Recreational dance practice modulates lymphocyte profile and function in diabetic women
Passos, Maria Elizabeth Pereira; Borges, Leandro; Santos-Oliveira, Laiane Cristina dos; Alecrim-Zeza, Amanda Lins; Lobato, Tiago Bertola; Oliveira, Heloisa Helena de; Santos, Cesar Miguel Momesso; Iser-Bem, Patrícia Nancy; Manoel, Richelieau; Murata, Gilson Masahiro; Hirabara, Sandro Massao; Curi, Rui ; Pithon-Curi, Tania Cristina; Hatanaka, Elaine; Gorjao, Renata
This study aimed to investigate the impact of a 16-week dance-based aerobic exercise program on lymphocyte function in healthy and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) women. We enrolled 23 women: 11 with T2DM and 12 non-diabetic controls. Initially, we performed anthropometry and body composition measurements, afterwards, plasma levels of C-reactive protein, lipids, and glucose were determined. We used flow cytometry to measure the CD25 and CD28 expression in circulating lymphocytes, T-regulatory (Treg) cell percentage, lymphocyte proliferation, and cytokines released by cultured lymphocytes. The T2DM group had a lower proportion of CD28+ cells and a higher percentage of Treg lymphocytes and proliferative capacity at the baseline compared with the control group. After 16 weeks of the program, differences in lymphocytes between the T2DM and the control groups disappeared. The dance program promoted IL-10 increase in both groups. We found decreased IL-4, IL-2, and IL-6 secretion in lymphocytes from the control group and increased IL-17 secretion and IL-10/IL-17 ratio in the T2DM group after the program. The program promoted marked changes in lymphocytes in diabetic women, leading to a balance between the different profiles.
T-regulatory cells; moderate physical exercise; interleukin-10
Passos MEP, Borges L, Santos-Oliveira LC, Alecrim-Zeza AL, Lobato TB, Oliveira HH, et al. Recreational dance practice modulates lymphocyte profile and function in diabetic women. Int. J. Sports Med.. 2020 Nov;in press. doi:10.1055/a-1309-2037.
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