Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits

P. Darrell Neufer, Marcas M. Bamman, Deborah M. Muoio, Claude Bouchard, Dan M. Cooper, Bret H. Goodpaster, Frank W. Booth, Wendy M. Kohrt, Robert E. Gerszten, Mark P. Mattson, Russell T. Hepple, William E. Kraus, Michael B. Reid, Sue C. Bodine, John M. Jakicic, Jerome L. Fleg, John P. Williams, Lyndon Joseph, Mary Evans, Padma MaruvadaMary Rodgers, Mary Roary, Amanda T. Boyce, Jonelle K. Drugan, James I. Koenig, Richard H. Ingraham, Danuta Krotoski, Mary Garcia-Cazarin, Joan A. McGowan, Maren R. Laughlin

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Abstract

The beneficial effects of physical activity (PA) are well documented, yet the mechanisms by which PA prevents disease and improves health outcomes are poorly understood. To identify major gaps in knowledge and potential strategies for catalyzing progress in the field, the NIH convened a workshop in late October 2014 entitled "Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits." Presentations and discussions emphasized the challenges imposed by the integrative and intermittent nature of PA, the tremendous discovery potential of applying "-omics" technologies to understand interorgan crosstalk and biological networking systems during PA, and the need to establish an infrastructure of clinical trial sites with sufficient expertise to incorporate mechanistic outcome measures into adequately sized human PA trials. Identification of the mechanisms that underlie the link between PA and improved health holds extraordinary promise for discovery of novel therapeutic targets and development of personalized exercise medicine.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)4-11
Number of pages8
JournalCell Metabolism
Volume22
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 7 2015

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Neufer, P. D., Bamman, M. M., Muoio, D. M., Bouchard, C., Cooper, D. M., Goodpaster, B. H., ... Laughlin, M. R. (2015). Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits. Cell Metabolism, 22(1), 4-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2015.05.011

Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits. / Neufer, P. Darrell; Bamman, Marcas M.; Muoio, Deborah M.; Bouchard, Claude; Cooper, Dan M.; Goodpaster, Bret H.; Booth, Frank W.; Kohrt, Wendy M.; Gerszten, Robert E.; Mattson, Mark P.; Hepple, Russell T.; Kraus, William E.; Reid, Michael B.; Bodine, Sue C.; Jakicic, John M.; Fleg, Jerome L.; Williams, John P.; Joseph, Lyndon; Evans, Mary; Maruvada, Padma; Rodgers, Mary; Roary, Mary; Boyce, Amanda T.; Drugan, Jonelle K.; Koenig, James I.; Ingraham, Richard H.; Krotoski, Danuta; Garcia-Cazarin, Mary; McGowan, Joan A.; Laughlin, Maren R.

In: Cell Metabolism, Vol. 22, No. 1, 07.07.2015, p. 4-11.

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Neufer, PD, Bamman, MM, Muoio, DM, Bouchard, C, Cooper, DM, Goodpaster, BH, Booth, FW, Kohrt, WM, Gerszten, RE, Mattson, MP, Hepple, RT, Kraus, WE, Reid, MB, Bodine, SC, Jakicic, JM, Fleg, JL, Williams, JP, Joseph, L, Evans, M, Maruvada, P, Rodgers, M, Roary, M, Boyce, AT, Drugan, JK, Koenig, JI, Ingraham, RH, Krotoski, D, Garcia-Cazarin, M, McGowan, JA & Laughlin, MR 2015, 'Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits', Cell Metabolism, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 4-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2015.05.011
Neufer PD, Bamman MM, Muoio DM, Bouchard C, Cooper DM, Goodpaster BH et al. Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits. Cell Metabolism. 2015 Jul 7;22(1):4-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2015.05.011
Neufer, P. Darrell ; Bamman, Marcas M. ; Muoio, Deborah M. ; Bouchard, Claude ; Cooper, Dan M. ; Goodpaster, Bret H. ; Booth, Frank W. ; Kohrt, Wendy M. ; Gerszten, Robert E. ; Mattson, Mark P. ; Hepple, Russell T. ; Kraus, William E. ; Reid, Michael B. ; Bodine, Sue C. ; Jakicic, John M. ; Fleg, Jerome L. ; Williams, John P. ; Joseph, Lyndon ; Evans, Mary ; Maruvada, Padma ; Rodgers, Mary ; Roary, Mary ; Boyce, Amanda T. ; Drugan, Jonelle K. ; Koenig, James I. ; Ingraham, Richard H. ; Krotoski, Danuta ; Garcia-Cazarin, Mary ; McGowan, Joan A. ; Laughlin, Maren R. / Understanding the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Physical Activity-Induced Health Benefits. In: Cell Metabolism. 2015 ; Vol. 22, No. 1. pp. 4-11.
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