Effect of Anti-Exercise Anemia on Red Cell Metabolism Enzymes in Athletes and Rats

  • Shuangquan Ren
Keywords: Exercise Anemia, Anti-Exercise Anemia, Rat Red Blood Cells, Red Blood Cell Metabolic Enzymes

Abstract

Sports anemia has attracted much attention as a long-standing unsolved problem in sports scientific
research. Its high incidence among athletes is a problem that plagues the development of athletes performance.
To this end, this article raises Study on the Effects of Murine Erythrocyte Metabolizing Enzymes. This article
set up a control experiment to study, by observing the aldolase (AD), glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase
(G-6-PD), Na + -K + -ATPase, Ca2 + -Mg2 + -ATPase in rats and athletes. Changes to explore changes in red blood
cell metabolic enzymes. This study found that G-6-PD in the control group + placebo group and exercise anemia
+ nutrition intervention group was significantly higher than that of exercise anemia group, which increased by
8.31% and 7.71%, respectively. There were significant differences (P <0.01). The results of this study indicate
that rats and sports anemia athletes have reduced erythrocyte Na + -K + -ATPase and Ca2 + -Mg2 + -ATPase
activities, and imbalanced red blood cell ion balance, which affects the permeability of red blood cell
membranes.

Published
2020-03-01