Metabolomics

Metabolomics is a field of research that focuses on the chemical processes undergone by metabolites. It involves the use of sophisticated analytical technologies to identify and quantify cellular metabolites, in addition to the extraction of relevant information so that the data can be interpreted and applied in a practical setting.
Applications of Metabolomics

The field of metabolomics has the potential to be applied in a number of settings to offer practical use. It remains a relatively young field of research and, therefore many of its applications of metabolomics are still only becoming evident. Nonetheless, this article covers some of the present and future ways in which metabolomics could be applied.

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SARS-CoV-2 infection prolongs viral shedding and lymphocyte loss in patients with cancer

SARS-CoV-2 infection prolongs viral shedding and lymphocyte loss in patients with cancer

Too much salt affects the functioning of phagocytes

Too much salt affects the functioning of phagocytes

Fasting can reduce hypertension by reshaping the composition of gut microbiota

Fasting can reduce hypertension by reshaping the composition of gut microbiota

Parallel Evaporator Assists Metabolomics Research

Parallel Evaporator Assists Metabolomics Research

Study identifies gene variants that cause metabolic deficiency in the eye

Study identifies gene variants that cause metabolic deficiency in the eye

Blocking folate metabolism could reduce SARS-CoV-2 viral replication in infected cells

Blocking folate metabolism could reduce SARS-CoV-2 viral replication in infected cells

Joint project aims to establish automated system for SARS-CoV-2 analysis in wastewater

Joint project aims to establish automated system for SARS-CoV-2 analysis in wastewater

Side-stream products of malting could be used as human nutrition, indicates study

Side-stream products of malting could be used as human nutrition, indicates study

Discover, Visualize and Identify Biomarkers

Discover, Visualize and Identify Biomarkers

New Nature Communications publication by Mann & Theis Groups harnesses the benefits of large-scale peptide collisional cross section (CCS) measurements and deep learning for 4D-proteomics

New Nature Communications publication by Mann & Theis Groups harnesses the benefits of large-scale peptide collisional cross section (CCS) measurements and deep learning for 4D-proteomics

Analytical Mass Spectrometry: How Did We Get Here, Where are We Going?

Analytical Mass Spectrometry: How Did We Get Here, Where are We Going?

SARS-CoV-2 modulates host cell central carbon metabolism for reproduction

SARS-CoV-2 modulates host cell central carbon metabolism for reproduction

Study provides better understanding of metabolic routes involved in regulating satiety

Study provides better understanding of metabolic routes involved in regulating satiety

Study reveals detailed map of glioblastoma in genetic, molecular detail

Study reveals detailed map of glioblastoma in genetic, molecular detail

Metabolomics and machine learning used to identify possible COVID-19 biomarkers

Metabolomics and machine learning used to identify possible COVID-19 biomarkers

Bruker establishes new customer support center in the Middle East at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Research Park

Bruker establishes new customer support center in the Middle East at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Research Park

GLS1 inhibitor selectively eliminates senescent cells, ameliorates age-associated disorders

GLS1 inhibitor selectively eliminates senescent cells, ameliorates age-associated disorders

Study examines the link between walnut metabolites and risk of cardiometabolic diseases

Study examines the link between walnut metabolites and risk of cardiometabolic diseases

Two-drug combination approach could be effective against bone cancer

Two-drug combination approach could be effective against bone cancer

Insulin resistance, diabetes and metabolic syndrome contribute to premature coronary events in women

Insulin resistance, diabetes and metabolic syndrome contribute to premature coronary events in women