Exercise Physiology and the Immune System
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It has been suggested that the immunological responses to exercise are a subset of the physical stress reactions that characterize surgery, thermal and traumatic injury, haemorrhagic shock and acute myocardial infarction (1). Therefore, acute exercise can be viewed as a prototype for studying the effects of physical factors on the immune system (2).
KeywordsGrowth Hormone Natural Killer Cell Eccentric Exercise Natural Killer Cell Activity Acute Exercise
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