Interview with TMIC young scientists who were awarded at the 4th Annual MANA Conference. Let’s get to know who they are and learn more about their research
TMIC has worked on numerous food-related projects, published a number of papers & reviews, created food databases, and offered assays & services pertaining to food.
How could metabolomics change pediatric health? Let’s explore these few latest publications on metabolomics in infants and children
MetaboNews Team wrapped up their work in this year’s final issue with a warm season’s greeting to their readers.
This month issue features the Spotlight article on Quantitative metabolomics for more than 1,000 metabolites – The new MxP® Quant 500 XL kit and WebIDQ software.
The SpOtLight Article on the “Reporting Standards for Quality Control Samples in Untargeted Metabolic Phenotyping” by Jennifer Kirwan and Ian Wilson on behalf of the Metabolomics Quality Assurance & Quality Control Consortium (mQACC) Reporting Standards Working Group.
MetaboInterview with Dr. Nadja Cech from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Dr. Cech had to make a decision between metabolomics and the Rocky Mountains, let’s check how was her decision!
The Human Microbial Metabolome Database (MiMeDB) and ChemFOnt: The Chemical Functional Ontology Resource
Harynuk node’s work in separations and chemometrics supports research in diverse fields including plant, food and beverages, multiomics studies, etc.
High-coverage metabolome analysis will benefit many research areas, including disease biomarker discovery, population-based health analytics, and clinical application