Aerobically trained older adults show impaired resting, but preserved exercise-induced circulating progenitor cell count, which was not improved by sprint interval training

Zerbu Yasar, Mark D. Ross, Christopher J. Gaffney, Ruth D. Postlethwaite, Russell Wilson, Lawrence D. Hayes

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