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Metabolomics of Ndufs4−/− skeletal muscle: adaptive mechanisms converge at the ubiquinone-cycle
Leigh syndrome is one of the most common childhood-onset neurometabolic disorders resulting from a primary oxidative phosphorylation dysfunction and affecting mostly brain tissues. Ndufs4−/− mice have been widely used to ...
Fatty acid metabolome extraction from mycobacterial cells for GC-MS metabolomics analysis
Metabolomics is becoming an increasingly popular research tool for identifying new biomarkers, which can, among other applications, be applied to elucidate various microbial growth and virulence mechanisms. Since the lipid ...
A urinary biosignature for mitochondrial myopathy, encephalopathy, lactic acidosis and stroke like episodes (MELAS)
We used a comprehensive metabolomics approach to study the altered urinary metabolome of two mitochondrial myopathy, encephalopathy lactic acidosis and stroke like episodes (MELAS) cohorts carrying the m.3243A>G mutation. The ...
The application of metabolomics toward pulmonary tuberculosis research
In the quest to identify novel biomarkers for pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), high-throughput systems biology approaches such as metabolomics has become increasingly widespread. Such biomarkers have not only successfully been ...
Total metabolome extraction from mycobacterial cells for GC-MS metabolomics analysis
Over the past 10 years, the number of metabolomics based publications in the available scientific literature has exponentially grown, a large portion of which describing new biomarkers better elucidating microbial disease ...
Microbial metabolomics: essential definitions and the importance of cultivation conditions for utilizing Bacillus species as bionematicides
Root‐knot nematodes are destructive phytopathogens that damage agricultural crops globally, and there is growing interest in the use of biocontrol based on rhizobacteria such as Bacillus to combat Meloidogyne species. It ...