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Additional file 1: Table S1. of Intermittent energy restriction induces changes in breast gene expression and systemic metabolism

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posted on 28.05.2016, 05:00 by Michelle Harvie, Andrew Sims, Mary Pegington, Katherine Spence, Adam Mitchell, Andrew Vaughan, J. Allwood, Yun Xu, Nicolas Rattray, Royston Goodacre, D. Evans, Ellen Mitchell, Debbie McMullen, Robert Clarke, Anthony Howell
Dietary intake at baseline and after four to five weeks of IER, during restricted and unrestricted days of IER (n = 23). Table S2. a LCMS+ changes in identified serum metabolites after four to five weeks of IER, on restricted and unrestricted days of IER. b LCMS– changes in identified serum metabolites after four to five weeks of IER on restricted and unrestricted days of IER. c GCMS changes in identified serum metabolites after four to five weeks of IER on restricted and unrestricted days of IER. d GC-MS changes in identified urine metabolites after four to five weeks of IER on restricted and unrestricted days of IER. Table S3 Comparison of baseline characteristics, physical and metabolic changes between the molecular responders and non-responders identified by breast tissue gene expression following IER. Table S4 Percentage change in body weight, BMI, adiposity, lipid and hormone levels with four to five weeks of IER in comparison with four to five weeks of 60 % continuous energy restriction. (PPTX 233 kb)

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