function 2 and have been targeted in physical activity research. These neurotrophins increase in different brain regions (eg, hippocampus) after exercise in rats. 3 In addition to neural cells, NGF and BDNF are also produced by other cell types, such as inflammatory cells, structural cells, and muscle
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Maria Francesca Piacentini, Oliver C. Witard, Cajsa Tonoli, Sarah R. Jackman, James E. Turner, Arie K. Kies, Asker E. Jeukendrup, Kevin D. Tipton and Romain Meeusen
Monitoring mood state is a useful tool for avoiding nonfunctional overreaching. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is implicated in stress-related mood disorders.
To investigate the impact of intensified training-induced mood disturbance on plasma BDNF concentrations at rest and in response to exercise.
Eight cyclists performed 1 wk of normal (NT), 1 wk of intensified (INT), and 1 wk of recovery (REC) training. Fasted blood samples were collected before and after exercise on day 7 of each training week and analyzed for plasma BDNF and cortisol concentrations. A 24-item Profile of Mood State questionnaire was administered on day 7 of each training week, and global mood score (GMS) was calculated.
Time-trial performance was impaired during INT (P = .01) and REC (P = .02) compared with NT. Basal plasma cortisol (NT = 153 ± 16 ng/mL, INT = 130 ± 11 ng/mL, REC = 150 ± 14 ng/ml) and BDNF (NT = 484 ± 122 pg/mL, INT = 488 ± 122 pg/mL, REC = 383 ± 56 pg/mL) concentrations were similar between training conditions. Likewise, similar exercise-induced increases in cortisol and BDNF concentrations were observed between training conditions. GMS was 32% greater during INT vs NT (P < .001).
Consistent with a state of functional overreaching (FOR), impairments in performance and mood state with INT were restored after 1 wk of REC. These results support evidence for mood changes before plasma BDNF concentrations as a biochemical marker of FOR and that cortisol is not a useful marker for predicting FOR.
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system by using neurotrophins . Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 19 ( 4 ), 283 – 295 . PubMed ID: 16263961 doi:10.1177/1545968305280753 10.1177/1545968305280753 Winter , B. , Breitenstein , C. , Mooren , F.C. , Voelker , K. , Fobker , M. , Lechtermann , A. , … Knecht , S. ( 2007
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and injured central nervous system by using neurotrophins . Neurorehabil Neural Repair . 2005 ; 19 ( 4 ): 283 – 295 . PubMed ID: 16263961 doi:10.1177/1545968305280753 16263961 10.1177/1545968305280753 34. Vaynman S , Ying Z , Gomez-Pinilla F . Hippocampal BDNF mediates the efficacy of
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triggered by an elevation of catecholamines (epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine) and neurotrophins (especially BDNF; McMorris, 2016 ; Taubert et al., 2015 ). It seems that concentration increases in norepinephrine and BDNF may be triggered by iE and could have an important role in memory
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identified several molecular mechanisms that may be an explanation for this beneficial effect, such as the enhancement of neurotrophin levels, neurogenesis, and vascularization ( Barnes, 2015 ; Swain et al., 2003 ). Several studies showed the beneficial impact of planned, structured, repetitive, and