Igfi T

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IGF-I l

CRP T, IL-6 T, ES T, ICAM-1 T, VCAM-1 T insulin T, C-peptide T, Lp T, HC T, F l

CRP l, IL-6 l, HC l, Fb l IL-6 T, CRP T, SAA T, TNFa T IL-6 T, Alb l, Tr l STP l CRP l

210 ch13 protein profiling for forensic and biometric applications Table 13.1 Continued

(b) Lifestyle Sex life

Coitus-induced orgasm (both males and females) Higher probability of having baby daughters Behaviour status

'Sickness behaviour' (fever, weakness, malaise, listlessness, inability to concentrate, depression, lethargia, anhedonia and loss of appetite) Panic patients (social phobia) Prolonged wakefulness Behavioural changes (anorexia, adipsia, sleepiness and depression in social, sexual and general activity) Sexual arousal, aggression, emotional tone, cognition, dominant behaviour (especially violent offenders) High testosterone (men/women) Low testosterone (men/women) Depression Major depression State of health

Higher risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes Higher risk of cancer Recent exposure to environmental factors: hypothermia, heavy metals, amino acid analogues, inhibitors of energy metabolism, UV exposure; pathological conditions: viral infection, fever, inflammation, ischaemia, oxidative stress Ongoing inflammatory process prior to death Socioeconomic status For under 60 years old, 'status'

correlates with Low educated individuals Physical activity Leisure time physical activity High physical activity (>7 kcal/min expended) Acute training response Extreme physical exercise Muscle damage and repair

Prl T (remains T for 1 h) If HLA-B15 allele present

Pro-inflammatory cytokines T

Testosterone T, (TT); see below for association with HLA alleles

B15/B8, DR4

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