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Exercise training initiated at old stage of lifespan attenuates aging- and ovariectomy-induced cardiac and renal oxidative stress: Role of baroreflex.

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Summary of "Exercise training initiated at old stage of lifespan attenuates aging- and ovariectomy-induced cardiac and renal oxidative stress: Role of baroreflex."

The association of aging and menopause is a potent risk factor for cardiometabolic disease. We studied the impact of aerobic exercise training (ET) initiated in the old stage of lifespan in hemodynamics, metabolic, autonomic and oxidative stress.

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Name: Experimental gerontology
ISSN: 1873-6815
Pages: 110635

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