Expression of serum HSP27 under exercise-induced muscle damage in elite greco-roman wrestlers

  title={Expression of serum HSP27 under exercise-induced muscle damage in elite greco-roman wrestlers},
  author={Piotr Żurek and Anna Kasperska and Marcin Krzysztoszek and Elżbieta H{\"u}bner-Woźniak and Agnieszka Zembroń-Łacny},
  journal={Journal of combat sports and martial arts},
The effectiveness of physical training depends on the training load, the individual toleration ability and an imbalance between the two may lead to under or over-training. One of the unique features of an exercise is that it leads to a simultaneous increase of antagonistic mediators. On the one hand, exercise elevates catabolic molecules such as stress hormo nes, pro-inflammatory cytokines etc. On the other hand, exercise stimulates anabolic components such as heat shock proteins (HSPs) which… 

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