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Serum growth hormone response to exercise in non-obese and obese normal subjects



Serum growth hormone response to exercise in non-obese and obese normal subjects



Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation 31(2): 175-178



In young healthy nonobese men values for serum growth hormone increased during very mild but prolonged exercise on a bicycle ergometer for 60 min, and were highest, 26 ng/ml, 10 min after the end of exercise.

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Accession: 000191719

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PMID: 4733195

DOI: 10.3109/00365517309084307


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