Early exercise for lifelong benefit: sustained cardiac programming in rats and the potential translation to humans
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It is well established that the intrauterine environment has the potential to determine the lifelong health of an organism. For example, prenatal stress can reduce gestational length and have negative downstream effects on endocrine and metabolic outcomes, which propagate across subsequent generations.
Journal of Physiology;
Perkins, D., Dawkins, T. and Stembridge, M. (2018) 'Early exercise for lifelong benefit: sustained cardiac programming in rats and the potential translation to humans', The Journal of Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1113/JP275993
This article was published in Journal of Physiology on 19 February 2018 (accepted manuscript online) available at https://doi.org/10.1113/JP275993
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