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Bachelor in Physical Education at the School of Physical Education and Sports of the University of São Paulo (EEFE-USP). Master in Science at EEFE-USP, in the area of Biodynamics of the Human Movement. PhD in Science at EEFE-USP, also in the the area of Biodynamics of the Human Movement. Participating as a research collaborator of the Applied Physiology and Nutrition Research Group of the EEFE-USP, as well as of the Group of Studies and Research in Strength Training of the Paulista University. Experience in the area of Physical Education and Nutrition, with emphasis on Health, Exercise Performance, Exercise Training and Sports Nutrition. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Carnosine is a cytoplasmic dipeptide found in abundance in skeletal muscle. The pH buffering is the best function attributed to carnosine. Cross-sectional studies have shown that athletes engaged in high-intensity, short duration exercises have a higher muscle carnosine content compared to untrained and physically active subjects, supporting the role of carnosine as a buffer, and sugges...
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