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Adaptive mechanisms of mitochondria in response to exercise

Adaptive mechanisms of mitochondria in response to exercise

... activity of mitochondrial enzymes and the maxi- mum speed of ATP synthesis in isolated mitochondria 14 ...meaning of mitochondrial adaptation in muscle is reflected in ... See full document

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Cardiac molecular-acclimation mechanisms in response to swimming-induced exercise in Atlantic salmon.

Cardiac molecular-acclimation mechanisms in response to swimming-induced exercise in Atlantic salmon.

... muscle of high performance fish such as tunas and salmonids, like humans, prefers lipids as a fuel under normal conditions ...use of glucose remains limited ...transcription of genes such as ... See full document

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Iron status and the acute post-exercise hepcidin response in athletes.

Iron status and the acute post-exercise hepcidin response in athletes.

... the mechanisms relating to iron deficiency in athletes has been increasingly investigated, with a shift in focus from the more traditionally accepted avenues of exercise-induced ... See full document

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Adaptive evolution of a stress response protein.

Adaptive evolution of a stress response protein.

... the mechanisms that underlie these linkages are only beginning to be ...signature of adaptive evolution on the DNA sequence of the mammalian stress response gene SEP53, a member ... See full document

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Intensity of swimming exercise in fluences aortic reactivity in rats

Intensity of swimming exercise in fluences aortic reactivity in rats

... high-intensity exercise (33). However, it is difficult to investigate the mechanisms in detail in humans, and the current study provides valuable information to help explain the ... See full document

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Heart rate response to graded exercise test of elderly subjects in different ranges of TSH levels

Heart rate response to graded exercise test of elderly subjects in different ranges of TSH levels

... subjects of both genders, aged 65 or more years old without known thyroid dysfunctions and with serum TSH in the normal reference range ...included in this cross- sectional ...METs of ... See full document

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From flapping wings to underactuated fingers and beyond: a broad look to self-adaptive mechanisms

From flapping wings to underactuated fingers and beyond: a broad look to self-adaptive mechanisms

... types of self- adaptive mechanisms, closely related to the principle of con- tinuously variable ...solution to compensate a variation in the load driven by an actuator ... See full document

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Systems-level comparison of host-responses elicited by avian H5N1 and seasonal H1N1 influenza viruses in primary human macrophages.

Systems-level comparison of host-responses elicited by avian H5N1 and seasonal H1N1 influenza viruses in primary human macrophages.

... NFkB-dependent mechanisms that trigger cell survival, with the anti-apoptotic activities of TNF-a regarded to be its dominant ...via mitochondria-dependent and independent ...arm of ... See full document

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Lactobacillus acidophilus-Rutin Interplay Investigated by Proteomics.

Lactobacillus acidophilus-Rutin Interplay Investigated by Proteomics.

... due to their anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, cardio-protective and chemopreventive ...absorbed in a very low percentage in the small intestine and reach intact the colon, where they are metabolized ... See full document

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Molecular mechanisms of the adaptive response

Molecular mechanisms of the adaptive response

... sponses to ionizing radiation in lymphocytes of radiation workers involved altered expression of genes associated with cell cycle regulation, DNA repair, signal transduction, apoptosis ... See full document

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Adaptive cycles of floodplain vegetation response to flooding and drying

Adaptive cycles of floodplain vegetation response to flooding and drying

... ductivity response through the wetting, wet, drying and dry adaptive-cycle phases in the Narran floodplain can only be hypothesised at ...levels of organisation is an essential first step ... See full document

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Impact of the lectin chaperone calnexin on the stress response, virulence and proteolytic secretome of the fungal pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus.

Impact of the lectin chaperone calnexin on the stress response, virulence and proteolytic secretome of the fungal pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus.

... chaperone in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) that is part of a quality control system that promotes the accurate folding of glycoproteins entering the secretory ...virulence of the human fungal ... See full document

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An Advancement To The Security Level Through Galois Field In The Existing Password Based Technique Of Hiding Classified Information In Images

An Advancement To The Security Level Through Galois Field In The Existing Password Based Technique Of Hiding Classified Information In Images

... refers to a field in which there exists finitely many ...useful in translating computer data as they are represented in binary ...those of regular ...property of the Galois field ... See full document

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Arq. NeuroPsiquiatr.  vol.74 número7

Arq. NeuroPsiquiatr. vol.74 número7

... attack of the poliomyelitis ...weakening in muscles that were previously affected by the polio ...incidence of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) in individuals suffering from PPS is not ...reason ... See full document

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PDF EN Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia 5 20 english

PDF EN Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia 5 20 english

... 5. Wibmer T, Rüdiger S, Heitner C, Kropf-Sanchen C, Blanta I, Stoiber KM, et al. Effects of nasal positive expiratory pressure on dynamic hyperinlation and 6-minute walk test in patients with COPD. Respir ... See full document

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Rev Bras Med Esporte  vol.12 número6 en a17v12n6

Rev Bras Med Esporte vol.12 número6 en a17v12n6

... corresponding to 65% of the maximal ...reduction in the SBP betw een 10 and 60 min after exercise, w ith more expressive reduction in the measurement taken 30 min after exertion (20 ... See full document

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CmWRKY1 Enhances the Dehydration Tolerance of Chrysanthemum through the Regulation of ABA-Associated Genes.

CmWRKY1 Enhances the Dehydration Tolerance of Chrysanthemum through the Regulation of ABA-Associated Genes.

... propagated in a pot using a 1:1 (v/v) mixture of soil and vermiculite and cultivated in a greenhouse (day/night temperatures of 25/18°C, a 14-h light/10-h dark pho- toperiod, a light intensity ... See full document

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Effect Of Shape And Plan Configuration On Seismic Response Of Structure

Effect Of Shape And Plan Configuration On Seismic Response Of Structure

... aspect to be considered while designing structures. Lot of work has been reported by many researchers who worked to study the effect of structures with irregular plan and ...contributed ... See full document

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Efeitos de um programa de treinamento físico em mulheres asmáticas.

Efeitos de um programa de treinamento físico em mulheres asmáticas.

... Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Research Digest. Provas de função pulmonar limites e possibilidades. Adaptive strategies of respiratory muscles in response to endurance exercis[r] ... See full document

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Acute cardiovascular response to pre-prandial and postprandial exercise in active men

Acute cardiovascular response to pre-prandial and postprandial exercise in active men

... interval of 72 hours. Subjects were asked to refrain from physical activity and ergogenic resources from 48 hours before the start of the study until the end of the ...assessment of ... See full document

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