Gender and exercise influence on tissue antioxidant vitamin status in rats.

@article{Tiidus1999GenderAE,
  title={Gender and exercise influence on tissue antioxidant vitamin status in rats.},
  author={P. Tiidus and E. Bombardier and N. Hidiroglou and R. Mad{\`e}re},
  journal={Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology},
  year={1999},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={
          701-10
        }
}
Although gender differences in antioxidant status based largely on differing estrogen levels have been postulated, it is not known if other gender based differences in tissue antioxidants exist. This experiment examined whether gender based differences in tissue vitamin C and vitamin E concentration exist, and investigated the possibility of gender based differences in indices of tissue oxidative stress following an acute exercise bout. It was determined that female rats had significantly… Expand
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