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From: Exercise induction of gut microbiota modifications in obese, non-obese and hypertensive rats

Figure 1

Training parameters. Comparison between exercise training velocity from MLSS (vMLSS) before and after four weeks of treadmill running exercise at moderate intensity, indicating that all animals from each group enhanced their aerobic capacity as demonstrated by improvement in the MLSS corresponding to velocity (15 m.min−1 for Obese rats and 3 0 m.min−1 for Hypertensive and Wistar rats) (A). When the initial and final velocity of exercise training was compared, a significant reduction was evidenced in BLC of ~49% for Wistar rats, ~39% for Hypertensive rats and ~33% for Obese rats (p < 0.01) (B).

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