-Omics for prevention: gene, protein and metabolite profiling to better understand individual disposition to disease.

@article{Affolter2006OmicsFP,
  title={-Omics for prevention: gene, protein and metabolite profiling to better understand individual disposition to disease.},
  author={Michael Affolter and Gabriella E Bergonzelli and Kurt Blaser and St{\'e}phanie Blum-Sperisen and Blaise Corth{\'e}sy and Laurent Bernard Fay and C L Garcia-Rodenas and Lu{\'i}sa Vaqueiro Lopes and Laure F. Marvin-Guy and Annick Mercenier and David M. Mutch and Alexandre Panchaud and François Raymond and Cb Schmidt-Weber and Ann Schumann and François Spertini and Graham Williamson and Martin Kussmann},
  journal={Nestle Nutrition workshop series. Paediatric programme},
  year={2006},
  volume={57},
  pages={
          247-50; discussion 250-5
        }
}
Diet is evolving from nourishing populations via providing essential nutrients to improving health of individuals through nutrition. Modern nutritional research focuses on health promotion and disease prevention, on protection against toxicity and stress, and on performance improvement. The concept of developing nutritionally enhanced or functional food requires: (1) the understanding of the mechanisms of prevention and protection; (2) the identification of the biologically active molecules… CONTINUE READING
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