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- Boraczyński, Tomasz, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of thermal biology 2012 v.37 no.8 pp. 595-601
- neutralization; lipid content; humans; catalase; thermal stress; reactive oxygen species; lipid peroxidation; superoxide dismutase; ambient temperature; thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances; erythrocytes; swimming; glutathione peroxidase; cold; volunteers; blood plasma; antioxidant activity; oxidative stress
- ... The adaptation of human organism to environmental stress plays an important role in maintaining good health. The exposure to both low and high ambient temperature may provoke thermal stress and such a condition potentially leads to the excessive production of reactive oxygen species, which may result in oxidative stress. The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of one session of swimmi ...
- Boraczyński, Tomasz, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of thermal biology 2011 v.36 no.1 pp. 29-33
- blood serum; cold; enzymes; exercise; muscles; women
- ... In this study higher activity of certain lysosomal enzymes with concomitant lower α₁-antitryspin activity was revealed in serum of kayaker women after intense exercise without any external stimuli as compared with the exercise preceded by extreme cold application. Whole-body cryostimulation may have hormetic, beneficial impact on reduction of muscle damage. ...