The biological interpretation of metabolomic data can be misled by the extraction method used

@article{Duportet2011TheBI,
  title={The biological interpretation of metabolomic data can be misled by the extraction method used},
  author={Xavier Duportet and Raphael B. M. Aggio and S{\'o}nia Carneiro and Silas Granato Villas-B{\^o}as},
  journal={Metabolomics},
  year={2011},
  volume={8},
  pages={410-421}
}
The field of metabolomics is getting more and more popular and a wide range of different sample preparation procedures are in use by different laboratories. Chemical extraction methods using one or more organic solvents as the extraction agent are the most commonly used approach to extract intracellular metabolites and generate metabolite profiles. Metabolite profiles are the scaffold supporting the biological interpretation in metabolomics. Therefore, we aimed to address the following… CONTINUE READING
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