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Hormones, metabolism and the benefits of exercise [electronic resource]

Hormones, metabolism and the benefits of exercise [electronic resource]

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Spiegelman, Bruce.
Title Statement
Hormones, metabolism and the benefits of exercise [electronic resource] / Bruce Spiegelman, editor.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Springer,   c2017.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (x, 102 p.).
Series Statement
Research and Perspectives in Endocrine Interactions,1861-2253
ISBN
9783319727899 9783319727905 (e-book)
요약
The world is faced with an epidemic of metabolic diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. This is due to changes in dietary habits and the decrease in physical activity. Exercise is usually part of the prescription, the first line of defense, to prevent or treat metabolic disorders. However, we are still learning how and why exercise provides metabolic benefits in human health. This open access volume focuses on the cellular and molecular pathways that link exercise, muscle biology, hormones and metabolism. This will include novel “myokines” that might act as new therapeutic agents in the future.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Introduction -- Human brown adipose tissue plasticity: hormonal and environmental manipulation -- The energy sensor AMPK: Adaptations to exercise, nutritional and hormonal signals -- Plasma steroids and cardiorespiratory fitness response to regular exercise -- Sending the signal: Muscle glycogen availability as a regulator of training adaptation -- Optimized engagement of macrophages and satellite cells in the repair and regeneration of exercised muscle -- Skeletal muscle microRNAs: Roles in differentiation, disease and exercise -- Tryptophan-kynurenine metabolites in exercise and mental health -- FNDC5/irisin - their role in the nervous system and as a mediator for beneficial effects of exercise on the brain.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
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Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Medicine. Endocrinology. Cardiology. Diabetes. Metabolic diseases.
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520 ▼a The world is faced with an epidemic of metabolic diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. This is due to changes in dietary habits and the decrease in physical activity. Exercise is usually part of the prescription, the first line of defense, to prevent or treat metabolic disorders. However, we are still learning how and why exercise provides metabolic benefits in human health. This open access volume focuses on the cellular and molecular pathways that link exercise, muscle biology, hormones and metabolism. This will include novel “myokines” that might act as new therapeutic agents in the future.
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Table of Contents

Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Human Brown Adipose Tissue Plasticity: Hormonal and Environmental Manipulation -- Introduction -- BAT and the Adaptive Thermogenesis Response -- Implications of the Rediscovery of BAT in Adult Humans -- Integrative Physiology Studies of Human Adaptive Thermogenesis -- Intervention Studies Aimed to Modulate the Human Adaptive Thermogenesis Response -- Manipulation of the Human Adaptive Thermogenesis Response by Hormones and Myokines -- Conclusions -- References -- The Energy Sensor AMPK: Adaptations to Exercise, Nutritional and Hormonal Signals -- Introduction -- AMPK: Structure and Regulation -- AMPK: Regulation by Hormones and Nutrients -- AMPK: Regulation by Exercise -- Control of Exercise-Induced Glucose Transport -- Control of Training-Induced Muscle Adaptations -- Control of Muscle Insulin Sensitivity -- Conclusions and Therapeutic Perspectives -- References -- Plasma Steroids and Cardiorespiratory Fitness Response to Regular Exercise -- Introduction -- Methods -- Subjects -- Anthropometric and Body Composition Measurements -- Aerobic Exercise Training Program -- VO2max Measurement -- Plasma Steroid Hormone and SHBG Concentrations -- Statistical Analysis -- Results -- Discussion -- References -- Sending the Signal: Muscle Glycogen Availability as a Regulator of Training Adaptation -- Introduction -- Fuels for the Fire: Patterns of Skeletal Muscle Fuel Utilization -- Sending the Signal: The Training Response-Adaptation -- Train-Low, Compete High: A Novel Strategy to Augment Training Adaptation -- Evolution of a Paradigm: Train-High, Sleep-Low -- Summary and Directions for Future Research -- References -- Optimized Engagement of Macrophages and Satellite Cells in the Repair and Regeneration of Exercised Muscle -- Introduction -- Repair and Regeneration After Muscle Damage -- Effects of Exercise and PGC-1α on SCs -- Effects of Exercise and PGC-1α on Macrophages and Inflammation -- Exercise-Induced Pre-conditioning for Faster Muscle Regeneration -- Conclusion -- References -- Skeletal Muscle microRNAs: Roles in Differentiation, Disease and Exercise -- Discovery and Biological Role of miRNAs -- miRNA Biogenesis, mRNA Interaction and Target Prediction -- Role of miRNAs in the Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Development -- Skeletal Muscle Development and Regeneration -- miRNA Regulation of Myogenesis In vitro and In vivo -- Skeletal Muscle miRNA in Metabolic Disease -- Skeletal Muscle miRNAs in Response to Exercise -- miRNA Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Atrophy and During States of Muscle Mass Loss -- Conclusions -- References -- Tryptophan-Kynurenine Metabolites in Exercise and Mental Health -- Introduction -- The PGC-1α Family of Transcriptional Coactivators in Skeletal Muscle -- The Kyn Pathway of Tryptophan Degradation -- KP Metabolites and Mental Health -- Crosstalk Between Physical Exercise and KP Metabolites -- Future Perspectives and Considerations -- References -- The Role of FNDC5/Irisin in the Nervous System and as a Mediator for Beneficial Effects of Exercise on the Brain -- Introduction -- Discovery of FNDC5/Irisin -- Irisin in Humans -- FNDC5/Irisin in Exercise -- FNDC5/Irisin in Neuronal Development -- FNDC5/Irisin: Other Effects in the CNS -- Exercise Induces Hippocampal BDNF Through a PGC-1α/FNDC5 Pathway -- Other Circulating Factors from the Muscle -- References -- .

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