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Further studies on the modulation of the physiological maturation and ageing processes - a comparative study of voluntary exercise and food restriction in the rat

Project leader
Skalicky Monika
Type of Research
Basic research
Vetmed Research Units
Institute of Physiology, Pathohysiology and Biophysics, Unit of Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Experimental Endocrinology
Funded by
4 Publications

Strasser, A; Dedoyard, A; Lohninger, A; Niederm├╝ller, H (2006): L-Carnitine L-tartrate (LCLT) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) affect red and white blood cells in aged Sprague-Dawley rats. Arch Gerontol Geriatr. 2006; 44(3):325-336

Novelli, M; Pocai, A; Skalicky, M; Viidik, A; Bergamini, E; Masiello, P (2004): Effects of life-long exercise on circulating free fatty acids and muscle triglyceride content in ageing rats. Exp Gerontol. 2004; 39(9):1333-1340

Loupal, G; Url, A; Skalicky, M; Viidik, A (2005): Physical exercise retards the development of chronic nephropathy in the ageing rat as efficiently as food restriction does. Gerontology. 2005; 51(2):83-93

Skalicky, M; Viidik, A (2003): Voluntary exercise and mild food restriction influence body composition and the colagen biomarker of ageing. Vth European Congress of Gerontology. Barcelona 2.-5.7.2003. Revista Espanola Geriatria y Gerontologia 38,(Suppl. 1).

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