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Untargeted Metabolomics - Metabolomics Core - Mayo Clinic Research Core Resources Metabolomics Core Sections Overview About About Faculty and Staff Facilities and Equipment Services Services Untargeted Metabolomics Targeted Metabolomics Isotope...
Targeted metabolomics is a quantitative approach in which a known set of metabolites is quantitated using 13 C, 2 H or 15 N isotope-labeled internal or external reference compounds.
Much of the team's work involves the use of stable isotope tracers to label proteins in vivo and study synthesis and accumulation of individual proteins.
The core offers stable isotope-labeled metabolic studies in both human and animal models.
This protocol, in which hydroxyproline labelled with a cold isotope is infused intravenously in patients with primary hyperoxaluria, will allow us to measure the amount of oxalate produced from hydroxyproline.
During this test, an isotope of radioactive iodine is injected into a vein in your arm.
Facilities and Equipment - Metabolomics Core - Mayo Clinic Research Core Resources Metabolomics Core Sections Overview About About Faculty and Staff Facilities and Equipment Services Services Untargeted Metabolomics Targeted Metabolomics Isotope...
Much of our work involves the use of stable isotope tracers to label proteins in vivo and study synthesis and accumulation of individual proteins.
There, in vivo methods such as the euglycemic-hyperinsulinemic clamp technique associated with the use of stable isotope to assess insulin sensitivity are used on participants, while human fat tissue samples are collected by performi...
Dzeja is using transcardiac metabolomics and has developed new stable isotope technologies to assist heart failure diagnostics and patient selection for cardiac resynchronization therapy and to follow treatment efficacy.
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