Applications of 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.