Differential effects of acute and chronic exercise on human neutrophil functions.

  title={Differential effects of acute and chronic exercise on human neutrophil functions.},
  author={G. C. Syu and Hsiun-ing Chen and Chauying Jack Jen},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  volume={44 6},
UNLABELLED Exercise effects on immunity are highly dependent on exercise intensity, duration, and frequency. PURPOSE Because neutrophils play an essential role in innate immunity, we investigated whether acute severe exercise (ASE) and chronic moderate exercise (CME) differentially regulate human neutrophil functions. METHODS Thirteen sedentary young males underwent an initial ASE (pedaling on a bicycle ergometer with increasing loads until exhaustion), and they were subsequently divided… CONTINUE READING
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