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Redox biology of exercise: An integrative and comparative consideration of some overlooked issues
The central aim of this review is to address the highly multidisciplinary topic of redox biology as related to exercise using an integrative and comparative approach rather than focusing on blood, skeletal muscle or humans. ...
Low-frequency fatigue as an indicator of eccentric exercise-induced muscle injury: The role of vitamin e
This study investigates whether vitamin E can attenuate eccentric exercise-induced soleus muscle injury as indicated by the amelioration of in situ isometric force decline following a low-frequency fatigue protocol ...
Exercise as a model to study redox homeostasis in blood: The effect of protocol and sampling point
Twenty males ran either on a level treadmill (nonmuscle-damaging condition) or on a downhill treadmill (muscle-damaging condition). Blood and urine samples were collected before and after exercise (immediately after, 1h, ...