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Biotechnology: Tools to Aid Advances in Metabolic Profiling

Feb 14 2006 Read 2482 Times

ESA Biosciences Inc. chose the inaugural Advances In Metabolic Profiling meeting in London, UK to exhibit its latest products to simplify and increase the efficiency of metabolomics studies.

To address the challenges presented by complex multi-component metabolomics samples, ESA has applied its expertise in oxidation chemistry to develop the Metabolomics® System as a complementary technique to an NMR or mass spectrometer to greatly enhance the capabilities of any metabolomics laboratory

ESA's Metabolomics® System provides researchers a means of examining a wide range of small molecules. Drug compounds and endogenous organic molecules can be simultaneously monitored in biological samples. This system is compatible with in vitro and in vivo experimental methods and is supported by the latest in pattern recognition, bioinformatics software.

Also on display will be the award winning Corona? Charged Aerosol Detector a system being used by researchers worldwide to solve difficult analytical challenges. Charged Aerosol Detection is a robust HPLC detection technology that provides the capability to reliably measure compounds present in complex mixtures at low nanogram levels. Besides excellent sensitivity, the Corona CAD shows consistent inter-analyte response independent of chemical structure, enabling quantitation across a range that exceeds four orders of magnitude. Corona CAD's revolutionary technology is applicable for measuring virtually any non- or semi-volatile compound such as drug compounds, carbohydrates, steroids, proteins, lipids, peptides and sugars.

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