Special Issue "Toxicometabolomics: Recent Advances and Future Trends"
A special issue of AppliedChem (ISSN 2673-9623).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2023 | Viewed by 4544
Interests: nanomaterials; carbon-based nanomaterials; graphene; carbon nanodots; photoluminescent probes; sample preparation; analytical method development; metabolomics; toxicity; antibacterial activity
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Interests: toxicity evaluation; therapeutic applications; wound healing; oxidative stress; anti-inflammatory activity; antimicrobial properties; carbon nanodots; bioimaging; metabolomics; medicinal plants
Knowledge of various compounds that pose a threat to human health, and that of (micro)organisms, is ever-increasing with scientific advancement. Research focusing solely on the effect of toxic compounds on various organisms is inadequate, with information on these effects at a molecular level urgently needed. Advanced analytical techniques have thus been employed to shed light on the alterations that take place in an organism’s metabolome, elucidating the relationship between phenotypic alterations and metabolome changes as well as disorders. We are pleased to invite you to contribute to this Special Issue to further advance the exponentially expanding field of metabolomics.
This Special Issue aims to review advances in the field of toxicometabolomics, as well as pave the way for future trends in this Research field.
Original Research articles and reviews are welcome. Research areas may include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Toxicity evaluation for prokaryotes, eukaryotes, and more advanced organisms (e.g., animals);
- Metabolic profiling after exposure to toxic compounds or nanomaterials;
- Association between the phenotypic and metabolic alterations;
- Development of new metabolomic techniques/approaches;
- Metabolite identification techniques.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Theodoros Chatzimitakos
Dr. Athanasia Kasouni
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- high-resolution mass spectrometry
- nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- analytical techniques
- metabolomic databases
- metabolic pathways
- untargeted metabolic profiling
- quantitative metabolomics