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Circulating endostatin levels at rest and 2–75 min after exercise.

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posted on 15.11.2013, 03:04 by Åsa Beijer, André Rosenberger, Birgit Bölck, Frank Suhr, Jörn Rittweger, Wilhelm Bloch

Data points indicate mean serum concentrations (± SEM) at the initial and final exercise sessions of a 6-week training intervention (n = 13). Endostatin levels were increased over resting levels 2-15 min after training (time effect): ‡‡P<0.01. (A) Acute effects of resistance exercise (RE) and resistive vibration exercise (RVE): the acute exercise effects did not differ between groups. (B) Long-term effects: circulating post-exercise endostatin levels in the RE group were higher at the final exercise compared to the initial exercise: # P<0.05.


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