Biochemical changes in a 100 km run: Proteins in serum and urine

  title={Biochemical changes in a 100 km run: Proteins in serum and urine},
  author={Dr. J. R. Poortmans and Georg Haralambie},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
Eleven male subjects took part in a 100 km running competition. Alterations in the total plasma protein and in ten individual plasma protein concentrations in blood and urine were measured prior to the run, immediately after and after 1 day of recovery. Five individual proteins showed a 7–10%, and lysozyme a 40%, increase in the plasma after the run. On the contrary, the haptoglobin concentration fell to 40% of its pre-race level. None of these variations were correlated with the plasma volume… CONTINUE READING

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