Apoptosis does not contribute to the blood lymphocytopenia observed after intensive and downhill treadmill running in humans.

@article{Simpson2007ApoptosisDN,
  title={Apoptosis does not contribute to the blood lymphocytopenia observed after intensive and downhill treadmill running in humans.},
  author={Richard J. Simpson and Geraint D. Florida-James and Gregory P. Whyte and James R. Black and James Alexander Ross and Keith Guy},
  journal={Research in sports medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          157-74
        }
}
The lymphocytopenia that occurs during the recovery stage of exercise may be a result of apoptosis through an increased expression of CD95, a loss of the complement regulatory proteins CD55 and CD59, or both. Trained subjects completed intensive, moderate, and downhill treadmill-running protocols. Blood lymphocytes isolated before, immediately after, 1h after, and 24h after each exercise test were assessed for markers of apoptosis (Annexin-V(+), HSP60(+)), and CD55, CD59, and CD95 expression by… CONTINUE READING
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