Metabolomics - Bruker announces novel phenomics solutions at Metabolomics 2019
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  July 18, 2019  
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#ALT# Personalizing Nutritional Medicine With the Power of NMR

A major challenge for nutritional medicine studies is the lack of objectives. In this interview, Christian Sina from the University of Lübeck describes how NMR can be used to identify metabolic changes that occur in response to dietary interventions, and the translation of this data into personalized medicine.

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    KeysightBruker announces novel phenomics solutions at Metabolomics 2019
 
Metabolomics 2019 saw companies from across the life science sector display a range of innovative technologies. Bruker showcased a number of MS and NMR systems, including novel high-value solutions for molecular phenomics and clinical metabolomics research.
 
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 Using Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS) to Study Metabolism
 
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