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Original Article
281 Resistance training inhibits the elevation of skeletal muscle derived-BDNF level concomitant with improvement of muscle strength in zucker diabetic rat
Hee-Jae Kim, Byunghun So, Jun Seok Son, Han Sol Song, Seung Lyul Oh, Je Kyung Seong, Hoyoung Lee, Wook Song
J. Exerc. Nutr, Biochem. 2015;19(4)281-288   Published online 2015 December 31
 DOI:   SCID: SC000013852
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Original Article
289 Effect of high-intensity exercise and high-fat diet on lipid metabolism in the liver of rats
MinHwa Suk, YunA Shin
J. Exerc. Nutr, Biochem. 2015;19(4)289-295   Published online 2015 December 31
 DOI:   SCID: SC000013853
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Original Article
297 Preparation and characterization of fine powdered whole soybean curd
Junghee Shin
J. Exerc. Nutr, Biochem. 2015;19(4)297-302   Published online 2015 December 31
 DOI:   SCID: SC000013850
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Original Article
303 Serum levels of appetite-regulating hormones and pro-inflammatory cytokines are ameliorated by a CLA diet and endurance exercise in rats fed a high-fat diet
Kangok Cho, Daekeun Kwon, Jaeyong Park, Youngju Song
J. Exerc. Nutr, Biochem. 2015;19(4)303-309   Published online 2015 December 31
 DOI:   SCID: SC000013854
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Original Article
311 Six week swimming followed by acute uptakes of ginsenoside Rg1 may affect aerobic capacity of SD rats
Saebom Haam, Hyon Park
J. Exerc. Nutr, Biochem. 2015;19(4)311-317   Published online 2015 December 31
 DOI:   SCID: SC000013855
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Review Article
273 A review of the effect of swim training and nutrition on bone mineral density in female athletes
Namju Lee, Jongkyu Kim
J. Exerc. Nutr, Biochem. 2015;19(4)273-279   Published online 2015 December 31
 DOI:   SCID: SC000013851
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