Goldfarb, Allan

UNCG

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The effect of partial vascular occlusion on oxidative stress and inflammatory markers in young resistance trained individuals 2011 1811 Low-intensity strength training with partial vascular occlusion (PVO)was reported to result in muscle hypertrophy and strength increases similar to high-intensity training without PVO. Resistance training has been reported to increase markers of oxid...
The effects of acute exercise on plasma apelin and its relation to glucose homeostasis and insulin sensitivity 2015 1152 The blood glucose and insulin responses to acute maximal and submaximal aerobic exercise are well characterized (Marliss & Vranic, 2002), though our understanding of the molecular mechanisms effecting improved insulin sensitivity following acute exer...
Analyzing the role of body composition and diet in plasma apelin levels of normal healthy adults 2016 443 The purpose of this study was to determine if diet and/or body composition influences resting plasma apelin concentration. Apelin concentration appears to be influenced by the amount of fat in the body and by blood glucose concentration. However, mos...
Acute and chronic exercise effects on NrF2 and antioxidants in the muscle and brain tissue of Sprague Dawley rats 2017 33 Nuclear factor erythroid 2 related factor 2 (NrF2), is an essential transcription factor and a master regulator of the antioxidant defense system, which increases antioxidants in response to the production of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (RON...
The effects of acute exercise on plasma oxytocin 2018 362 Oxytocin is a nine-amino acid peptide hormone and/or neuropeptide that has proposed mechanisms related to diminishing the effects of physical, psychological, and psychosocial stress. Exercise is often used in clinical trials to quantify stress becaus...