Relationship between C-reactive protein concentration and cytokine responses to exercise in healthy and illness-prone runners
Differences in the immune and inflammatory response to exercise between healthy and illness-prone athletes may be one explanation why some athletes experience a greater incidence of upper respiratory symptoms than others. The aim of this study was to compare the C-reactive protein (CRP) response to acute exercise between healthy and illness-prone trained distance runners. Runners were classified as healthy (≤2 episodes of upper respiratory symptoms per year; n = 10) or illness-prone (≥4...[Show more]
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