Applications of metabolomics
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The metabolite of this month is spermidine, a biogenic amine with applications in cancer, neurology and hair research.
Epidemiological research contributes greatly to our understanding of what constitutes healthy aging. Cohort studies hold the key to identifying risk factors for common diseases. Metabolomics is a valuable tool to make cohort studies successful.
The metabolite of this month is cholic acid, of the the bile acid class. Notorious for their role in digestion, they are also powerful regulators of metabolism.
The metabolite of this month is arachidonic acid, a polyunsaturated fatty acid at the crossroads between inflammation, athlete training and the latest COVID-19 research.
Those who recover from COVID-19, especially after severe cases, have experienced a great deal of pain and discomfort. However, because of potential multi-organ injuries that more closely resemble the situation after sepsis rather than recovery from an Influenza virus infection, COVID-19 survivors often experience long-term consequences of the infection.
The global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted collaborative research efforts across the world. Thus far, the bulk of these efforts have been geared towards vaccine development and discovery of therapeutic strategies that mitigate disease severity.
While vaccine development has been faster than for any previous emerging infectious disease, the next big challenge will be the logistics of producing and distributing hundreds of millions of doses.
It is well established that within the context of infectious diseases, both host and pathogen impact each other’s metabolism. Viral diseases, such as COVID-19, perfectly exemplify this, as the virus hijacks host cells in order to survive and replicate.
The metabolite of this month focuses on kynurenine, a tryptophan-derived metabolite at the crossroads between neurology, immunology and cancer.
Metabolite of the month is your sneak peek into the world of metabolomics. This month we look at carnitine #loveyourmetabolites
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has many facets. Metabolomics supports Alzheimer’s early diagnosis and research on the treatment of AD.
Monitoring COVID-19 patient’s pathophysiology using metabolomics can lead to early detection of therapy response, opening an avenue to precision medicine.
Monitoring COVID-19 patient’s pathophysiology might lead to early detection of therapy response, opening an avenue to precision medicine. Metabolomics is a tool to support these efforts.
biocrates enables reproducible quantitative metabolomics in fecal samples. Understand the challenges associated with this matrix.
“Metabolomics – between Nutrition, Microbiome, and Disease” demonstrates that metabolomics is a powerful tool to study host-microbiota-diet interactions
Biocrates enables reproducible quantitative metabolomics in urine samples, a biofluid of choice for biomarker discovery in medicine and biology.