10주 트레드밀 운동이 비만 쥐 혈관 내피세포의 오토파지 조절장애 개선에 미치는 효과open accessEffects of 10-Week Treadmill Exercise on the Improvement of Obesity-Induced Autophagy Dysregulation in Arterial Endothelial Cells of Mice
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- Effects of 10-Week Treadmill Exercise on the Improvement of Obesity-Induced Autophagy Dysregulation in Arterial Endothelial Cells of Mice
- 김지석; 전태봉; 백경완; 유준일; 안상현; 문효열
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- 오토파지; 혈관내피세포; 유산소 운동; 비만; Autophagy; Vascular endothelial cells; Aerobic exercise; Obesity
- 운동과학, v.28, no.3, pp.263 - 269
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- is an important contributor to the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. The purpose of this study was to determine whether regular aerobic exercise can improve obesity-induced dysregulation of autophagy in mice arterial endothelial cells.
METHODS: High-fat diet-induced obese mice were subjected to the treadmill running for 10 weeks (15 m/min, 1 hour/day, 6 days/ week). Endothelial cells were isolated from aorta by perfusing with QIAzol reagent. The mRNA and protein expressions of autophagyrelated genes were investigated by qRT-PCR and western-blot respectively. Statistical analysis was performed by one-way ANOVA.
RESULTS: Autophagy-related gene expressions in both levels of mRNA and protein were significantly decreased in vascular endothelial cells and arterial vessels of obese mice. However, these phenomena have been partly reversed by the regular treatment of treadmill exercise for 10 weeks. Furthermore, eNOS downregulation induced by the obesity was also improved by the regular aerobic exercise, representing enhanced endothelial function.
CONCLUSIONS: The current study has shown that the obesity-induced autophagy dysregulation and vascular dysfunction can be partly improved by the regular aerobic exercise in mice vascular endothelial cells.
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