Exercise-induced oxidative stress:myths, realities and physiological relevance.

  title={Exercise-induced oxidative stress:myths, realities and physiological relevance.},
  author={Niels B. J. Vollaard and Jerry P Shearman and Chris E. Cooper},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  volume={35 12},
Although assays for the most popular markers of exercise-induced oxidative stress may experience methodological flaws, there is sufficient credible evidence to suggest that exercise is accompanied by an increased generation of free radicals, resulting in a measurable degree of oxidative modifications to various molecules. However, the mechanisms responsible are unclear. A common assumption that increased mitochondrial oxygen consumption leads per se to increased reactive oxygen species (ROS… CONTINUE READING
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