Taktuya Notomi

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To determine the effects of resistance versus aerobic exercise on the mass, strength and turnover of bone, thirty Sprague Dawley rats (4 weeks of age) were assigned to one of three experimental groups: sedentary, running or jumping. In the jumping group, the trunk was kept upright during electrically stimulated jumping exercise for 1 h every other day. The(More)
To determine the effects of tower climbing exercise on mass, strength, and local turnover of bone, 50 Sprague-Dawley rats, 10 weeks of age, were assigned to five groups: a baseline control and two groups of sedentary and exercise rats. Rats voluntarily climbed the 200-cm tower to drink water from the bottle set at the top of it. In 4 weeks, the trabecular(More)
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