Author: Gianpiero Pescarmona
Exercise-induced changes in inflammatory processes: Implications for thrombogenesis in cardiovascular disease. 2014
In response to heavy exercise, interleukin-6 (IL-6) is secreted by contracting skeletal muscles, followed by an acute reactant release of C-reactive protein (CRP).
Exhaustive exercise with high eccentric components induces prothrombotic and hypofibrinolytic responses in boys. 2006
It is assumed that eccentric exercise, beyond the well-known muscle fiber damage, also leads to some damage of the endothelial cells, affecting their capacity to liberate sufficient amounts of fibrinolytic agents.
Essential fatty acids, insulin resistance, and breast cancer risk. 1998
As have been shown to inhibit the growth of human breast cancer implants in nude mice, and members of the n-3 PUFA series can inhibit the growth of human breast cancer cell lines in vitro.