Fluorometry (Analytical method)

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ID101
NameFluorometry
ClassificationAnalytical methods > Other > Fluorometry

Publications with Fluorometry

TitleFirst authorYear
Plasma concentrations of carotenoids and vitamin C are better correlated with dietary intake in normal weight than overweight and obese elderly subjectsVioque2007
Relationships between different types of fruit and vegetable consumption and serum concentrations of antioxidant vitaminsDauchet2008
Validity and reliability of a new food frequency questionnaire compared to 24 h recalls and biochemical measurements: pilot phase of Golestan cohort study of esophageal cancerMalekshah2006
Comparing biological measurements of vitamin C, folate, alpha-tocopherol and carotene with 24-hour dietary recall information in nonhispanic blacks and whitesKnutsen2001
Use of biological markers to validate self-reported dietary intake in a random sample of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer United Kingdom Norfolk cohortMcKeown2001
Serum beta-carotene and vitamin C as biomarkers of vegetable and fruit intakes in a community-based sample of French adultsDrewnowski1997
Relative validity and reproducibility of a diet history questionnaire in Spain. III. Biochemical markersGonzalez1997
The Dutch EPIC food frequency questionnaire. II. Relative validity and reproducibility for nutrientsOcke1997
Toenail selenium as an indicator of selenium intake among middle-aged men in an area with low soil seleniumOvaskainen1993
Dietary antioxidants and the aetiology of pancreatic cancer: a cohort study using data from food diaries and biomarkersBanim2013
Plasma and dietary vitamin C levels and risk of gastric cancer in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC-EURGAST)Jenab2006

Biomarker data

Measurements of biomarkers by Fluorometry

Concentration values

IDParent IDDepthSubject groupPopulationCountryCohortBiomarker Time definitionBiospecimenAnalytical methodBiomarkerBiomarker detailMeasurement sizeDetected (nb)Detected (%)Detected only?Arithmethic meanArithmethic SDGeometric meanGeometric SDMinMin (detected)Percentile_05Percentile_10Percentile_25MedianPercentile_75Percentile_90Percentile_95MaxInterquartile rangeMean 95% CI lowerMean 95% CI upperGMean 95% CI lowerGMean 95% CI upperUnitConverted arithmetic meanConverted geometric meanConverted medianConverted unitAdjustment typeAdjusted onRegressed onExpressed asPublication

Reproducibility values

IDExcretion IDSubject groupPopulationCountryCohortBiomarker Time definitionBiospecimenAnalytical methodBiomarkerBiomarker detailArithmetic meanGeometric meanMedianUnitAdjusted onReproducibility sizeICCICC 95% CI lowerICC 95% CI upperCV% WSCV% BSVAR WSVAR BSPublication

Associations of biomarkers measured by Fluorometry and exposures

Correlation values

IDIntake IDExcretion IDSubject groupPopulationCountryCohortIntake Time definitionIntake Assessment methodIntakeIntake detailSupplement intakes included?Intake Arithmetic meanIntake Geometric meanIntake MedianIntake UnitIntake Adjusted onBiomarker Time definitionBiospecimenAnalytical methodBiomarkerBiomarker detailBiomarker Arithmetic meanBiomarker Geometric meanBiomarker MedianBiomarker UnitBiomarker Adjusted onCorrelation sizeCorrelation typeCorrelation valueCorrelation 95% CI lowerCorrelation 95% CI upperCorrelation p-valueSignificant?Measurement adjustmentDeattenuated?CovariatesPublication

Metabolomic associations

IDIntake IDExcretion IDSubject groupPopulationCountryCohortNo. of subjectsIntake Assessment methodIntakeIntervention doseBiospecimenAnalytical methodBiomarkerStructural identificationFeature selectionArea under curveSensitivitySpecificityPLS-DA VIPBeta coefficientBeta coefficient p-valueANOVA p-valuePublication

Associations of biomarkers measured by Fluorometry and cancer risk

Cancer associations

IDExcretion IDSubject groupPopulationCountryCohortNo. of subjectsNo. of casesNo. of controlsBiospecimenAnalytical methodBiomarkerBiomarker detailCancerStudy designPublication