Tools of the Metabolomics Trade
How we go about the systematic study of the unique chemical fingerprints that specific cellular processes leave behind – and what we can learn from them.
Robert Trengove |
Jim Watson, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA and one of the driving forces behind the Human Genome Project, recently said (1), “If I was starting a PhD today, I would do it in metabolomics.” What is exciting to Watson – and to all of us in metabolomics – is that the field is starting to move beyond simply identifying differences between control and treated/disease samples to mapping out pathways and the ways in which they change in response to the treatment or disease.
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