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Type: Artigo
Title: Effects of exercise training on stress-induced vascular reactivity alterations: role of nitric oxide and prostanoids
Author: Bruder-Nascimento, Thiago
Silva, Samuel T.
Boer, Patricia A.
Cordellini, Sandra
Abstract: Physical exercise may modify biologic stress responses. Objective: To investigate the impact of exercise training on vascular alterations induced by acute stress, focusing on nitric oxide and cyclooxygenase pathways. Wistar rats were separated into: sedentary, trained (60-min swimming, 5 days/week during 8 weeks, carrying a 5% body-weight load), stressed (2 h-immobilization), and trained/stressed. Response curves for noradrenaline, in the absence and presence of L-NAME or indomethacin, were obtained in intact and denuded aortas (n=7-10). Results: None of the procedures altered the denuded aorta reactivity. Intact aortas from stressed, trained, and trained/stressed rats showed similar reduction in noradrenaline maximal responses (sedentary 3.54 +/- 0.15, stressed 2.80 +/- 0.10*, trained 2.82 +/- 0.11*, trained/stressed 2.97 +/- 0.21*, *P<0.05 relate to sedentary). Endothelium removal and L-NAME abolished this hyporeactivity in all experimental groups, except in trained/stressed rats that showed a partial aorta reactivity recovery in L-NAME presence (L-NAME: sedentary 5.23 +/- 0,26(#), stressed 5.55 +/- 0.38(#), trained 5.28 +/- 0.30(#), trained/stressed 4.42 +/- 0.41, P-#<0.05 related to trained/stressed). Indomethacin determined a decrease in sensitivity (EC50) in intact aortas of trained rats without abolishing the aortal hyporeactivity in trained, stressed, and trained/stressed rats. Exercise-induced vascular adaptive response involved an increase in endothelial vasodilator prostaglandins and nitric oxide. Stress-induced vascular adaptive response involved an increase in endothelial nitric oxide. Beside the involvement of the endothelial nitric oxide pathway, the vascular response of trained/stressed rats involved an additional mechanism yet to be elucidated. These findings advance on the understanding of the vascular processes after exercise and stress alone and in combination
Subject: Óxido nítrico
Fisioterapia
Country: Brasil
Editor: Elsevier
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/bjpt-rbf.2014.0088
Address: https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1413-35552015000300177
Date Issue: 2015
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