Effects of short physical exercise on the concentrations of alpha-1-microglobulin and beta-2-microglobulin in human plasma

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Title translated into German:Wirkungen kurzer koerperlicher Belastung auf die Konzentrationen von alpha-1-Mikroglobulin und beta-2-Mikroglobulin im menschlichen Plasma
Author:Ohno, H.; Doi, R.; Yamashita, K.; Yamamura, K.; Itoh, Y.; Kawai, T.; Taniguchi, N.
Published in:The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness
Published:25 (1985), 1/2 , S. 65-68, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
ISSN:0022-4707, 1827-1928
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Identification number:PU198602025181


A significant increase in beta-2-microglobulin concentration in human plasma was observed immediately after exercise (bicycle ergometer, about 75 VO2max for 30 min), but it disappeared after 30-min rest. The mean percentage increase in beta-2-microglobulin concentration (+23.9) was larger than the calculated loss of plasma volume (-14.5). On the other hand, plasma alpha-1-microglobulin concentration did not vary substantially at any time after exercise. A discrepancy between the plasma levels of these low molecular weight proteins was found under short physical exercise. Verf.-Referat