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Aerobic exercise inhibits obesity-induced respiratory phenotype.

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Summary of "Aerobic exercise inhibits obesity-induced respiratory phenotype."

Obesity results in decreased lung function and increased inflammation. Moderate aerobic exercise (AE) reduced lung inflammation and remodeling in a variety of respiratory disease models. Therefore, this study investigated whether AE can attenuate a diet-induced obesity respiratory phenotype; including airway hyper-responsiveness (AHR), remodeling and inflammation.

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Name: Cytokine
ISSN: 1096-0023
Pages: 46-52

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