Frontiers of Metabolomics Research

Metabolomic studies can provoke enhanced cognizance of disease instruments and to new indicative markers furthermore redesigned perception of medication for solution or xenobiotic impact and expanded capacity to anticipate singular variety in medication reaction phenotypes. Howard University Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (CCBB) is to empower and drive the use of computational approaches to manage the examination of biomedical and disease frames. New programming and progressively complex NMR metabolitespectral databases are inducing the fascinating limits of NMR spectroscopy to perceive and assess little particles in answer for examinations of metabolite biomarkers and metabolic flux. MS appreciates a solid point of interest in affectability contrasted and NMR and, through utilization of various blends of chromatographic techniques and mass/charge partition innovations, gives the capacity to gauge a more extensive cluster of little particle metabolites.

  • Systems Biology approach in regulation of biochemical processes
  • Metabolomics applications in drug developments and disease study
  • Stem cell metabolism
  • Biomedical applications of computational NMR
  • Metabolomics screening
  • Signal transduction
  • Biomarkers research

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