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Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease

Mohammad Amin Delavari, Ali Asghar Ravasi, Abbas Ali Gaeini, Reza Nouri.

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Background: Reviewing the previous studies reveals that the balance between stimulators and inhibitors of angiogenesis is of a great deal of importance. Among these factors, it can be pointed to the ANGPT2-like protein and the interferon (IFN)-beta. Since hypoxia is one of the most powerful stimulators of angiogenesis and considering the fact that endurance training creates a hypoxia condition.

Aims and Objectives: The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects of 8 weeks of noncontinuous aerobic exercise on levels of angiopoietin2-like proteins and IFN beta (IFN╬▓) in male rats suffering from coronary artery disease. Materials and Methods: To this end, 32 months old rats weighting between 200 and 250 g were randomly selected. Afterward, 20 of the rats were made sick and further divided into two 10 member groups of control and experimental. The experimental group received 5 sessions of non-continuous aerobic exercises on animal per week for 8 weeks on an animal treadmill while the control group did not receive any exercises during these 8 weeks. After the period of the experiment, 5 mL of blood was taken from reach ratĺs lower inferior vein 72 h after the past exercise after anesthetization by expert animal surgeons. Research data have been analyzed using the ANOVA test and the SPSS v.0.24 Software.

Results: Research findings indicate that after 8 weeks of participation in non-continuous aerobic exercises, a certain statistically significant difference was made between the control and experimental groups in terms of the level of IFN╬▓. However, no statistically significant difference was recorded for the level of angiopoitein-2 like proteins.

Conclusion: In general and with respect to the obtained results it can be stated that 8 weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercises did not result in an increase in the angiopoietin-2 like proteins level while resulting in a statistically significant decrease in the level of IFN╬▓.

Key words: Non-continuous Exercise; Angiogenesis; Coronary Arteries


 
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Delavari MA, Ravasi AA, Gaeini AA, Nouri R. Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017


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Delavari MA, Ravasi AA, Gaeini AA, Nouri R. Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. http://www.njppp.com/?mno=283372 [Access: January 22, 2018]. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017


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Delavari MA, Ravasi AA, Gaeini AA, Nouri R. Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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Delavari MA, Ravasi AA, Gaeini AA, Nouri R. Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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Delavari, M. A., Ravasi, A. A., Gaeini, A. A. & Nouri, R. (2018) Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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Delavari, Mohammad Amin, Ali Asghar Ravasi, Abbas Ali Gaeini, and Reza Nouri. 2018. Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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Delavari, Mohammad Amin, Ali Asghar Ravasi, Abbas Ali Gaeini, and Reza Nouri. "Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease." doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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Delavari, Mohammad Amin, Ali Asghar Ravasi, Abbas Ali Gaeini, and Reza Nouri. "Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease." doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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Delavari, M. A., Ravasi, A. A., Gaeini, A. A. & Nouri, R. (2018) Investigating the effects eight weeks of non-continuous aerobic exercise on the levels of angiopoietin2-like protein and interferon beta in rats suffering from coronary artery disease. doi:10.5455/njppp.2018.8.1143710122017



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