May 20, 2020

An investigation of the relationship between new fasting hormone asprosin, obesity and acute-chronic exercise: current systematic review

Archives of Physiology and Biochemistry
Halil İbrahim Ceylan, Özcan Saygın


The purpose of this study was to reveal the relationship between new fasting hormone asprosin, obesity, and acute-chronic exercise. The prisma guidelines were followed in forming the methodological model of this review. The articles between 2016 and 2020 (including March) were identified by scanning Google Scholar, Pub Med, and Science Direct databases. Thirty-five articles were defined from 188 articles. Three cross-sectional, and 1 prospective cohort design studies in adults, and 3 cross-sectional studies in children were found. Three randomised-control group designed studies which examined the effect of acute exercise on serum asprosin levels in obese individuals. Asprosin may be a new therapeutic biomarker to be considered in the development, but long-term and deep-rooted researches are needed, and increasing the number of studies examining the effect of exercise on asprosin in the future might help us to identify the mechanisms underlying the decrease or increase in asprosin after exercise.

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Serum Cholesterol Measurement
Cross-Sectional Studies
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Acute and Chronic Inflammation
Biological Markers
Asprosin protein, human

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