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    • Aerobic exercise inhibits acute lung injury: from mouse to human evidence Exercise reduced lung injury markers in mouse and in cells 

      Rigonato-Oliveira, Nicole Cristine; MacKenzie, BreAnne; Lacerda Bachi, Andre Luis; Oliveira-Junior, Manoel Carneiro; Santos-Dias, Alana; Rodrigues Brandao-Rangel, Maysa Alves [UNIFESP]; Delle, Humberto; Costa-Guimaraes, Tamara; Damaceno-Rodrigues, Nilsa Regina; Dulley, Larissa Hilario; Benetti, Marcela Anhesini; Malfitano, Christiane; de Angelis, Katia [UNIFESP]; Albertini, Regiane [UNIFESP]; Ligeiro Oliveira, Ana Paula; Abbasi, Asghar; Northoff, Hinnak; Vieira, Rodolfo Paula [UNIFESP] (W W F Verlagsgesellschaft Gmbh, 2018)
      Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is defined as hypoxemic respiratory failure with intense pulmonary inflammation, involving hyperactivation of endothelial cells and neutrophils. Given the anti-inflammatory effects ...
    • Equilíbrio estático em idosos: comparação entre idosos que realizam exercícios físicos e idosos que realizam atividades manuais 

      Farnese, Andréia Cristina Guimarães [UNIFESP] (Universidade Federal de São Paulo, 10-06-02)
      O processo de envelhecimento, denominado senescência é considerado um processo fisiológico onde ocorre a degeneração natural das estruturas orgânicas. As alterações da senescência incluem, declínio progressivo das respostas ...
    • Low-Level Laser Application in the Early Myocardial Infarction Stage Has No Beneficial Role in Heart Failure 

      Manchini, Martha T. [UNIFESP]; Antonio, Ednei L. [UNIFESP]; Silva Junior, Jose Antonio; de Carvalho, Paulo de Tarso C.; Albertini, Regiane [UNIFESP]; Pereira, Fernando C.; Feliciano, Regiane; Montemor, Jairo [UNIFESP]; Vieira, Stella S. [UNIFESP]; Grandinetti, Vanessa; Yoshizaki, Amanda [UNIFESP]; Chaves, Marcio; da Silva, Moises P.; de Lima, Rafael do Nascimento; Bocalini, Danilo S.; de Melo, Bruno L. [UNIFESP]; Tucci, Paulo J. F. [UNIFESP]; Serra, Andrey J. [UNIFESP] (Frontiers Media Sa, 2017)
      Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been targeted as a promising approach that can mitigate post infarction cardiac remodeling. There is some interesting evidence showing that the beneficial role of the LLLT could persist ...
    • A SINGLE LOW-LEVEL LASER APPLICATION REDUCES MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION SIZE, IMPROVES CARDIAC PERFORMANCE AND ATTENUATES APOPTOSIS IN REMOTE MYOCARDIUM 

      Grandinetti, Vanessa; Pires, Juliana; Manchini, Martha [UNIFESP]; Antonio, Ednei Luis [UNIFESP]; Girard, Adriana; dos Santos, Luis; Camillo de Carvalho, Paulo de Tarso; Tucci, Paulo; Silva Junior, Jose Antonio; Serra, Andrey [UNIFESP]; Yoshizaki, Amanda [UNIFESP]; Montemor, Jairo [UNIFESP]; Albertini, Regiane [UNIFESP]; Vieira, Stella S. [UNIFESP] (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)