Print Email Facebook Twitter Effect of moderate alcohol consumption on fibrinogen levels in healthy volunteers is discordant with effects on C-reactive protein Title Effect of moderate alcohol consumption on fibrinogen levels in healthy volunteers is discordant with effects on C-reactive protein Author Sierksma, A. van der Gaag, M.S. Kluft, C. Hendriks, H.F.J. TNO Voeding Contributor Nieuwenhuizen, W. (editor) Mosesson, M.W. (editor) de Maat, M.P.M. (editor) Publication year 2001 Abstract In a diet-controlled, crossover trial with 10 middle-aged men and 9 postmenopausal women, baseline concentrations of fibrinogen influenced the magnitude of decrease of fibrinogen after moderate alcohol consumption. The mechanism of reduction is specific for fibrinogen and unrelated to a reduction in C-reactive protein. Subject WorkplaceAlcoholC-reactive proteinFibrinogenC reactive proteinfibrinogenadultalcohol consumptionconference papercontrolled studyenzyme immunoassayfemalefibrinogen blood levelhumanhuman experimentmalenormal humanpostmenopauseprotein secretionAlcohol DrinkingC-Reactive ProteinCross-Over StudiesFibrinogenHumansImmunoenzyme TechniquesMaleMiddle AgedReference Values To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:049e6289-a857-46df-b053-cc602b5c36f2 TNO identifier 87526 Source Fibrogen : XVIth International fibrinogen workshop, 936, 630-633 Series Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.