The Ultradian project develops novel and dynamic diagnostic of endocrine disorders. Current workup is characterized by repetitive single time point measurements of hormones, sometimes supplemented with complicated and time-consuming dynamic tests. Ultradian dynamic testing combines ambulatory sampling of interstitial fluid over 24 hours with novel ultra-sensitive assays of hormones, allowing characterization of several hormonal circadian and ultradian rhythms both in health and in endocrine diseases.
|Alternative title||Dynamic hormone diagnostics|
|Effective start/end date||1/09/15 → 31/08/19|
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