Breathborne Biomarkers and the Human Volatilome

Beauchamp, Jonathan (edt.); Davis, Cristina (edt.); Pleil, Joachim (edt.)

Front Cover -- Breathborne Biomarkers and the Human Volatilome -- Breathborne Biomarkers and the Human VolatilomeSecond EditionEdited byJonathan BeauchampCristina DavisJoachim Pleil? -- Copyright -- Introducing people to innovations, step by step-the legacy of Anton Amann -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- A - Concepts and modeling -- 1 - Breath biomarkers and the exposome -- 1.1 Overview -- 1.2 The human volatilome and breath analysis -- 1.3 Breathborne biomarkers -- 1.3.1 Capnography -- 1.3.2 Exhaled nitric oxide in asthma -- 1.3.3 Ethanol breath test for law enforcement -- 1.3.4 Hydrogen breath test for lactase deficiency -- 1.3.5 Carbon monoxide in neonatal jaundice -- 1.3.6 Urea breath test for Helicobacter pylori infection -- 1.3.7 Gastric emptying breath test for gastroparesis -- 1.3.8 Maximum liver function capacity breath test -- 1.3.9 Heart transplant rejection breath test -- 1.4 Targeted versus untargeted breath analysis -- 1.5 The human exposome -- 1.5.1 A brief history of human exposome research -- 1.5.2 Defining the human exposome concept -- 1.5.3 The exhaled breath exposome -- 1.6 Data treatment tools -- 1.6.1 Summary statistics -- 1.6.2 Data visualization -- 1.7 Summary -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2 - Breath sampling and standardization -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.2 Sampling -- 2.2.1 Exhalation phases -- 2.2.2 Controlled sampling -- 2.2.3 Analytical platforms -- 2.2.4 Sampling for offline analysis -- Bags -- Sorbent traps -- Regular sorbent extraction -- Microextraction -- 2.2.5 Sampling for online analysis -- 2.2.6 Influence of physiological parameters -- 2.2.7 Extraneous confounders -- 2.3 Standardization -- 2.4 Summary -- References -- 3 - Physiological modeling of exhaled compounds -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 Experimental basis from real-time analyses -- 3.3 Modeling theory -- 3.4 Isoprene.

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