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Salivary Diagnostic for Monitoring Strenuous Exercise—A Pilot Study in a Cohort of Male Ultramarathon Runners

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-537833
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.53783
Borchers, Josephin ; Merle, Cordula Leonie ; Schöneborn, Deborah Diana ; Lyko, Lea Ronja ; Thouet, Thomas ; Wolfarth, Bernd ; Kottmann, Tanja ; Scheibenbogen, Carmen ; Zimmer, Jeannot ; Diederich, Sven ; Bauer, Katrin ; Sack, Ulrich ; Schmalz, Gerhard ; Ziebolz, Dirk ; Wüstenfeld, Jan
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Abstract

Intense physical stress, such as that in ultramarathon running, affects the immune system. For monitoring in sports medicine, non-invasive methods, e.g., salivary analysis, are of interest. This pilot cohort study aimed to assess changes in salivary parameters in response to an ultramarathon. The results were compared to blood parameters. Male, healthy finishers (n = 9, mean age: 48 +/- 8.8 ...

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