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Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

The Promise of eMetabolomics

“For the first time in history, the stability of nature can no longer be taken for granted […] Never has it been more important to understand how the natural world works and how to help it.”

The opening lines of the critically acclaimed Netflix series "Our Planet," narrated by the famous British natural historian Sir David Attenborough, should really make us all stop and think. To play our part, we believe we can contribute to a better understanding of nature with environmental metabolomics.

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About the Authors

Peter W. Lindenburg

Research Group Metabolomics, Leiden Centre for Applied Bioscience, Faculty of Science & Technology, University of Applied Sciences Leiden, The Netherlands


André van Roon

Research Group Metabolomics, Leiden Centre for Applied Bioscience, Faculty of Science & Technology, University of Applied Sciences Leiden, The Netherlands

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