Hematologic, iron-related, and acute-phase protein responses to sustained strenuous exercise

Hematologic, iron-related, and acute-phase protein responses to sustained strenuous exercise centration is accompanied by a rise in the plasma concentration of ferritin (12, 25) in the synthesis of ferritin in reticuloendothelial cells (23). All these metabolic sequelae appear to result from the elaboration release of a closely related series of small molecular weight proteins (5) that have been collectively termed interleukin-1. Interleukin-1 is synthesized released by antigen-processing cells such as monocytes fixed tissue phagocytes (25). Since there is evidence that muscle injury can trigger off the acute phase response (16), a number of markers of this response of muscle injury were evaluated in a group of trained athletes taking part in sustained strenuous . This was done to obtain further insight into the effects of sustained strenuous physical on iron homeostasis to see to what extent other components of the so-called acute-phase response might provide insights into the mechanisms underlying alterations in the iron-related measurements. MATERIALS METHODS THERE IS EVIDENCEthat continued severe exertion leads to a progressive fall in the serum iron concentration (3l.), but the reason why it should occur has not been elucidated. It has previously been noted that is a central component of the nonimmune inflammatory response (21, 25), it seems likely that the same http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Physiology The American Physiological Society

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centration is accompanied by a rise in the plasma concentration of ferritin (12, 25) in the synthesis of ferritin in reticuloendothelial cells (23). All these metabolic sequelae appear to result from the elaboration release of a closely related series of small molecular weight proteins (5) that have been collectively termed interleukin-1. Interleukin-1 is synthesized released by antigen-processing cells such as monocytes fixed tissue phagocytes (25). Since there is evidence that muscle injury can trigger off the acute phase response (16), a number of markers of this response of muscle injury were evaluated in a group of trained athletes taking part in sustained strenuous . This was done to obtain further insight into the effects of sustained strenuous physical on iron homeostasis to see to what extent other components of the so-called acute-phase response might provide insights into the mechanisms underlying alterations in the iron-related measurements. MATERIALS METHODS THERE IS EVIDENCEthat continued severe exertion leads to a progressive fall in the serum iron concentration (3l.), but the reason why it should occur has not been elucidated. It has previously been noted that is a central component of the nonimmune inflammatory response (21, 25), it seems likely that the same

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Journal of Applied PhysiologyThe American Physiological Society

Published: Feb 1, 1987

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