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Hormone Research (1993) 40 (1-3): 37–47.
Published Online: 05 December 2008
... quiescence. The amplitude and frequency of GH-secretory pulses are regulated by a complex array of external and internal stimuli including age, gender, menstrual cycle phase, pubertal status, nutrition, sleep, body composition and exercise. Changes in plasma concentrations of gonadal hormones, insulin...
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Hormone Research (1986) 23 (3): 136–141.
Published Online: 28 November 2008
...B.I. Joffe; B. Haitas; D. Edelstein; V. Panz; J.M. Lamprey; S.G. Baker; H.C. Seftel The aim of this study was to assess the acute effects of clonidine, an alpha 2 -adrenergic agonist, on hormonal responses to graded exercise in 8 healthy young men. After fasting overnight, each subject was tested...
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Hormone Research (1985) 21 (2): 88–94.
Published Online: 26 November 2008
...B.I. Joffe; R. Shires; J.M. Lamprey; W.J. Kalk; A. Botha; B. Haitas; H.C. Seftel The aim of this study was to assess whether the potent calcium antagonist nifedipine was capable of modifying the hormonal response to graded exercise in 7 healthy young men. After fasting overnight, each subject came...
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Hormone Research (1985) 21 (4): 209–213.
Published Online: 26 November 2008
... ergometer exercise test in 8 male competitive volleyball players and in 8 sedentary healthy males of the same age. Increased serum GH and cortisol values after exercise in both groups were found, whereas an exercise-induced PRL release was observed in athletes only. Serum levels of LH, FSH and TSH were...
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Hormone Research (1981) 15 (3): 141–147.
Published Online: 25 November 2008
...Daniela Ježová; Milan Vigaš The effects of pharmacological stimulation or blockade of adrenergic receptors on plasma testosterone levels were studied in healthy men subjected to bicycle ergometer exercise. Plasma testosterone increase after exercise was of shorter duration when the alpha-blocker...
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Hormone Research (2007) 66 (Suppl. 1): 17–21.
Published Online: 09 July 2008
..., cortisol and insulin are each uniquely affected by dietary nutrients and exercise. This article summarizes some of the work that has been conducted to assess how diet affects these hormones, in particular the exercise-induced hormone response, with an emphasis on skeletal muscle as a target tissue. Clearly...
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Hormone Research (2007) 66 (Suppl. 1): 89–92.
Published Online: 25 January 2007
...-onset GHD. Results also suggest that concomitant exercise training might further improve the outcome of GH replacement therapy. The present article focuses on summarizing data from the literature and from KIMS on the effect of long-term GH replacement therapy on muscle mass and function in adults who...
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Hormone Research (2004) 62 (Suppl. 1): 50–58.
Published Online: 10 March 2005
... over time. Changes in tIGF-I levels in relation to an acute bout of exercise or repeated bouts, known as training, are likely to contribute to this variation. Serum tIGF-I has also been found to be of predictive value in growth prediction models employed before the start of growth hormone (GH...
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Hormone Research (1998) 50 (Suppl. 1): 74–78.
Published Online: 17 November 2004
... wealth. The chief aim of science is not to open a door to infinite wisdom but to set a limit to infinite error.’ In this article we will try to analyze the evidence of the three so-called cornerstones of diabetes therapy – diet, exercise and insulin – with regard to their efficacy in reaching the goals...
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Hormone Research (2001) 56 (5-6): 159–164.
Published Online: 14 March 2002
... or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Triiodothyronine Thyroxine Thyrotropin Cycling Exercise...
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Hormone Research (2001) 55 (3): 155–159.
Published Online: 03 September 2001
...José L. Chicharro; Jesús Hoyos; Fernando Bandrés; Felix Gómez Gallego; Margarita Pérez; Alejandro Lucía Aims: This study was designed to explore the plasma oxytocin (OT) response to exercise until exhaustion in trained male cyclists. Methods: Twelve professional cyclists (EXP group; age: 26 ± 2...
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Hormone Research (2000) 54 (4): 169–173.
Published Online: 22 June 2001
... Smoking Exercise Alcohol drinking Body mass index Insulin Smoking is a risk factor for many diseases, including cancer [ 1 ], ischemic heart disease [ 2 ], diabetes mellitus [ 3 ]and cerebrovascular disease [ 4 ]. Smoking increases serum triglycerides [ 5 ], decreases HDL-cholesterol [ 6...