Regulation of myokine expression: Role of exercise and cellular stress.

@article{Ost2016RegulationOM,
  title={Regulation of myokine expression: Role of exercise and cellular stress.},
  author={Mario Ost and Verena Coleman and Juliane Kasch and Susanne Klaus},
  journal={Free radical biology & medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={98},
  pages={
          78-89
        }
}
Exercise training is well known to improve physical fitness and to combat chronic diseases and aging related disorders. Part of this is thought to be mediated by myokines, muscle derived secretory proteins (mainly cytokines) that elicit auto/paracrine but also endocrine effects on organs such as liver, adipose tissue, and bone. Today, several hundred potential myokines have been identified most of them not exclusive to muscle cells. Strenuous exercise is associated with increased production of… CONTINUE READING
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