Journal of Immunology Research / 2015 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

The Effects of Combined Exercise on Health-Related Fitness, Endotoxin, and Immune Function of Postmenopausal Women with Abdominal Obesity

Table 6

The changes of immune function and CD14 and endotoxin between the groups at baseline and after 12 weeks.

VariablesGroupBaseline12 weeks-value

IgA (mg/dL)Exercise211.70 ± 18.13256.50 ± 48.75G × P: 8.333##
Control217.80 ± 34.24200.80 ± 26.55

IgG (mg/dL)Exercise1365.10 ± 83.461376.80 ± 70.30G × P: 0.791
Control1353.40 ± 89.201320.00 ± 76.47

IgM (mg/dL)Exercise109.35 ± 20.98112.78 ± 22.00G × P: 0.542
Control109.60 ± 17.35104.00 ± 16.67

CD14Exercise5.84 ± 0.675.20 ± 0.57G × P: 5.434#
Control5.99 ± 0.606.18 ± 0.34

Endotoxin (EU/mL)Exercise0.33 ± 0.030.29 ± 0.03G × P: 8.963##
Control0.33 ± 0.030.35 ± 0.03

G × P: group × period.
Significantly different from baseline: , .
Significant interaction among groups and period: , .
CD14: cluster of differentiation 14, IgA: immune globulin A, IgG: immune globulin G, and IgM: immune globulin M.

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