Explore ASMS Reboot with Biocrates
Biocrates @ ASMS
- Monday June 8th, 1:30 – 4:30 pm CDT Clinical Analysis: Application (chaired by our CTO Dr. Therese Koal)
- Talk: MxP® Quant 500 Kit with Waters Xevo® TQ-XS –
Mass Spectrometry for Standardized and Comprehensive Targeted Metabolomics and Lipidomics (Dr. Ulf Sommer)
- Poster: Quantitative analysis of acyl-carnitines without derivatisation and ion-pair reagents in different matrices (Maheshwor Thapa)
- Poster: Potential of metabolite sums and ratios calculations for faster biological insights into targeted metabolomics data (Barbara Ustazewski, PhD)
NEW: Tryptophan metabolism – Targeting immune response
Tryptophan metabolites enable both the interorgan and interkingdom crosstalk. Analysing tryptophan metabolism is crucial for the identification of biomarkers and to develop therapeutic strategies. The pivotal role of tryptophan metabolism in inflammatory disease makes this assay the go-to sentinel for your clinical study success.
How could metabolomics contribute to COVID-19 research?
The biology of the novel coronavirus Sars-CoV-2 is not well characterized yet. We need to better understand the factors that contribute to the heterogenic outcomes of Covid-19, and the reasons that put elderly populations at increased risk of severe disease courses. Biomarkers that can be predictive of probable disease progression or the response to a specific course of therapy would be highly valuable to personalize treatments at every stage of the disease.
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