Mohammed Nader Shalaby1, Jin Yu Liu 2, Mona Mahmoud Kassem3, Mohammed Saad4
(1)Department of Pathobiology key lab of Ministry of Education, Norman Bethune College of Medicine, Jilin University, China and Department of Sports Science, Faculty of Physical Education, Port Said University, Egypt
(2)Department of Pathobiology key lab of Ministry of Education, Norman Bethune College of Medicine, Jilin University, China
(3)Department of Health Sciences Faculty of Physical Education Port said University , Egypt
(4)Faculty of Physical Education, Suez Canal University
Abstract: Exercise is one of the most powerful non pharmacological strategies, which is able to affect nearly all cells and organs in the body. Changes in the behavior of adult stem cells have been shown to occur in response to exercise training. The aim of this study is to reveal the role of aerobic and anaerobic training programs on CD34+ stem cells and some physiological parameters . 20 healthy male athletes aged (18-24 yrs) were recruited for this study. Healthy low active males and BMI matched participants (n=10) aged (20-22 yrs) were recruited as controls .Aerobic and anaerobic training programs for 12 weeks were used. Vo2max, pulse rate estimation using strand Rhyming protocol. RBCs,WBCs, Hb and hematocrit were estimated using coulter counter, Lactate by accusport, CD34+ stem cells by flow cytometer. Results revealed: VO2 max was increased in case of aerobic training program compared to anaerobic one .Lactate concentration was decreased in case of aerobic training programs compared to anaerobic one. RBCs,Wbcs,Hb and hematocrit were increased in anaerobic than aerobic training programs CD34+ stem cells were increased in case of anaerobic training program than aerobic one and control. It is concluded that training programs provoke better adaptation.
[Mohammed Nader Shalaby, Jin Yu Liu, Mona Mahmoud Kassem, Mohammed Saad. Circulating Hematopoietic Stem Cell and Some Physiological Parameters in Different Training Programs. Life Sci J 2012; 9(1):965-971]. (ISSN: 1097-8135). http://www.lifesciencesite.com. 140
Key words: Aerobic and anaerobic training programs, CD34+ stem cells, physiological parameters. Full Text 140