Corpus ID: 37626837

Cardiac troponin T release and inflammation demonstrated in marathon runners.

  title={Cardiac troponin T release and inflammation demonstrated in marathon runners.},
  author={Silvia Gilka Mu{\~n}oz Saravia and F. Knebel and S. Schroeckh and R. Ziebig and A. Lun and A. Weimann and A. Haberland and A. Borges and I. Schimke},
  journal={Clinical laboratory},
  volume={56 1-2},
BACKGROUND As shown on the basis of highly sensitive assays, cardiac troponin release is now observed after physiological heart stress and in mild heart pathologies: both are [corrected] considered unrelated to the irreversible cardiac alteration that is typically the source of release. Transitory cardiac membrane leakage was suggested as the basis. In our view, mild inflammation may drive this type of cardiac troponin release. To verify this hypothesis, marathon runners who demonstrated post… Expand
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