Plasma free and sulphated catecholamines after ultra-long exercise and recovery

@article{Sagnol1990PlasmaFA,
  title={Plasma free and sulphated catecholamines after ultra-long exercise and recovery},
  author={Marcel Sagnol and J. Claustre and J.-M. Cottet-Emard and J. M. P{\'e}quignot and Nicole Fellmann and J. -L. Coudert and Liliane Peyrin},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={60},
  pages={91-97}
}
We investigated the early and late effects of two types of ultra-long exercise on sympatho-adrenal and dopaminergic activity. With this aim both free and sulphoconjugated plasma catecholamines (CA), noradrenaline (NA), adrenaline (A), and dopamine (DA) were determined in two groups of athletes immediately after completion of 24-h running or a 10-h triathlon and on recovery during the next 1–3 days. Both races stimulated the sympathetic activity, but differences were observed in the CA pattern… CONTINUE READING

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