metabolome


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me·tab·o·lome

 (mə-tăb′ə-lōm′)
n.
The complete set of chemical compounds involved in an organism's metabolism.


me·tab′o·lom′ic (mə-tăb′ə-lŏm′ĭk) adj.

metabolome

(mɪˈtæbəˌləʊm)
n
(Biology) the full complement of metabolites present in a cell, tissue, or organism in a particular physiological or developmental state
[C20: from metabolite + -ome]
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(2015), using plasma metabolome analysis, identified potential biomarkers of fatigue in male rats.
(U.S.), Agilent Technologies, Inc.(U.S.), Biocrates Life Sciences AG (Austria), Shimadzu Corporation (Japan), Waters Corporation (U.S.), Human Metabolome Technologies, Inc.(Japan), LECO Corporation (U.S.), Metabolon, Inc.
The metabolome represents a collection of exogenous chemicals and metabolites from cellular processes that may provide a proximal indication of physiological responses to environmental exposures, disease processes, and drug therapies.
Navy Beans Impact the Stool Metabolome and Metabolic Pathways for Colon Health in Cancer Survivors.
In this study we instead investigate biochemical by-products of metabolic pathways (the 'metabolome') and the microorganisms living in association with the body (the 'microbiome') which reflects the interaction between an organism's genome and its environment and are a better potential indicator of observed characteristics, which can be potentially modified as treatment strategy.
The sequences of metabolites created by a biological organization comprise their "Metabolome" (6, 7).
Other scientists who contributed to the study, entitled 'Metabolic changes of the blood metabolome after a date fruit challenge,' were Sweety Mathew, Joel Malek, Anna Halama, Sara Abdul Kader, Minkyung Choi and Robert Mohney.
According to Wong's study, the metabolite levels of de-identified patient urines were comparable with those of the published references from the Human Metabolome Database.
Dr Suhre added, "The design of our study is extremely versatile and could be used in the future to assess other functional foods and evaluate their potential health benefits." Other scientists who contributed to the study, entitled 'Metabolic changes of the blood metabolome after a date fruit challenge,' were Sweety Mathew, Joel Malek, Anna Halama, Sara Abdul Kader, Minkyung Choi and Robert Mohney.
George Crowley, from New York University in New York City, and colleagues quantified the metabolome of serum for never-smoking, male, WTC-exposed firefighters with normal pre-9/11 lung function, drawn within six months after 9/11.
High-resolution MS, isotope abundance ratios, MS/MS, the Human Metabolome database, the METLIN database, a literature search, and standard comparisons were employed to identify ion structures.
This study using simultaneous LC-MS/MS measurements of 15 adrenal steroids in plasma establishes distinct steroid metabolome profiles that might be useful as a test for CS.