physical exercise is considered to be beneficial for cardiovascular health. Nevertheless, the underlying specific molecular mechanisms still remain unexplored. In this study, we aimed to investigate the effects of voluntary exercise on vascular mechanical properties and gene regulation patterns in spontaneously hypertensive rats. By using ultrasound biomicroscopy in an ex ...
Hung Ching-Hsia - - 2005
Heat shock protein (HSP) 72 expression protects against arterial hypotension in rat heatstroke. HSP72 can also be induced in multiple organs, including hearts from rats with endurance exercise. We validated the hypothesis that progressive exercise preconditioning may confer cardiovascular protection during heatstroke by inducing the overexpression of HSP72 in multiple ...
Jilkina Olga - - 2005
We studied the fluxes of a potassium congener (Rb(+)) in mouse hearts by (87)Rb MRS at 8.4T. The hearts were loaded with Rb(+) by perfusion with Krebs-Henseleit buffer, in which 50% of K(+) was substituted with Rb(+). We initiated Rb(+) efflux by changing the perfusion medium to Rb(+)-free buffer. Spectra ...
Borges-Silva Cristina N - - 2005
This study investigated the effects of pinealectomy and exercise training on rat adipose tissue metabolism. Pinealectomized (PINX) and sham-operated (CONTROL) adult male Wistar rats were subdivided into four subgroups, including PINX untrained, PINX trained, CONTROL untrained and CONTROL trained. At the end of the training period (8 wk), the rats ...
Chicco Adam J - - 2005
The clinical use of doxorubicin (DOX) is limited by a dose-dependent cardiotoxicity. The purpose of this study was to determine whether voluntary exercise training would confer protection against DOX cardiotoxicity in the isolated perfused rat heart. Female Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly assigned to standard holding cages or cages with running ...
Rossiter H B - - 2005
Ageing is associated with reduced transport and utilization of O(2), diminishing exercise tolerance. Reductions may occur in cardiac output (delivery), and skeletal muscle oxidative capacity (utilization). To determine the reversibility of the declines in the muscular determinants of these limitations, skeletal muscle morphological, angiogenic and biochemical responses to acute exercise ...
Song Shi-Ling - - 2005
AIM: The transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta)/Smad signaling pathway system plays a prominent role in the control of cell growth and extracellular matrix formation in the progression of liver fibrogenesis. Smad proteins can either positively or negatively regulate TGF-beta responses. In this study, the therapeutic effects of Chinese traditional compound decoction, ...
Sanchez Otto A OA School of Kinesiology, University of Minnesota Medical School, 420 Delaware Street, Minneapolis, MN 55455, - - 2005
The purpose of this study was to characterize the contractile properties of individual skinned muscle fibers from insulin-treated streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats after an endurance exercise training program. We hypothesized that single-fiber contractile function would decrease in the diabetic sedentary rats and that endurance exercise would preserve the function. In the ...
Eccles S - - 2005
A conditioned taste aversion (CTA) paradigm was used in the present study to investigate whether CTA produced by exercise could be attenuated by the 5-HT(3) receptor antagonist granisetron. Male Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly allocated to one of four groups (Ns=6) and were exposed to salty (0.128 M sodium chloride) or ...
Becker Lenice K - - 2005
We evaluated the effect of physical training on the cardiovascular responses produced by angiotensin peptides at the rostroventrolateral medulla (RVLM) of non-anesthetized normotensive rats. The RVLM pressor effect induced by Ang II was significantly greater in trained rats, while, in contrast, the Ang-(1-7) pressor effect was significantly smaller in trained ...
Adams Gregory R - - 2005
PURPOSE: Chronic renal failure (CRF) patients often experience a significant degradation in quality of life that is associated with decreased physical fitness. Previous animal studies have used forced running or swimming as modalities to investigate the interactions between exercise and CRF. These modalities generally include stress responses unrelated to the ...
Berge Vegard J - - 2005
INTRODUCTION: We have previously shown that exercise performed 20 h before a dive significantly reduces bubble formation in both rats and humans. Furthermore, exercise performed closer to the dive did not prevent bubble formation. HYPOTHESIS: The present study was designed to determine whether exercise 30 min prior to a dive ...
Freimann Sarit - - 2005
OBJECTIVES: The aim of this research was to investigate the structural, functional, and molecular features of the remodeling heart in prior swim-trained infarcted rats. BACKGROUND: Physical exercise training is a known protective factor against cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. The structural and molecular aspects underlying this protection in the remodeling heart ...
Tao Yunxia - - 2005
BACKGROUND: We have recently demonstrated an increase in apoptosis in Han:SPRD rat kidneys with autosomal-dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD). Caspase-3 and caspase-7 are major mediators of apoptosis. There are two pathways of caspase-3 and caspase-7-mediated apoptosis: (1) the "extrinsic" pathway involving the death receptor Fas, Fas ligand (FasL), and caspase-8 ...
Van Hulle Marijn - - 2005
Two in vivo experiments were carried out in this study. In the first experiment five rats were given two subcutaneous injections of [(114m)In]InAs. Major sites of accumulation were spleen, liver and kidney. The intracellular distribution of indium was examined by differential centrifugation. The cytoplasmic fraction contained most of the indium ...
Chen Michael J - - 2005
Physical exercise is known to enhance psychological well-being and coping capacity. Voluntary physical exercise in rats also robustly and rapidly up-regulates hippocampal brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) mRNA levels, which are potentiated following a regimen of chronic antidepressant treatment. Increased BDNF levels are associated with enhanced activity of cyclic AMP response ...
Desaulniers Patrice - - 2005
Increased neuromuscular activity is known to provoke morphological and functional adaptations at the neuromuscular synapse. Most of these changes have been documented following endurance exercise training programmes. In this study, the effect of rat soleus muscle overload produced by tenotomy plus voluntary wheel-cage activity on neuromuscular transmission efficacy was investigated. ...
Chakraphan Daroonwan - - 2005
The protective effects of exercise training on the diabetic-induced endothelial cell (EC) dysfunction were determined using intravital fluorescent microscopy. Male Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into three groups of control (Con), diabetes (DM), and diabetes with exercise--training (DM+Ex). Diabetes was induced by single intravenous injection of streptozotocin (STZ; 50 mg/kg BW). ...
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