The role of stress hormones in exercise-induced suppression of alveolar macrophage antiviral function.

@article{Kohut1998TheRO,
  title={The role of stress hormones in exercise-induced suppression of alveolar macrophage antiviral function.},
  author={Marian L. Kohut and John M Davis and David George Jackson and Lisa H. Colbert and A Strasner and Dr. A. Essig and Russell R Pate and Abdul Ghaffar and Eugene P. Mayer},
  journal={Journal of neuroimmunology},
  year={1998},
  volume={81 1-2},
  pages={193-200}
}
We hypothesized that a previously observed exercise-induced suppression of alveolar macrophage antiviral resistance results from increases in corticosterone and/or epinephrine. Mice (CD-1) were run to fatigue on a treadmill (exercise), or placed in Plexiglas lanes above the treadmill (control). The role of corticosterone was assessed by further dividing mice into groups receiving one of the following treatments; sham surgery, adrenalectomy, or adrenalectomy plus corticosterone replacement… CONTINUE READING
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