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Jo Verschueren, Bruno Tassignon, Matthias Proost, Amber Teugels, Jeroen Van Cutsem, Bart Roelands, Evert Verhagen, Sciprofile linkRomain Meeusen
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002323

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Luana Farias De Oliveira, Bryan Saunders, Guilherme Yamaguchi, Paul Swinton, Sciprofile linkGuilherme Giannini Artioli
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002313

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Jodie A. Wills, Jace Drain, Joel T. Fuller, Sciprofile linkTim L. A. Doyle
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002321

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Sciprofile linkRobert Buhmann, Gabriel Trajano, Graham Kerr, Anthony Shield
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002327

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Liying Zhang, Xiaofeng Yang, Mingyu Yin, Huaichun Yang, Lili Li, Alexandra Parashos, Ali Alawieh, Wuwei Feng, Haiqing Zheng, Xiquan Hu
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002318

Abstract:Although exercise is a safe, cost-effective, and therapeutic post-stroke therapy, the proper time-window and dosage of exercise are still unknown. We aim to determine the optimal combination of time-window and intensity of exercise by assessing infarct volume, neurological recovery, and underlying mechanisms in middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) rats. The study contains two parts: the time-window and the dosage experiments. The time-window experiment assessed the effects of moderate intensity exercise that was initiated at 24 hrs, 48 hrs, 72 hrs, 96 hrs and the control. In the dosage experiment, moderate and another two intensity exercise groups (Low, High) were assessed. Forced wheel running was the exercise technique used. Infarct volume and neurological function (modified Neurological Severity Scores, mNSS) were measured. Inflammatory cytokines, cell death and proliferation were further detected in the ischemic penumbra. The time-window part revealed that neither infarct volume nor mNSS was reduced in the exercise group initiated at 24 hrs. The other three groups with exercise initiated after 24 hrs had reduced infarct volume and reduced mNSS but those outcomes do not differ from each other. In the dosage part, the Low and Moderate intensity groups with exercise initiated at 48 hrs were both better than the High intensity group in terms of infarct volume and mNSS at 14 days; however, there was no statistical difference between these low and moderate groups. Exercise initiated at 24 hrs or High intensity promoted pro-inflammatory cytokines and cell death. Conclusions - Exercise at 24 hrs is harmful. Low and Moderate intensity exercise initiated at 48 hrs post-stroke appears to be the optimal combination for maximal functional recovery.
Emma E. Albin, Angelique G. Brellenthin, James A. Lang, Jacob D. Meyer, Duck-Chul Lee
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002319

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Katherine R. Cox, Joshua R. Smith, Nicholas D. Luden, Michael J. Saunders, Sciprofile linkStephanie P. Kurti
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002325

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Andrea M. Brennan, Andrew G. Day, Theresa E. Cowan, Gregory J. Clarke, Benoit Lamarche, Robert Ross
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Volume 52, pp 490-497; doi:10.1249/mss.0000000000002140

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Amy A. Kirkham, Kelcey A. Bland, David S. Zucker, Joshua Bovard, Tamara Shenkier, Donald C. McKenzie, Margot K. Davis, Karen A. Gelmon, Kristin L. Campbell
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Volume 52, pp 278-286; doi:10.1249/mss.0000000000002151

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Shuen Yee Lee, Stephen F. Burns, Kenneth K. C. Ng, David J. Stensel, Liang Zhong, Frankie H. Y. Tan, Kar Ling Chia, Kai Deng Fam, Margaret M. C. Yap, Kwee Poo Yeo, et al.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Volume 52, pp 370-380; doi:10.1249/mss.0000000000002150

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