The reaction of neutrophils in chronic exercise of varying intensity

Publication type Article
Status Published
Affiliation: South Ural State Medical University
Affiliation: South Ural State Medical University
Affiliation: Ural State University of Physical Culture
Journal nameRossiiskii immunologicheskii zhurnal
EditionVolume 12 Issue 3

In the experiment on rats shows that chronic submaximal exercise and moderate power leads to an increase in neutrophils with change of their functional activity. Chronic physical load of moderate power there is a decrease in chemotaxis. Phagocytic function changes is ambiguous – phagocytosis activity increases and intensity decreases. Chronic submaximal exercise indices of functional activity of leukocytes remain within the control values.

Keywordsphysical activity, chemotaxis, phagocytosis
Publication date12.01.2019
Cite   Download pdf To download PDF you should sign in
Размещенный ниже текст является ознакомительной версией и может не соответствовать печатной

views: 959

Readers community rating: votes 0

1. Walsh N. P., Gleeson M., Shephard R. J., Woods J. A. et al. Position statement. Part 1: Immune function and exercise. Exerc Immunol Rev, 2011, 17, 6–63.

2. Ermolaeva E. N., Krivokhizhina L. V., Kantyukov S. A. et al. Change in leukocyte indices in chronic physical activity., Russian Immunological Journal, 2013, 7 (16), 2–3 (1), 36–38. Russian

3. Volchegorsky I. A., Dolgushin I. I., Kolesnikov O. L., Tseylikman V. E. Experimental modeling and laboratory evaluation of adaptive reactions of the organism. Chelyabinsk: Publishing house of CGPU, 2000, 167. Russian

4. Smith C., Kruger M. J., Smith R. M., Myburgh K. H. The infl ammatory response to skeletal muscle injury: illuminating complexities. Sports Med, 2008, 38(11), 947–969.

5. Tidball J. G. Mechanisms of muscle injury, repair, and regeneration. Compr Physiol, 2011, 1(4), 2029–2062.

6. Peake J. M. Exercise-induced alterations in neutrophil degranulation and respiratory burst activity: possible mechanisms of action. Exerc Immunol Rev, 2002, 8, 49–100.

7. Melnikov I. Y., Zhurilo O. V., Komarova I. A, Sashenkov S. L. Humoral factors of immunity depending on the skill levels of athletes. Gazzetta Medica Italiana – Archivio per le Scienze Mediche, 2018, 177 (Suppl. 1, N3), 56–61.

8. Malm C. Susceptibility to infections in elite athletes: the S-curve. Scand J Med Sci Spor, 2006, 16(1), 4–6

9. Handzlik M. K., Shaw A. J., Dungey M., Bishop N. C., Gleeson M. The infl uence of exercise training status on antigen-stimulated IL-10 production in whole blood culture and numbers of circulating regulatory T cells. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2013, 113(7), 1839–1848.

Система Orphus