Oxidative stress effects on endothelial cells treated with different athletes' sera.

@article{Conti2012OxidativeSE,
  title={Oxidative stress effects on endothelial cells treated with different athletes' sera.},
  author={Valeria Conti and Graziamaria Corbi and Giusy Russomanno and Vittorio Simeon and Nicola Ferrara and Walter Filippelli and Francesco Mario Limongelli and Raffaele Canonico and Concetta Grasso and Paola Stiuso and Alessandra Dicitore and Amelia Filippelli},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={39-49}
}
PURPOSE Exercise training is a nonpharmacological intervention that improves cardiovascular function and enhances endothelial homeostasis in patients with cardiovascular diseases. However, the amount of benefit achieved varies widely depending on the type and duration of exercise. Moreover, data about the long-term effects of physical activity are scarce. METHODS In this study, endothelial cells, exposed or not to oxidative stress, were conditioned with sera from athletes regularly… CONTINUE READING
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