Study Shows “Exercise Hormone” can Boost Exercise Endurance

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Ekaterina Subbotina, PhD, of the University of Iowa, publishes the findings of a new study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  It was found that increaseing blood circulation of a peptide called musclin improves exercise endurance.

Mice that were genetically engineered to be deficient in musclin were unable to exercise as long or as hard as normal mice.  Once these mice were injected with musclin they returned to normal exercise capacity.

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