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Metabolite of the month
Metabolites are essential for life. They are the products of the chemical processes that occur in the body and are necessary for the body to function. Metabolites can be used as biomarkers to diagnose disease and to assess treatment efficacy.
In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at one specific metabolite. Topics of discussion include the biosynthesis and degradation in a broader health context, and the effects of dysregulation in disease.
Cinnamaldehyde – Metabolite of the month

Cinnamaldehyde – Metabolite of the month

In our metabolite of the month series, our scientists look at one specific metabolite each month. Topics of discussion include the biosynthesis and degradation in a broader health context, and the effect of dysregulation. In this month´s article, they took a closer look at Cinnamaldehyde.

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Sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P) – Metabolite of the month

Sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P) – Metabolite of the month

In our metabolite of the month series, our scientists look at one specific metabolite each month. Topics of discussion include the biosynthesis and degradation in a broader health context, and the effect of dysregulation. In this month´s article, they took a closer look at sphingosine-1-phosphate.

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Metabolite of the month – Arginine

Metabolite of the month – Arginine

In our metabolite of the month series, our scientists look at one specific metabolite each month. Topics of discussion include the biosynthesis and degradation in a broader health context, and the effect of dysregulation. In this month´s article, they took a closer look at Arginine.

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