Moderate intensity exercise inhibits macrophage infiltration and attenuates adipocyte inflammation in ovariectomized rats

@inproceedings{Jun2014ModerateIE,
  title={Moderate intensity exercise inhibits macrophage infiltration and attenuates adipocyte inflammation in ovariectomized rats},
  author={Jong Kui Jun and Wang Lok Lee and Hee Geun Park and Sang Ki Lee and Sun Hyo Jeong and Young Ran Lee},
  booktitle={Journal of exercise nutrition & biochemistry},
  year={2014}
}
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the different endurance exercise intensities on the macrophage infiltration and adipocyte inflammation of ovariectomized rats. METHODS 24 female SD rats (6 weeks old) were randomly assigned to sham control (SC; n=6), ovariectomized control (OC; n=6), ovariectomized low intensity exercise (OL; n=6), and ovariectomized moderate intensity exercise (OM; n=6) groups. The two training groups ran for 60 min/day, 5 times/ week at 18… CONTINUE READING

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