Exercise increases endogenous urinary monoamine oxidase benzodiazepine receptor ligand inhibitory activity in normal children
Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System
exercise; plasma catecholamines; urinary benzodiazepine receptor binding inhibitory activity; urinary MAO inhibitory activity; urine catecholamines
This study shows that in normal children the stress of maximal exercise induced not only activation of the sympathetic nervous system but also an increased urinary output of both MAO inhibitory activity and [3H]flunitrazepam binding to rat cerebellar membranes inhibitory activity. © 1984.
Armando, I., Barontini, M., Levin, G., Simsolo, R., Glover, V., & Sandler, M. (1984). Exercise increases endogenous urinary monoamine oxidase benzodiazepine receptor ligand inhibitory activity in normal children. Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System, 11 (1). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0165-1838(84)90011-0