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Effects of Stress Stimulation on Protein Folding/Degradation Pathway Related Proteins in Different Levels of Exhaustive Exercise

Author(s): Ying Jin* and Q. Xia
Teaching Department of Physical and Military Education, Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen 333000, China, 1College of Pharmacy, Wonkwang University, Iksan 54538, Korea

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Ying Jin, College of Pharmacy, Wonkwang University, Iksan 54538, Korea, E-mail:

The pathways related to cell protein folding and degradation need to be elucidated because of training was set. The results showed that chaperonin containing tailless complex polypeptide the large number of proteins involved, the complex relationship between proteins and the lack of research on the effects of movement and cell protein folding and degradation. In order to analyze the effect of stress stimulation on protein folding/degradation pathway related proteins under different levels of exhaustive exercise, C57 Black 6 male mice of 4 w old were selected from the experimental animal center of the Academy of Military Medical Sciences and different intensity of treadmill exercise 1 beta, protein subunit alpha type-1 and protein subunit beta type-7 protein in insulin resistance mice bone increased significantly and insulin resistance improved significantly after 6 w of aerobic treadmill exercise. High intensity endurance exercise increased the expression of collagen volume fraction and type I collagen in right atrium and right ventricle (p<0.01) and the longer exercise time, the greater the increased range, and had no significant effect on the expression of collagen volume fraction and type I collagen in left ventricle. Although moderate intensity exercise promoted the expression of collagen volume fraction and collagen I in myocardium, there was no statistical significance.

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