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Uchenye zapiski Kazanskogo universiteta. Serii͡a︡ Estestvennye nauki, ISSN 2542-064X, 06/2017, Volume 159, Issue 2, pp. 232 - 247
.... According to modern concepts of functional genomics, it is believed that individual differences in the degree of development of physical and mental qualities, as well as in the... 
sports selection | strength | epigenetic | telomeres | DNA polymorphism | including the phenomenon of overtraining. The purpose of this review is to provide data on the use of genomic | and further development of omics technologies | circulating DNA | endurance | including multicentre genome-wide association studies and whole-genome sequencing in large cohorts of athletes with further validation and replication | to clarify sports specialization and to optimize the training process. Other molecular markers (methyl groups | as well as in the susceptibility to different diseases of athletes are largely due to DNA polymorphisms. Genetic markers associated with the development and manifestation of physical qualities (speed | telomerase activity | proteins | trans­criptomic | assessing the current functional status of athletes and in the pres­cription of personal training and nutrition programs. Future research | proteomic and metabolic methods in sports talent identification | flexibility) can be used in the sports selection system | epigenome | it is believed that individual differences in the degree of development of physical and mental qualities | biomarkers | have opened new opportunities in studying the molecular mechanisms underlying the sport success. According to modern concepts of functional genomics | trans­cripts | etc.) in addition to predicting athletic performance | metabolites | allow assessing the current functional state of the athlete | proteome | genome | agility | metabolome | trans­criptome
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Breast cancer : basic and clinical research, ISSN 1178-2234, 2017, Volume 11, p. 117822341774397
.... This narrative review is intended to provide an overview between inflammation and breast cancer, in addition to the effects exercise may have on common inflammatory markers that have been... 
inflammation | exercise | Breast cancer survivors | Mastectomy | Hormone replacement therapy | Breast cancer | Health risk assessment | Cancer therapies | Mortality
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