MicroRNAs 29 are involved in the improvement of ventricular compliance promoted by aerobic exercise training in rats.

@article{Soci2011MicroRNAs2A,
  title={MicroRNAs 29 are involved in the improvement of ventricular compliance promoted by aerobic exercise training in rats.},
  author={Ursula Paula Ren{\'o} Soci and Tiago Fernandes and Nara Yumi Hashimoto and Gl{\'o}ria de F{\'a}tima Alves da Mota and Marco Aur{\'e}lio Amadeu and Kaleizu Teodoro Rosa and Maria Cl{\'a}udia Costa Irigoyen and Michael Ian Phillips and Edilamar Menezes Oliveira},
  journal={Physiological genomics},
  year={2011},
  volume={43 11},
  pages={665-73}
}
MiRNAs regulate cardiac development, hypertrophy, and angiogenesis, but their role in cardiac hypertrophy (CH) induced by aerobic training has not previously been studied. Aerobic training promotes physiological CH preserving cardiac function. This study assessed involvement of miRNAs-29 in CH of trained rats. Female Wistar rats (n=7/group) were randomized into three groups: sedentary (S), training 1 (T1), training 2 (T2). T1: swimming sessions of 60 min/5 days/wk/10 wk. T2: similar to T1 until… CONTINUE READING