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Title: Metabolic mitochondrial alterations prevail in the female rat heart 8 weeks after exercise cessation
Authors: Tocantins, Carolina 
Martins, João D
Rodrigues, Óscar M
Grilo, Luís F
Diniz, Mariana S. 
Stevanovic-Silva, Jelena
Beleza, Jorge
Coxito, Pedro
Rizo-Roca, David
Santos-Alves, Estela 
Rios, Manoel
Carvalho, Lina 
Moreno, António J
Ascensão, António 
Magalhães, José
Oliveira, Paulo J
Pereira, Susana P
Keywords: cardiac remodelling; exercise cessation; female; high-fat high-sugar diet; metabolic dysfunction; mitochondria
Issue Date: 31-Jul-2023
Publisher: Wiley
Serial title, monograph or event: European Journal of Clinical Investigation
Abstract: The consumption of high-caloric diets strongly contributes to the development of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of mortality worldwide. Exercise (along with diet intervention) is one of the primary non-pharmacological approaches to promote a healthier lifestyle and counteract the rampant prevalence of NCDs. The present study evaluated the effects of exercise cessation after a short period training on the cardiac metabolic and mitochondrial function of female rats.
ISSN: 0014-2972
DOI: 10.1111/eci.14069
Rights: openAccess
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