Acute responses of circulating microRNAs to low-volume sprint interval cycling

  title={Acute responses of circulating microRNAs to low-volume sprint interval cycling},
  author={Shu Fang Cui and Wei Li and Jie Niu and Chen Yu Zhang and Xi Chen and Ji Ma},
  booktitle={Front. Physiol.},
Low-volume high-intensity interval training is an efficient and practical method of inducing physiological responses in various tissues to develop physical fitness and may also change the expression of circulating microRNAs (miRNAs). The purpose of the present study was to examine whether miRNAs for muscle, heart, somatic tissue and metabolism were affected by 30-s intervals of intensive sprint cycling. We also examined the relationship of these miRNAs to conventional biochemical and… CONTINUE READING
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