Lymphocyte subset responses to repeated submaximal exercise in men.

@article{HoffmanGoetz1990LymphocyteSR,
  title={Lymphocyte subset responses to repeated submaximal exercise in men.},
  author={Laurie Hoffman-Goetz and J. R. Simpson and N Cipp and Yoga Arumugam and Michael Houston},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={68 3},
  pages={
          1069-74
        }
}
The effects of repeated bouts of submaximal cycle ergometry exercise on changes in the percentage of peripheral blood T-lymphocytes, the T-helper/inducer and T-cytotoxic/suppressor subsets, and natural killer (NK) cells were studied in 18 healthy young men who had no history of regular exercise training. Subjects were matched on the basis of maximal O2 uptake and assigned randomly to exercise or control groups, with controls resting quietly during the exercise sessions. The percentage of… CONTINUE READING

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