Exercise increases sphingoid base-1-phosphate levels in human blood and skeletal muscle in a time- and intensity-dependent manner

@inproceedings{Baranowski2014ExerciseIS,
  title={Exercise increases sphingoid base-1-phosphate levels in human blood and skeletal muscle in a time- and intensity-dependent manner},
  author={M Baranowski and Agnieszka Urszula Błachnio-Zabielska and Małgorzata Charmas and J\orn Wulff Helge and Flemming Dela and Monika Książek and Barbara Długołęcka and Andrzej Klusiewicz and Adrian Chabowski and J. Cristopher Gorski},
  booktitle={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2014}
}
Sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P) regulates cardiovascular function and plays an important role in muscle biology. We have previously reported that cycling exercise increased plasma S1P. Here, we investigated the effect of exercise duration and intensity on plasma and skeletal muscle S1P levels. In the first experiment, 13 male athletes performed a 60-min… CONTINUE READING