Advances in Separation Methods for Metabolomics and Lipidomics
The increasing need for novel analytical approaches with higher selectivity, speed and coverage is of utmost importance in metabolomics and lipidomics. The ability to quantify and identify different metabolites and lipids in biospecimes, such as biofluids, tissues and lysates, is crucial for prognostics and diagnostics purposes, and furthermore, high-throughput techniques in the clinical setting are highly desirable. This Topic will be focused on the development, validation and application of original methodologies based on hyphenated methods, such as UHPLC-MS, GC-MS, CE-MS, aimed at the qualitative–quantitative analysis of metabolites and lipids in complex matrices such as cells, plasma, serum, urine and tissue homogenates. Particular attention will be given to method optimization, validation, identification and quantitation of the profiled metabolites and lipids.
Dr. Eduardo Sommella
Dr. Giulia Mazzoccanti
Dr. Emanuela Salviati
- instrumental methods
- method validation
- chromatography (LC and GC)
- electrophoresis mass spectrometry (HRMS and MS/MS)
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