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Type: 
Journal
Description: 
IntroductionThe evaluation of volatile organic compounds(VOCs) emitted by human body offers a unique tool to set up new non-invasive devices for early diagnosis and long-lasting monitoring of most human diseases. However, their cellular origin and metabolic fate have not been completely elucidated yet, thus limiting their clinical application. Endothelium acts as an interface between blood and surrounding tissues. As such, it adapts its physiology in response to different environmental modifications thus playing a role in the pathogenesis of many metabolic and inflammatory diseases.ObjectivesSince endothelium specifically reshapes its physiologic functions upon environmental changes the objective of this study was to evaluate if and how pro-inflammatory stimuli affect VOC metabolism in endothelial cell in culture …
Publisher: 
Springer US
Publication date: 
1 Oct 2019
Authors: 

V Longo, A Forleo, S Capone, E Scoditti, MA Carluccio, P Siciliano, M Massaro

Biblio References: 
Volume: 15 Issue: 10 Pages: 132
Origin: 
Metabolomics