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Background and Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the amount of total antioxidant capacity and hydrogen peroxide changes after an acute exercise in Wistar rats. Material and Methods: 14 male Wistar rats were randomly divided into two groups as control and acute exercise groups. Acute exercise intensity was set to 16 to 26 m/min for one hour, or until exhaustion on a treadmill running. Blood samples were collected 1 hour after exercise. Total antioxidant capacity and hydrogen peroxide were detected by FRAP and FOX-1 methods respectively. When the normal distribution of the data was revealed by Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, it is applied independent t-test at significance level of pResults: Results showed that TAC (p= 0.002) and H2O2 (p= 0.003) significantly increased in the acute exercise group as compared with control group. Conclusion: Although the level of hydrogen peroxide increased in response to the acute exercise, improved antioxidant capacity may be indicator of response of rats antioxidant system to the performed acute exercise.
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