Category Archives: Metabolomics

Current Fluorous Metabolomics in Fluorous Technical Newsletter

Fluorous approaches for metabolomics research is the theme of our latest Fluorous Technical Newsletter, sent to subscribers earlier today.  Three specific examples from the recent literature are highlighted at a high level with links to the relevant F-Blog posts for … Continue reading

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Fluorous Scavenging in Metabolomics

In proteomics and metabolomics applications sensitivity is highly important since many of the most interesting proteins and metabolites are present in low concentrations.  In addition, some metabolites such as carboxylic acids do not contain functionality which is fluorescent or highly … Continue reading

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Fluorous Methods in Metabolomics and Glycomics

Metabolomics is the study of all the metabolites produced within a biological sample.  These are the final end products of all the mechanisms cellular mechanisms contained within organisms.  Metabolomics is the last of the -omics when going from genotype to … Continue reading

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Fluorous at ASMS

Fluorous techniques for biological sample enrichment will be on display at the 57th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry, to be held from May 31 to June 4, 2009 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA.   Here’s a list of … Continue reading

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Analysis of Biofluids by NIMS

Prof. Gary Siuzdak and co-workers at the Scripps Research Institute along with collaborators at Pfizer have just published a paper in Analytical Chemistry describing nanostructure initiated mass spectrometry (NIMS) in tissue and biofluid analysis.  They first reported the NIMS technique … Continue reading

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