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Physical Exercise Attenuates Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis by Inhibiting Peripheral Immune Response and Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption
AbstractMultiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system (CNS) caused by demyelination, immune cell infiltration, and axonal damage. Herein, we sought toExpand
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Physical Training Regulates Mitochondrial Parameters and Neuroinflammatory Mechanisms in an Experimental Model of Parkinson's Disease
This study aimed to evaluate the effects of two different protocols for physical exercise (strength and aerobic training) on mitochondrial and inflammatory parameters in the 6-OHDA experimental modelExpand
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Strength and Aerobic Exercises Improve Spatial Memory in Aging Rats Through Stimulating Distinct Neuroplasticity Mechanisms
Aging is associated with impaired cognition and memory and increased susceptibility to neurodegenerative disorders. Physical exercise is neuroprotective; however, the major evidence of this effectExpand
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Modulatory effects of taurine on metabolic and oxidative stress parameters in a mice model of muscle overuse.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the regulatory effects of taurine on the biochemical parameters of muscle injury by overuse. METHODS Male Swiss mice were divided into fourExpand
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Effect of Low-Power Laser (LPL) and Light-Emitting Diode (LED) on Inflammatory Response in Burn Wound Healing
The aim of the study was to investigate the biochemical and molecular changes in the process of epidermal healing of burn injuries after therapeutic treatment with low-power laser (LPL) andExpand
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Aerobic and strength training induce changes in oxidative stress parameters and elicit modifications of various cellular components in skeletal muscle of aged rats
&NA; Skeletal muscle aging is associated with loss of mass, function, and strength‐a condition known as sarcopenia. It has been reported that sarcopenia can be attenuated by physical exercise.Expand
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The role of continuous versus fractionated physical training on muscle oxidative stress parameters and calcium-handling proteins in aged rats
Age-associated decline in skeletal muscle mass and strength is associated with oxidative stress and Ca2+ homeostasis disturbance. Exercise should be considered a viable modality to combat aging ofExpand
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The Effects of Physical Training are Varied and Occur in an Exercise Type-Dependent Manner in Elderly Men
Regular exercise can decrease the deleterious effects of aging and limit the development and progression of chronic disease in elderly people, depending on the type, intensity, frequency, andExpand
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Improvement in muscular strength and aerobic capacities in elderly people occurs independently of physical training type or exercise model
OBJECTIVES: Progressive decline of physiological processes with aging is normal. Aging is also associated with decreased functional capacity and onset of many diseases. This study evaluated theExpand
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Cardioprotective effects of physical exercise on redox biology in mice exposed to hand-rolled cornhusk cigarette smoke.
The present study sought to evaluate the effects of physical training on histological parameters and oxidative stress in the myocardium of mice chronically exposed to hand-rolled cornhusk cigaretteExpand
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