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THE ASSESSMENT OF PEROXIDASE POSITION OF CONTINUANCE CONTESTANTS AEROPHILOUS PRESSURE

Dr Aijaz Ahmed Channa, Dr Muhammad Yousif Channa, Dr Seerat ul Urooj Musavi

Sedentary subjects are included in sets D who are not involved in regular physical activity and Sets A includes continuance contestants of 15 Km walk involved in regular physical activity. The activity stages of superoxide dismutase (SOD, EC 1.15.1.1), Catalase (EC 1.11.1.6) and position of sterol peroxidation in male contestants and deskbound populace was investigated. Both the sets i.e. deskbound (D sets) and athlete (A sets) consist of thirty subjects each. The antiseptic catalase, superoxide dismutase & malondialdehyde were substantially (P< 0.07) high in sets A (contestants) as compare to sets D (Deskbound). The plasma antiseptic was used for activity stages of enzymes and other limitations. Amplified sterol peroxidation and the peroxidase position of Pakistani contestants may be due to regular physical activity and prolonged continuance. Pakistani continuance contestants have amplified markers for malondialdehyde and peroxidase enzyme compared to their desktop counterparts. Due to continuous physical activity both aerophilous pressure and peroxidase measurements amplified in contestants as compared with deskbound controls.

Keywords: Assessment, Peroxidase, Position of Continuance, Contestants, Aerophilous, Pressure.

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