Redox biology of exercise: an integrative and comparative consideration of some overlooked issues.

@article{Nikolaidis2012RedoxBO,
  title={Redox biology of exercise: an integrative and comparative consideration of some overlooked issues.},
  author={Michalis G. Nikolaidis and Antonios Kyparos and Chrysoula I. Spanou and Vassilis Paschalis and Anastasios A. Theodorou and Ioannis S. Vrabas},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={215 Pt 10},
  pages={1615-25}
}
The central aim of this review is to address the highly multidisciplinary topic of redox biology as related to exercise using an integrative and comparative approach rather than focusing on blood, skeletal muscle or humans. An attempt is also made to re-define 'oxidative stress' as well as to introduce the term 'alterations in redox homeostasis' to describe changes in redox homeostasis indicating oxidative stress, reductive stress or both. The literature analysis shows that the effects of non… CONTINUE READING
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