Metabolic Phenotyping in Health and Disease

  title={Metabolic Phenotyping in Health and Disease},
  author={E. Holmes and I. D. Wilson and J. Nicholson},
  • E. Holmes, I. D. Wilson, J. Nicholson
  • Published 2008
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cell
  • Analyzing metabolites (small molecules <1 kDa) in body fluids such as urine and plasma using various spectroscopic methods provides information on the metabotype (metabolic phenotype) of individuals or populations, information that can be applied to personalized medicine or public healthcare. 
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