Regression of cardiac hypertrophy: morphometric and biochemical studies in rat heart after swimming training.

@article{Frenzel1988RegressionOC,
  title={Regression of cardiac hypertrophy: morphometric and biochemical studies in rat heart after swimming training.},
  author={Herbert Frenzel and Bodo Schwartzkopff and W H{\"o}ltermann and H. G. Schn{\"u}rch and Arianna Novi and Waldemar Hort},
  journal={Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={20 8},
  pages={737-51}
}
There is currently little information about the morphological changes of the myocardium accompanying the reversal of cardiac hypertrophy. In this study the hypothesis was tested that myocardial alterations induced by exercise will regress within a short interval after the end of training. Rat hearts were examined using morphometric and biochemical methods at the end of a 9-week period of endurance training and also 7, 10 and 14 days after its termination. At the end of the training period the… CONTINUE READING

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