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China Institute of Sport Science, 11 Tiyuguan Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100061, China

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School of Physical Education and Sports, Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macao, China

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Dr. Stephen Hui Research Centre for Physical Recreation and Wellness, Department of Physical Education, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China

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Institute of Clinical Exercise and Health Sciences, School of Science, University of the West of Scotland, Hamilton, Scotland, UK





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Abstract It has been shown that a suppressive protein, acting as an immune suppressor, is generated in animals and humans under particular stresses. However, studies related to immunosuppressive factors in response to the stress resulting from acute exercise are limited. This study compares the effects of pre- and post-exercise human serum on concanavalin A stimulated lymphocyte proliferation of mice. In the present study, blood samples in eight male undergraduates age 21 ± 0.7 years were taken before and immediately after ten sets of exercise consisting of 15 free and 30 10-kg loaded squat jumps in each set. The suppression of lymphocyte proliferation was analysed with high pressure liquid chromatography. It was noted from the result of gel chromatography columns that the post-exercise values of the suppression of lymphocyte proliferation, in comparison to corresponding pre-exercise values, were generally greater with significant differences observed in 7.5th–9th min post-exercise eluates P 0.05. Such findings suggest that intense eccentric type exercise may lead to generation of immunosuppressive factors in young males. View Full-Text

Keywords: exercise; immunosuppressive factor; delayed onset muscle soreness exercise; immunosuppressive factor; delayed onset muscle soreness





Author: Ye Tian 1,* , Jinlei Nie 2, Tom K. Tong 3 and Julien S. Baker 4

Source: http://mdpi.com/



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