Exercise: Putting Action into Our Epigenome

@article{Denham2013ExercisePA,
  title={Exercise: Putting Action into Our Epigenome},
  author={J. Denham and F. Marques and B. O’Brien and F. Charchar},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={189-209}
}
Most human phenotypes are influenced by a combination of genomic and environmental factors. Engaging in regular physical exercise prevents many chronic diseases, decreases mortality risk and increases longevity. However, the mechanisms involved are poorly understood. The modulating effect of physical (aerobic and resistance) exercise on gene expression has been known for some time now and has provided us with an understanding of the biological responses to physical exercise. Emerging research… Expand
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