Peer-reviewed publications featuring metabolomics
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.
Metabolomics can be combined with clinical data for the prediction of patient survival after anti-tumor treatment.
Plasma lipid profiling for the prognosis of 90-day mortality, in-hospital mortality, ICU admission, and severity in bacterial community-acquired pneumonia (CAP)
Accumulation of neurotoxic kynurenine metabolites with aging represents the mechanism of neuromuscular defects linking chronic inflammation to physical frailty.
The metabolite of this month focuses on kynurenine, a tryptophan-derived metabolite at the crossroads between neurology, immunology and cancer.
How to combine targeted metabolomics and machine learning algorithms to identify biomarkers associated with ALS disease progression.
The maturation of the newborn´s microbiome is critically dependent on bile acids from liver and can be manipulated by administration of bile acids in mice.
Serum metabolites were associated with risk of coronary heart disease in a population-based cohort, with a comparable strength to classic risk factors.
Metabolite of the month is your sneak peek into the world of metabolomics. This month we look at carnitine #loveyourmetabolites
Higher serum bile acid levels and an altered gut microbiome contribute to fibrogenesis, liver injury, and tumorigenesis in cirrhotic and noncirrhotic NASH-HCC.
What does brain activity look like after anti-depressant treatment and what is the basis for prescribing serotonin re-uptake inhibitors in the first place?
Metabolomics and 16S rRNA profiling uncover the crosstalk between gut microbiota and statins efficacy that can hide behind inter-individual variability.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has many facets. Metabolomics supports Alzheimer’s early diagnosis and research on the treatment of AD.
Lipidomics reveals long-term effects of palliative surgeries in Fontan patients after cardiac function is restored.
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.
Targeted metabolomics reveals differences in metabolic profiles between top athletes and amateur runners days after running a marathon.
Amino acids were identified as serum biomarkers for the diagnosis of patients with active tuberculosis infection in a targeted metabolomics study.
Finding a test for different types of multiple sclerosis has been proven to be difficult. Metabolomics as a solution is explored in the study portrayed here.
“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.
Metagenomics, metaproteomics and metabolomics create an exciting mix of approaches to understand systematic changes in an organism after external perturbations.
An international team of scientists applied targeted metabolomics to deepen the mechanistic understanding of metabolic syndrome and its regional specificities.
Uncovering the mechanism linking the Mediterranean diet with reduced risk for cardiometabolic diseases using targeted metabolomics.
How can the use of antibiotics in animal farming be reduced? Probiotics might be a solution.
The response of cancer cells to checkpoint inhibition therapy can be predicted using metabolomics.
Metabolic syndrome is associated with changes in amino acid metabolites. The korean genome and epidemiology study finds involvement of arginase activity
Targeted metabolomics support the study of animal health. The diet of cows (high vs low energy) has influence on the metabolite levels of the offspring.
Female and male mice may think differently. Targeted metabolomics reveals differences in brain chemistry between the two which might account for behavioral differences.
To predicting life expectancy standardized and reproducible scientific methods are needed. Metabolomics is one way to approach this question.
Betaine supplementation has a profound effect on phospholipid metabolism. Its effect on brain and liver health can be studied using targeted metabolomics.
One of the widely accepted hallmarks of cancer is metabolic deregulation. By integrating transcriptome, proteome, and metabolome analysis insights on cancer can be gained.
Due to the fact that in Alzheimers bile acids as well as the microbiome play a key role, standardized metabolomics is particularly well adapted to study Alzheimers.
The study of the microbiome is a vital part of personalized medicine. Targeted metabolomics supports patient stratification in Clostridiodes patients.
Acute and chronic heart failure can be studied using metabolomics. The metabolic phenotype (especially lipids/ amino acids) rapidly changes upon these condition
The health benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids are well documented. Metabolomics studies can help to elucidate the beneficial effects of nutrition on body and mind.