Proteomic Analysis in Type 2 Diabetes Patients before and after a Very Low Calorie Diet Reveals Potential Disease State and Intervention Specific Biomarkers

@inproceedings{Sleddering2014ProteomicAI,
  title={Proteomic Analysis in Type 2 Diabetes Patients before and after a Very Low Calorie Diet Reveals Potential Disease State and Intervention Specific Biomarkers},
  author={Maria Alexandra Sleddering and Albert J Markvoort and Harish Dharuri and Skhandhan Jeyakar and Marieke Snel and P{\'e}ter L. Juh{\'a}sz and Moira D Lynch and Wade Hines and Xiaohong Li and Ingrid M. Jazet and Aram S Adourian and Peter A. J. Hilbers and Johannes W. A. Smit and Ko Willems van Dijk},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
UNLABELLED Very low calorie diets (VLCD) with and without exercise programs lead to major metabolic improvements in obese type 2 diabetes patients. The mechanisms underlying these improvements have so far not been elucidated fully. To further investigate the mechanisms of a VLCD with or without exercise and to uncover possible biomarkers associated with these interventions, blood samples were collected from 27 obese type 2 diabetes patients before and after a 16-week VLCD (Modifast ∼ 450 kcal… CONTINUE READING