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Effects of acute exercise on monocyte subpopulations in metabolic syndrome patients

Wonner, Ralph ; Wallner, Stefan ; Orsó, Evelyn ; Schmitz, Gerd


ObjectiveAcute exercise induces numerous changes in peripheral blood, e.g. counts of leukocytes. CD16(pos) monocytes, which play a role in the pathogenesis of arteriosclerosis and the metabolic syndrome (MetS), are among the blood cells with the highest fold increase through exercise. So far no studies have investigated the effect of exercise on the blood cell composition of patients with MetS. ...


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