Ethyl glucuronide (EtG) is an ethanol metabolite and EtG is used as a biomarker of alcohol drinking. EtG can be detected in the blood and in several biological matrices including urine, hair and nails. Alcohol consumption during pregnancy is a strong risk factor for fetus health so in the recent years different strategies to reveal alcohol use have been planning including the use of screening questionnaires as the AUDIT-C, T-ACE and TWEAK.
Titolo: A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, efficacy study of nalmefene, as-needed use, in patients with alcohol dependence. Autori: Gual A1, He Y, Torup L, van den Brink W, Mann K; ESENSE 2 Study Group. Collaboratori: Domken MA, Geerts S, Matthys F, Peuskens H, De Nayer A, Van den Ameele H, Gazziano
Titolo: TNF-α and IL-10 modulation induced by polyphenols extracted by olive pomace in a mouse model of paw inflammation. Autori: Carito V, Ciafrè S, Tarani L, Ceccanti M, Natella F, Iannitelli A, Tirassa P, Chaldakov GN, Ceccanti M, Boccardo C, Fiore M. Pubblicazione: Ottobre 2015 Abstract BACKGROUND Polyphenols from olive