Metabolomic Analysis

Metabolomics is a science concerned with the systematic study of the chemical products or metabolites that cells and organisms generate is related to young branch of “omics”. The downstream products of numerous genome-wide or proteome-wide interactions are metabolites, The metabolome (the sum of all metabolites in an organism) can be a very sensitive measure of an organism’s phenotype .In the study of environment-gene interactions, the identification of disease biomarkers and the discovery of drugs metabolomics particularly useful. metabolomics still struggles to cover even a tiny fraction of the metabolome, Unlike its older “omics” cousins, where complete or near-complete coverage of the genome or proteome is fairly routine. Typically succeed in identifying or characterizing fewer than 100 compounds Indeed, most human metabolomic studies published today, even those exploiting the latest and most sensitive LC-MS/MS technologies. The known human metabolome corresponds to less than 1%. we (and others) have started to undertake the systematic characterization of various human biofluid metabolomes, In an effort to help improve this situation. Biofluid metabolomes includes the human serum metabolome human cerebrospinal fluid metabolome the human saliva metabolome. We already turned our attention to characterizing the human urine metabolome.

 

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