Serum coenzyme Q10 concentrations in healthy men supplemented with 30 mg or 100 mg coenzyme Q10 for two months in a randomised controlled study

@article{Zita2003SerumCQ,
  title={Serum coenzyme Q10 concentrations in healthy men supplemented with 30 mg or 100 mg coenzyme Q10 for two months in a randomised controlled study},
  author={Cestm{\'i}r Zita and Kim Overvad and Svend Aage Mortensen and Christian Dan Sindberg and Sven Moesgaard and Douglas A Hunter},
  journal={BioFactors},
  year={2003},
  volume={18}
}
Serum coenzyme Q10 (Q10) concentrations were evaluated in healthy male volunteers supplemented with 30 mg or 100 mg Q10 or placebo as a single daily dose for two months in a randomised, double‐blind, placebo‐controlled study. Median baseline serum Q10concentration in 99 men was 1.26 mg/l (10%, 90% fractiles: 0.82, 1.83). Baseline serum Q10 concentration did not depend on age, while borderline significant positive associations were found for body weight and smoking 1–10 cigarettes/d… Expand
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