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Taurine Reverses Oxidative Damages and Restores Muscle Function in Overuse of Exercised Muscle

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Exercise-induced oxidative stress is linked with the expression level of endogenous antioxidants. However, these antioxidants cannot overcome all cellular damages caused by oxidative stress. Sometimes, compounds are needed for cellular function—which are produced or activated within the cells. These compounds can be synthesized through various exercises, especially high-performance exercises.Taurine – a sulfur-containing amino acid, is used for various physiological functions. Recent...
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