alexa Unexpected Phenotypes in Mouse Models Carrying the Human Growth Hormone Minigene to Enhance Transgene Expression

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Unexpected Phenotypes in Mouse Models Carrying the Human Growth Hormone Minigene to Enhance Transgene Expression

Physical activity and exercise are behavioral components that the major world health organizations (e.g. CDC, WHO) have necessitated as essential for all individuals to incorporate into their lifestyle in order to be healthy and more productive. To this end, an increasing number of individuals world-wide are attempting to engage in exercise training on a regular basis to reap these well-being benefits. The physiological adaptations occurring in response to exercise training are well documented and come about due to the plasticity of the tissues and organs of the human body.

 

Citation: Hackeny AC, Lane AR (2015) Exercise Endocrinology: Guidance for Future Research Direction and Focus. J Steroids Hormon Sci 6:e114. doi: 10.4172/2157-7536.1000.e115

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