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Resistin response to a short time cycling in asthma patients

Ahmadi Pezhman, Torabi Mohsen, Aran Ardabili Akbar, Aghazadeh Javad

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.2(6), 54-59, June 2012

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The role of peptide hormones in modulating systemic inflammation are of increasing interest and importance in studies of respiratory diseases. The purpose of this study was to compare serum resistin between asthma and those with non-asthma men and also to evaluate its serum resistin response to a single bout cycling in asthma patients. For this purpose, seventeen adult men with asthma and the same number of healthy subjects matched for age and BMI participated in this study by accidentally samples. Respiratory functional markers and Fasting serum resistin were compared in two groups. Then, respiratory functional markers and serum resistin were measured after a single bout cycling in asthma patients. The data were compared by independent-paired T test. At baseline, respiratory functional markers (FEV1, FEV1/FVC) and serum resistin in asthma patients was higher than healthy subjects (p < 0.05). Exercise protocol resulted in an increase in respiratory function and decrease in serum resistin in studied patients (p < 0.05). Based on these data we can say Serum Resistin may be a precise predictor of asthma and one moderate exercise cycling can be improve this inflammation marker these patients.

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Resistin response to a short time cycling in asthma patients

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