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Examining the Impact of Blood Flow Restricted Aerobic Exercise on PGC-1α mRNA Expression in Young Healthy Males

2019-07-10 22:21:18 | BioPortfolio

Summary

This crossover study investigates the effects of restricting arterial blood flow during cycling exercise on PGC-1α and its upstream signalling pathways. In a randomized order, participants will exercise once for 30 minutes with restricted blood flow and then will exercise once for 30 minutes with no blood flow restriction.

Study Design

Conditions

Mitochondrial Biogenesis

Intervention

BFR Exercise, CTL Exercise

Location

Queen's University
Kingston
Ontario
Canada
K7L3N6

Status

Recruiting

Source

Queen's University

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-07-10T22:21:18-0400

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