Metabolomic Technology and Bioinformatics

Metabolomics is an innovative science where the research teams are actively engaged in developing new methods to advance highly sensitive low metabolite number panels. It is the global analysis of all or a large number of cellular metabolites. Like other functional genomics research, metabolomics produces significant amounts of data. Management, processing and analysis of this data is a clear encounter and requires specialized mathematical, statistical and bioinformatics tools.

Bioinformatics is a field of biological science which is defined as the study of the inherent structure of biological information. Bioinformatics combines Computer science, Mathematics as well as Engineering. Bioinformatics links with biological data with techniques for information storage, distribution, and analysis to support multiple areas of scientific research, including biomedicine. This subject is fed by modern high-throughput data-generating experiments, concluding determinations of genomic sequence and measurements of gene expression patterns.

  • Sequence Analysis
  • Analysis of gene and protein expression
  • Analysis of cellular organization
  • Network and Systems Biology
  • Bioinformatics workflow management systems
  • Metabolic Fingerprinting
  • Metabolite Profiling

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