Acute exercise stimulates macrophage function: possible role of NF‐κB pathways

@inproceedings{Silveira2007AcuteES,
  title={Acute exercise stimulates macrophage function: possible role of NF‐κB pathways},
  author={Elza M S Silveira and Mariana Ferraz Rodrigues and Maur{\'i}cio da Silva Krause and Damiana da Rocha Vianna and Bibiana Sgorla de Almeida and Juliane da Silva Rossato and Lino P. Oliveira and Rui Curi and Paulo Ivo Homem de Bittencourt},
  year={2007}
}
Moderate physical activity when performed on a regular basis presents a number of benefits to the whole organism, especially regarding immune system function, such as augmenting resistance to infections and to cancer growth. Although glutamine production by active muscle cells as well as neuroendocrine alterations mediated by the chronic adaptation to exercise may play a role, the entire mechanism by which exercise makes the immune system aware of challenges remains mostly uncovered. This is… CONTINUE READING

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