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nfluence of citalopram and environmental temperature on exercise-induced hanges in BDNF

@inproceedings{Goekinta2011nfluenceOC,
  title={nfluence of citalopram and environmental temperature on exercise-induced hanges in BDNF},
  author={aaike Goekinta and Bart Roelandsa and Elsa Heymanc and Rose Njeminid and Romain Meeusena},
  year={2011}
}
Purpose: Serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is known to increase with exercise. This increase is believed to originate from the brain and it is suggested that monoamines are involved in BDNF regulation. Heat exposure could influence the supposed BDNF output from the brain. Therefore, we hypothesized that administration of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor could influence the exerciseinduced increase in BDNF, and that peripheral BDNF will be higher when exercise is performed… 

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