Acute Aerobic Swimming Exercise Induces Distinct Effects in the Contractile Reactivity of Rat Ileum to KCl and Carbachol

  title={Acute Aerobic Swimming Exercise Induces Distinct Effects in the Contractile Reactivity of Rat Ileum to KCl and Carbachol},
  author={Layanne C C Araujo and Iara Le{\~a}o Luna de Souza and Luiz Henrique C Vasconcelos and Aline de Freitas Brito and Fernando Ramos Queiroga and Alexandre S{\'e}rgio Silva and Patricia Mirella da Silva and Fabiana de Andrade Cavalcante and Bagn{\'o}lia Ara{\'u}jo da Silva},
  journal={Frontiers in Physiology},
Aerobic exercise promotes short-term physiological changes in the intestinal smooth muscle associated to the ischemia-reperfusion process; however, few studies have demonstrated its effect on the intestinal contractile function. Thus, this work describes our observations regarding the influence of acute aerobic swimming exercise in the contractile reactivity, oxidative stress, and morphology of rat ileum. Wistar rats were divided into sedentary (SED) and acutely exercised (EX-AC) groups… 

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