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AN INTEGRATED 1H NMR, GC-MS AND HPLC-(ESI/TOF) BASED METABOLOMICS APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF ACUTE EXERCISE IN HUMAN SERUM METABOLOME
There is an increasing concern about the different response and effect that acute exercise induces on diabetic people and a novel insight into this effect can be performed using a metabolomic approach. Metabolomic is becoming widely spread used as a new and powerful tool for discerning significant changes at metabolic level. In this study we aimed to perform a non-targeted analysis and to identify metabolic differences arisen after 30 minutes of acute exercise in both young men suffering from Ty

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