NMR-based metabolomics in human disease diagnosis: applications, limitations, and recommendations

@article{Emwas2013NMRbasedMI,
  title={NMR-based metabolomics in human disease diagnosis: applications, limitations, and recommendations},
  author={Abdul-Hamid Emwas and Reza M. Salek and Julian Leether Griffin and Jasmeen Merzaban},
  journal={Metabolomics},
  year={2013},
  volume={9},
  pages={1048-1072}
}
Metabolomics is a dynamic and emerging research field, similar to proteomics, transcriptomics and genomics in affording global understanding of biological systems. It is particularly useful in functional genomic studies in which metabolism is thought to be perturbed. Metabolomics provides a snapshot of the metabolic dynamics that reflect the response of living systems to both pathophysiological stimuli and/or genetic modification. Because this approach makes possible the examination of… CONTINUE READING

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