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Dana M. Lis and Keith Baar

containing equal parts of gelatin and HC. One hour later, the subjects were asked to jump rope to stimulate bone collagen synthesis, and after a further 4 hr, blood was drawn to determine the circulating levels of the N-terminal peptide of procollagen (PINP). PINP in the blood primarily represents bone