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Protective effects of voluntary exercise during the postinitiation phase of pancreatic carcinogenesis in the rat

Studies were undertaken to evaluate the effects of exercise on the development of pancreatic cancer. Exercise is one life-style factor that has received little attention with regard to its role in the etiology of cancer. Male Lewis and female F344 rats were initiated with azaserine during the suckli... Full description

Journal Title: Cancer research 01 November 1990, Vol.50(21), pp.6811-6
Main Author: Roebuck, B D
Other Authors: Mccaffrey, J , Baumgartner, K J
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title: Protective effects of voluntary exercise during the postinitiation phase of pancreatic carcinogenesis in the rat
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  • Pancreatic Neoplasms -- Prevention & Control
ispartof: Cancer research, 01 November 1990, Vol.50(21), pp.6811-6
description: Studies were undertaken to evaluate the effects of exercise on the development of pancreatic cancer. Exercise is one life-style factor that has received little attention with regard to its role in the etiology of cancer. Male Lewis and female F344 rats were initiated with azaserine during the suckling period and weaned to the experimental protocols. Food and water were available ad libitum. A purified diet of 20% unsaturated fat was fed to both the sedentary and exercise groups. Rats of the exercise group had free access to voluntary exercise wheels. At approximately 2 and 4 months postinitiation, pancreases were evaluated for the number and size of azaserine-induced putative preneoplastic foci by quantitative stereology. Voluntary exercise activity peaked at approximately 2 months postinitiation with a gradual decline in activity there-after. Male Lewis rats averaged 0.95 +/- 0.13 km/day (SE) and female F344 rats averaged 2.73 +/- 0.26 km/day of voluntary wheel running. Compared with the...
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abstractStudies were undertaken to evaluate the effects of exercise on the development of pancreatic cancer. Exercise is one life-style factor that has received little attention with regard to its role in the etiology of cancer. Male Lewis and female F344 rats were initiated with azaserine during the suckling period and weaned to the experimental protocols. Food and water were available ad libitum. A purified diet of 20% unsaturated fat was fed to both the sedentary and exercise groups. Rats of the exercise group had free access to voluntary exercise wheels. At approximately 2 and 4 months postinitiation, pancreases were evaluated for the number and size of azaserine-induced putative preneoplastic foci by quantitative stereology. Voluntary exercise activity peaked at approximately 2 months postinitiation with a gradual decline in activity there-after. Male Lewis rats averaged 0.95 +/- 0.13 km/day (SE) and female F344 rats averaged 2.73 +/- 0.26 km/day of voluntary wheel running. Compared with the...
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