exercise immunology

ex·er·cise im·mu·nol·o·gy

(eks'ĕr-sīz im'yū-nŏl'ŏ-jē)
Field of study on the interactions of physical, environmental, and psychological factors on immune function.
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Timmons, "Paediatric exercise immunology: health and clinical applications," Exercise Immunology Review, vol.
Brenu et al., "The open window of susceptibility to infection after acute exercise in healthy young male elite athletes," Exercise Immunology Review, vol.
Franco, "The microbiota: an exercise immunology perspective," Exercise Immunology Review, vol.
He is the lead editor of the book Exercise Immunology, which was created to be the first university textbook on the subject.
Exercise immunology: future directions for research related to athletes, nutrition, and the elderly.
European Review of Aging and Physical Activity European Sports History Review 2.8 *** Exercise Immunology Review 4.5 *** Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews * Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology ???
Results were presented at the International Society of Exercise Immunology.
Current perspective on exercise immunology. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 2 (5), 239-242
Exercise Immunology Reviews (2008;14) highlighted another study on elderly subjects aged 61 to 79.
Gleeson (exercise biochemistry, Loughborough U., UK) presents an undergraduate-level textbook introducing the relatively new field of exercise immunology to students involved in the broader field of exercise physiology.
Suzuki, "Exploring the importance of translational regulation in the inflammatory responses by a genomewide approach," Exercise Immunology Review, vol.
The idea that aerobic exercise training could influence immunosenescence developed in the late 1990s, almost two decades after the field of exercise immunology, was established [49].