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In addition to using various biomarkers in our research, we perform method studies to increase knowledge on variability within (e.g. diurnal) and between individuals. Biomarkers analyzed at our own lab include Clara cell protein (CC16), Surfactants protein A (SPA), and D (SPD), as well as low molecular weight proteins in urine.

We have set up a biobank for studies of diurnal variation and normal variability of different exposure or effect biomarkers. Blood samples were taken, and complete urine collection at specified times was carried out over two days with an interval of approximately one week. The study included 60 healthy, non-smoking subjects 21-64 years (31 women and 29 men) without chronic medication, no diabetes, hypertension or kidney disease.The biobank includes more than 20 000 aliquots, mainly urine collected at 6 fixed time points (9:30, 12:00, 14:30, 17:30, 22:00 and overnight. The biobank is open for researchers interested in examining normal variability of their favorite biomarker(s).

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Sidansvarig: Madeleine Modig|Sidan uppdaterades: 2017-07-10

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