Cardiovascular Risk Factors Associated With Blood Metabolite Concentrations and Their Alterations During a 4-Year Period in a Population-Based Cohort.

@article{Lacruz2016CardiovascularRF,
  title={Cardiovascular Risk Factors Associated With Blood Metabolite Concentrations and Their Alterations During a 4-Year Period in a Population-Based Cohort.},
  author={M. Lacruz and A. Kluttig and Daniel Tiller and Daniel Medenwald and Ina Giegling and Dan Rujescu and Cornelia Prehn and Jerzy Adamski and Stefan Frantz and Karin Halina Greiser and Rebecca T Emeny and Gabi Kastenm{\"u}ller and Johannes Haerting},
  journal={Circulation. Cardiovascular genetics},
  year={2016},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={487-494}
}
BACKGROUND The effects of lifestyle risk factors considered collectively on the human metabolism are to date unknown. We aim to investigate the association of these risk factors with metabolites and their changes during 4 years. METHODS AND RESULTS One hundred and sixty-three metabolites were measured in serum samples with the AbsoluteIDQ kit p150 (Biocrates) following a targeted metabolomics approach, in a population-based cohort of 1030 individuals, aged 45 to 83 years at baseline. We… CONTINUE READING
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