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3) Post test sample- immediately after exhaustive test.
Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of acute exhaustive swimming exercise on apoptosis in the skeletal muscle of mice as well as explore the possible role of oxidative stress, antioxidant capacity, and PGC-1[alpha] in this process.
Analysis of the data represented at Table 1 shows that the results obtained by the exhaustive search method, and by the "noisy" search have similar levels of ACF sidelobes [R.
The list was designed to be as exhaustive as possible, given the sheer bulk of the information we were dealing with.
5 Serum concentrations of MMP2 and MMP9are reported to peak within a relatively short time period following one exhaustive aerobic activity session.
With a double page devoted to every single season, the club has been in existence, as well as informative pages on the club's history, career records for every player, past managers, transfers and forewords by Martin O'Neill and Ellis Short, it is an exhaustive account of all things Sunderland.
Therefore, the aim of the current study was to determine the effect of exhaustive exercise (triathlon) on uric acid, total antioxidant activity, oxidative stress and nitric oxide metabolites in the saliva of elite triathlete.
Beginning with a list of standard abbreviations used in the recipe instructions, we are treated to a chronological presentation of historical facts about the First United Methodist Church, an exhaustive table of contents, a listing of cooking 'Hints and Tips', and a measurements table that will prove especially helpful to the novice kitchen cook.
We will ensure that our inquiries are exhaustive and thorough.
Charts and graphs help illustrate the meticulously researched data, and exhaustive notes and an index round out this "must-have" reference guide for any reader seeking a better understanding of America's governmental health care bureaucracy.
Knecht's exhaustive research whisks his reader to the Antarctic Ocean, where an Australian patrol boat pursues an unidentified fishing vessel through storms and around icebergs.