Published in Drug Law Weekly, September 22nd, 2009
"The aim of the study was to determine the short-term influence of a catecholamine-rich diet on plasma and urinary fractionated MNs. We conducted a crossover study in a specialist medical center involving 26 healthy adults. Subjects consumed catecholamine-rich nuts and fruits at fixed times on one day (about 35 mu mol dopamine and 1 mu mol norepinephrine) and catecholamine-poor products on another day. Blood...
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