Athletes undergo Quest biomarker tests

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg reported in August that it plans to use Madison, NJ-based Quest Diagnostics’ blood testing service to look for associations between biomarkers and biomechanics, training, recovery, and other variables relevant to sports injury risk in some of its athletes. Blood samples from players on the university’s men’s football and women’s soccer team will be tested with Blueprint for Athletes, Quest’s suite of laboratory blood tests that gives amateur and professional athletes data to help improve performance and lower injury risk.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg reported in August that it plans to use Madison, NJ-based Quest Diagnostics’ blood testing service to look for associations between biomarkers and biomechanics, training, recovery, and other variables relevant to sports injury risk in some of its athletes. Blood samples from players on the university’s men’s football and women’s soccer team will be tested with Blueprint for Athletes, Quest’s suite of laboratory blood tests that gives amateur and professional athletes data to help improve performance and lower injury risk.

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Athletes undergo Quest biomarker tests