The Observation of Blood Biochemistry and HSP72 Expression Changing Rules in Peripheral Blood of Flying-saucer-athletes under High Temperature Training

Jian Shen (Zhejiang College of Sports, Hangzhou, 311231, China; Zhejiang PRC Shoot Archer & Bicycle Management Centre, Changxing, 313100,China)
Feng Xu (Zhejiang PRC Shoot Archer & Bicycle Management Centre, Changxing, 313100,China)
Bin Jin (Zhejiang College of Sports, Hangzhou, 311231,China)
Rongquan Zhang (Zhejiang PRC Shoot Archer & Bicycle Management Centre, Changxing, 313100,China)

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Objective: To study the effect of training under high temperature on blood and heat shock protein 72(HSP72) expression of flying saucer athletes. Methods: The numbers of training group and control group are 30. Twenty-four flying saucer athletes in Zhejiang province were selected and randomly divided into training group and control group, 15 in each group. Peripheral venous blood of each group was taken before and after the experiment. The HSP72 content of lymphocyte, blood routine and biochemical indexes were measured respectively. Results: There was significant difference in white blood cell in training group count before and after the experiment (P< 0.05). The expression of HSP72 and the white blood cell in training group was higher than that control group (P< 0.05). Conclusions: Organism could be affected and turned to stress state due to training under high temperature. It is necessary to provide the safeguard for the flying saucer athletes under high temperature in order to prevent the damage.


Flying Saucer Athletes; Blood routine experiment; Biochemical index; Heat shock protein 72; Training under high temperature

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