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Figure 3

From: Oral adenosine-5’-triphosphate (ATP) administration increases blood flow following exercise in animals and humans

Figure 3

Mean femoral artery blood flow (FABF) area under the curve (AUC) values prior to exercise (A), during the 3-minute e-stim. exercise bout (B) , during the 90 min recovery period following exercise (C), and during the entire monitoring period (D). During the recovery period, 31 mg of ATP increased blood flow compared to Ex/CTL, 3 mg, and 49 mg (p < 0.05). During the recovery period, 31 mg of ATP increased blood flow compared to Ex/CTL, 3 mg of ATP, and 49 mg of ATP. During the total monitoring period, 31 mg of ATP increased blood flow compared to Ex/CTL, and 49 mg of ATP. All data are presented as means ± standard errors; n = 4-5 animals per group.

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