Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise

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Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise. / Rosendal, Lars; Søgaard, Karen; Kjaer, Michael; Sjøgaard, Gisela; Langberg, Henning; Kristiansen, Jesper.

In: Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 98, No. 2, 2005, p. 477-81.

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Rosendal, L, Søgaard, K, Kjaer, M, Sjøgaard, G, Langberg, H & Kristiansen, J 2005, 'Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise', Journal of Applied Physiology, vol. 98, no. 2, pp. 477-81. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00130.2004

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Rosendal, L., Søgaard, K., Kjaer, M., Sjøgaard, G., Langberg, H., & Kristiansen, J. (2005). Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology, 98(2), 477-81. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00130.2004

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Rosendal L, Søgaard K, Kjaer M, Sjøgaard G, Langberg H, Kristiansen J. Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2005;98(2):477-81. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00130.2004

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Rosendal, Lars ; Søgaard, Karen ; Kjaer, Michael ; Sjøgaard, Gisela ; Langberg, Henning ; Kristiansen, Jesper. / Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise. In: Journal of Applied Physiology. 2005 ; Vol. 98, No. 2. pp. 477-81.

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title = "Increase in interstitial interleukin-6 of human skeletal muscle with repetitive low-force exercise",
abstract = "Interleukin (IL)-6, which is released from muscle tissue during intense exercise, possesses important metabolic and probably anti-inflammatory properties. To evaluate the IL-6 response to low-intensity exercise, we conducted two studies: 1) a control study with insertion of microdialysis catheters in muscle and determination of interstitial muscle IL-6 response over 2 h of rest and 2) an exercise study to investigate the IL-6 response to 20 min of repetitive low-force exercise. In both studies, a microdialysis catheter (cutoff: 3,000 kDa) was inserted into the upper trapezius muscle of six male subjects, and the catheters were perfused with Ringer-acetate at 5 microl/min. Venous plasma samples were taken in the exercise study. The insertion of microdialysis catheters into muscle resulted in an increase in IL-6 from 8 +/- 0 to 359 +/- 171 and 484 +/- 202 pg/ml after 65 and 110 min, respectively (P <0.001). Similarly, in the exercise study, IL-6 increased to 289 +/- 128 pg/ml after a 55-min rest (P <0.001). During the subsequent repetitive low-force exercise, muscle IL-6 further increased to 1,246 +/- 461 pg/ml and reached 2,132 +/- 477 pg/ml after a 30-min recovery (all P <0.001). In contrast to this, plasma IL-6 did not significantly change in response to exercise. We conclude that upper extremity, low-intensity exercise results in a substantial increase in IL-6 in the interstitium of the stabilizing trapezius muscle, whereas no change is seen for plasma IL-6.",
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AU - Rosendal, Lars

AU - Søgaard, Karen

AU - Kjaer, Michael

AU - Sjøgaard, Gisela

AU - Langberg, Henning

AU - Kristiansen, Jesper

PY - 2005

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N2 - Interleukin (IL)-6, which is released from muscle tissue during intense exercise, possesses important metabolic and probably anti-inflammatory properties. To evaluate the IL-6 response to low-intensity exercise, we conducted two studies: 1) a control study with insertion of microdialysis catheters in muscle and determination of interstitial muscle IL-6 response over 2 h of rest and 2) an exercise study to investigate the IL-6 response to 20 min of repetitive low-force exercise. In both studies, a microdialysis catheter (cutoff: 3,000 kDa) was inserted into the upper trapezius muscle of six male subjects, and the catheters were perfused with Ringer-acetate at 5 microl/min. Venous plasma samples were taken in the exercise study. The insertion of microdialysis catheters into muscle resulted in an increase in IL-6 from 8 +/- 0 to 359 +/- 171 and 484 +/- 202 pg/ml after 65 and 110 min, respectively (P <0.001). Similarly, in the exercise study, IL-6 increased to 289 +/- 128 pg/ml after a 55-min rest (P <0.001). During the subsequent repetitive low-force exercise, muscle IL-6 further increased to 1,246 +/- 461 pg/ml and reached 2,132 +/- 477 pg/ml after a 30-min recovery (all P <0.001). In contrast to this, plasma IL-6 did not significantly change in response to exercise. We conclude that upper extremity, low-intensity exercise results in a substantial increase in IL-6 in the interstitium of the stabilizing trapezius muscle, whereas no change is seen for plasma IL-6.

AB - Interleukin (IL)-6, which is released from muscle tissue during intense exercise, possesses important metabolic and probably anti-inflammatory properties. To evaluate the IL-6 response to low-intensity exercise, we conducted two studies: 1) a control study with insertion of microdialysis catheters in muscle and determination of interstitial muscle IL-6 response over 2 h of rest and 2) an exercise study to investigate the IL-6 response to 20 min of repetitive low-force exercise. In both studies, a microdialysis catheter (cutoff: 3,000 kDa) was inserted into the upper trapezius muscle of six male subjects, and the catheters were perfused with Ringer-acetate at 5 microl/min. Venous plasma samples were taken in the exercise study. The insertion of microdialysis catheters into muscle resulted in an increase in IL-6 from 8 +/- 0 to 359 +/- 171 and 484 +/- 202 pg/ml after 65 and 110 min, respectively (P <0.001). Similarly, in the exercise study, IL-6 increased to 289 +/- 128 pg/ml after a 55-min rest (P <0.001). During the subsequent repetitive low-force exercise, muscle IL-6 further increased to 1,246 +/- 461 pg/ml and reached 2,132 +/- 477 pg/ml after a 30-min recovery (all P <0.001). In contrast to this, plasma IL-6 did not significantly change in response to exercise. We conclude that upper extremity, low-intensity exercise results in a substantial increase in IL-6 in the interstitium of the stabilizing trapezius muscle, whereas no change is seen for plasma IL-6.

KW - Adult

KW - Humans

KW - Interleukin-6

KW - Male

KW - Muscle Contraction

KW - Muscle, Skeletal

KW - Periodicity

KW - Physical Exertion

KW - Stress, Mechanical

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JO - Journal of Applied Physiology

JF - Journal of Applied Physiology

SN - 8750-7587

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