Comparison of hippocampal interleukin-6 immunoreactivity after exhaustive exercise in both exercise-trained and untrained rats.

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BACKGROUND/AIM Exhaustive exercise is a strong stress factor and can impact cytokine production in the brain. Interleukin-6 (IL-6) is produced in greater amounts than any other cytokine in response to exercise, and its effects are closely related to both exercise duration and intensity. In this study, we measured the differences between the amount of IL-6… (More)

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@article{Aral2014ComparisonOH, title={Comparison of hippocampal interleukin-6 immunoreactivity after exhaustive exercise in both exercise-trained and untrained rats.}, author={Latife Arzu Aral and Lamia Pinar and G{\"{u}leser G{\"{o}ktaş and Elçin Yaşar Deveden and Deniz Altun{\"{o}z Erdoğan}, journal={Turkish journal of medical sciences}, year={2014}, volume={44 4}, pages={560-8} }