No correlation between circulating ACE activity and $$ {\user2{V}}{\mathbf{O}}_{{{\mathbf{2}}_{{{\mathbf{max}}}} }} $$ or mechanical efficiency in women

@article{Day2006NoCB,
  title={No correlation between circulating ACE activity and \$\$ \{\user2\{V\}\}\{\mathbf\{O\}\}_\{\{\{\mathbf\{2\}\}_\{\{\{\mathbf\{max\}\}\}\} \}\} \$\$ or mechanical efficiency in women},
  author={Stephen H. Day and Peter Gohlke and Sukhbir S. Dhamrait and Alun G. Williams},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={99},
  pages={11-18}
}
The insertion (I) variant of the angiotensin-1 converting enzyme (ACE) I/D genetic polymorphism is associated with lower circulating and tissue ACE activity. Some studies have also suggested associations of ACE I/D genotype with endurance phenotypes. This study assessed the relationships between circulating ACE activity, ACE I/D genotype, mechanical efficiency and the maximal rate of oxygen uptake in sedentary individuals. Sixty-two untrained women were tested for mechanical efficiency during… CONTINUE READING

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