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Plasma from exercised rats administered to sedentary rats induces systemic and tissue inflammation
Recent studies have consistently supported the active role of blood in mediating biochemical and physiological tissue adaptations. However, no study has investigated the possible contribution of circulating factors in an ...
The rat closely mimics oxidative stress and inflammation in humans after exercise but not after exercise combined with vitamin C administration
Purpose: The purpose of the present study was to directly compare oxidative stress and inflammation responses between rats and humans. Methods: We contrasted rat and human oxidative stress and inflammatory responses to ...
Blood reflects tissue oxidative stress: A systematic review
We examined whether the levels of oxidative stress biomarkers measured in blood reflect the tissue redox status. Data from studies that measured redox biomarkers in blood, heart, liver, kidney and skeletal muscle were ...
The NAD+ precursor nicotinamide riboside decreases exercise performance in rats
Background: Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) and its phosphorylated form (NADP+) are key molecules in ubiquitous bioenergetic and cellular signaling pathways, regulating cellular metabolism and homeostasis. Thus, ...
Rapid decreases of key antioxidant molecules in critically ill patients: A personalized approach
Background & aims: Oxidative stress is regarded a key component of critical illness and has been associated with poor prognosis in Intensive Care Unit (ICU)patients. Diverse antioxidant treatments have been applied to ...
Effect of body composition on redox homeostasis at rest and in response to exercise: The case of underfat women
Underfat individuals have been neglected as a malnourished population in terms of redox homeostasis. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of body composition on redox homeostasis at rest and in response ...