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Effect of heavy weekend drinking on urinary dolichol levels

The effect of acute heavy alcohol consumption on urinary dolichol levels was studied in 10 healthy volunteers during 2 separate weekends (48 hr). During one of the weekends the subjects received alcohol 5.5 g of per kg body weight in 4 different sessions. The other weekend was otherwise identical, b... Full description

Journal Title: Alcohol (Fayetteville N.Y.), 1987, Vol.4 (6), p.509-511
Main Author: Roine, Risto P.
Other Authors: Ylikahri, Reino , Koskinen, Pekka , Suokas, Antti , Hämäläinen, Jukka , Salaspuro, Mikko
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title: Effect of heavy weekend drinking on urinary dolichol levels
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  • Roine, Risto P.
  • Ylikahri, Reino
  • Koskinen, Pekka
  • Suokas, Antti
  • Hämäläinen, Jukka
  • Salaspuro, Mikko
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  • Alcohol
  • Alcohol Drinking - physiology
  • Alcoholism and acute alcohol poisoning
  • Biological and medical sciences
  • Diterpenes - urine
  • Dolichol - urine
  • Ethanol - administration & dosage
  • Heavy drinking
  • Humans
  • Male
  • Medical sciences
  • Time Factors
  • Toxicology
  • Urinary dolichols
ispartof: Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.), 1987, Vol.4 (6), p.509-511
description: The effect of acute heavy alcohol consumption on urinary dolichol levels was studied in 10 healthy volunteers during 2 separate weekends (48 hr). During one of the weekends the subjects received alcohol 5.5 g of per kg body weight in 4 different sessions. The other weekend was otherwise identical, but no alcohol was served. During the weekend when the subjects consumed alcohol, urinary dolichol levels began to rise significantly on the second day of the experiment reaching more than double of the baseline values 42 hours after the beginning of the experiment. During the control weekend, no such increase in urinary dolichol levels was observed. Thus, heavy drinking lasting more than one day is capable of increasing urinary dolichol levels.
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