Standardizing the experimental conditions for using urine in NMR-based metabolomic studies with a particular focus on diagnostic studies: a review

@inproceedings{Emwas2014StandardizingTE,
  title={Standardizing the experimental conditions for using urine in NMR-based metabolomic studies with a particular focus on diagnostic studies: a review},
  author={Abdul-Hamid Emwas and Claudio Luchinat and Paola Turano and Leonardo Tenori and Raja Roy and Reza M. Salek and Danielle N Ryan and Jasmeen S Merzaban and Rima Kaddurah-Daouk and Ana C. M. Zeri and G A Nagana Gowda and Daniel Raftery and Yulan L Wang and Lorraine Brennan and David S. Wishart},
  booktitle={Metabolomics},
  year={2014}
}
The metabolic composition of human biofluids can provide important diagnostic and prognostic information. Among the biofluids most commonly analyzed in metabolomic studies, urine appears to be particularly useful. It is abundant, readily available, easily stored and can be collected by simple, noninvasive techniques. Moreover, given its chemical complexity, urine is particularly rich in potential disease biomarkers. This makes it an ideal biofluid for detecting or monitoring disease processes… CONTINUE READING
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