2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2016.03.053
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Abstract: Materials and methods: Following a market research in Greece, there were found 100 kinds of infant/toddler milk, 38 kinds of feta cheese (bulk sale) and 72 refrigerated milk. From these samples, 52 infant milk, 25 Feta cheese and 32 refrigerated milk were randomly selected. The determination of AFM1 was based on indirect immunoenzymatic ELISA method with the analytical packages Tecna (Italy) and Prognosis Biotech (Greece), for comparison purposes, strictly following the manufacturer's instructions. Results: Th… Show more

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“…Athletes with “abnormal” ACR show creatinine below the first decile, although creatinine values tend to accumulate around 17.7 mmol/L, within the upper quantiles of the general white population distribution ( 26 ). In a previous work similar low creatinine values have been detected in “normal” young athletes with no protein leakage ( 23 ). However, it has been reported that this standard correction with creatinine, applied to discriminate between prodromal and ongoing renal conditions, may also mask the effect of vigorous exercise on protein excretion ( 27 ).…”
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confidence: 73%
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“…Athletes with “abnormal” ACR show creatinine below the first decile, although creatinine values tend to accumulate around 17.7 mmol/L, within the upper quantiles of the general white population distribution ( 26 ). In a previous work similar low creatinine values have been detected in “normal” young athletes with no protein leakage ( 23 ). However, it has been reported that this standard correction with creatinine, applied to discriminate between prodromal and ongoing renal conditions, may also mask the effect of vigorous exercise on protein excretion ( 27 ).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 73%
“…In addition to lactate mobilization, wrestlers appear to depend on the ATP-PCr energy system during training, as evaluated the day after, through increased creatinine turnover in morning urine. This effect appears activity-specific, as in a previous study creatinine concentrations were below 4.4 mmol/L in cyclists, basketball players, and grappling wrestlers ( 23 ). Higher creatinine clearance may result from diet and mild physical activity and seems to be spontaneously resolved ( 24 ).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 68%