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The biochemical mechanisms by which regular exercise significantly benefits health and well being, including improved cognitive function, are not well understood. Four-week-old (young) and 14-month-old (middle aged) Wistar rats were randomly assigned to young control and young exercised, middle-aged control and middle-aged exercised groups. Exercise groups(More)
The purpose of this study was to analyze and compare the kinetic and kinematic characteristics of the throwing technique, Harai-goshi of novice and advanced judo competitors. A heterogeneous group of 28 male and female judo competitors participated in this study. Each subject was required to perform three successful trials. Kinetic and kinematic data were(More)
This study examined the effects of short-term eccentric-concentric knee extensor training on mechanical and biochemical variables, myoelectric activity, and muscle soreness. Seventeen men were assigned to either experimental (E, n = 10) or control group (C, n = 7). Group E performed 90 maximal isokinetic eccentric-concentric knee extensor contractions on(More)
Serum binding, the effect on striatal dopamine release and the metabolism of (-)-deprenyl [N-methyl-N-propargyl(2-phenyl-1-methyl)ethylammonium chloride], TZ-650 [N-methyl-N-propargyl(2-phenyl)ethylammonium chloride] and J-508 [N-methyl-N-propargyl(indanyl)ammonium chloride] were investigated using various chromatographic methods. A strong interaction(More)
A case with central nervous symptoms in type V hyperlipoproteinemia was described. The 39-year-old male patient suffered from abdominal pains after fatty meals since childhood. After the age of 31 he developed attacks of cephaleas. Headaches were associated with vertigo, paresis and paresthesia of the limbs and loss of consciousness in some instances.(More)
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