Special Issue "Sports and Health Metabolism"
A special issue of Metabolites (ISSN 2218-1989).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2021.
Interests: Johannes Scherr's primary research topic is the effects of extreme physical strain (e.g. marathon) on various organs, in particular the immune and cardiovascular systems and metabolism. Furthermore, the effects and possible applications of nutrition.
2. Director of the Human Performance Laboratory,North Carolina Research Campus,Kannapolis, NC 28081, USA
Interests: sports nutrition; exercise; immunology; inflammation; obesity; metabolomics; proteomics; lipid mediators
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
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Special Issue in Nutrients: Sports Nutrition
Sport, health, and metabolism have a close physiological and clinical relationship. These three fields of scientific endeavor are inextricably interwoven, and this Special Issue of Metabolites will include articles that provide novel insights into how exercise and athletic endeavor influence health and metabolism.
Technological advances have accelerated scientific discoveries in these areas, and include genomics, metabolomics, proteomics, lipidomics, and gut microbiome characterization. These multi-omics approaches provide a systemwide view of the multifaceted health and metabolic responses to exercise by simultaneously measuring and identifying large numbers of small-molecule metabolites, lipids, proteins, and other molecules. Exhalomics is an innovative approach that noninvasively measures hundreds of metabolic molecules from exhaled breath samples. These data are providing new insights with the potential to improve personalized lifestyle and medical guidance.
This Special Issue will advance scientific understanding in sport, health, and metabolism, with an emphasis on multi-omics approaches. We look forward to reviewing your papers.
Prof. Dr. Johannes Scherr
Prof. Dr. David C. Nieman
Manuscript Submission Information
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