Impact of heat and pollution on oxidative stress and CC16 secretion after 8 km run

@article{Gomes2011ImpactOH,
  title={Impact of heat and pollution on oxidative stress and CC16 secretion after 8 km run},
  author={Elisa Couto Gomes and Vicki Stone and Geraint D. Florida-James},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={111},
  pages={2089-2097}
}
To investigate the acute effect of a hot, humid and ozone-polluted (O3) environment on lung inflammation and oxidative tress of runners performing 8 km time trial run. Using a single-blinded randomized design, 10 male athletes (mean $$ \dot{V}{\text{O}}_{2\max } $$ = 64.4 mlO2 kg−1 min−1, SD = 4.4) took part in a time trial run in four different environmental conditions: 20°C + 50% relative humidity (rh) (Control); 20°C + 50% rh + 0.10 ppm O3 (Control + O3); 31°C + 70% rh (Heat); 31°C + 70% rh… CONTINUE READING

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