12 zoekresultaten voor “metabolomics” in de Publieke website
A metabolomics resistance test
Can metabolomic profiling be used to predict resistance against insect herbivores in plants?
Virus-host metabolic interactions: using metabolomics to probe oxidative stress, inflammation and systemic immunity
Promotores: T. Hankemeier; R. Berger, Co-promotor: R.J. Vreeken
Quantification in untargeted mass spectrometry-based metabolomics
Promotor: Prof.dr. T. Hankemeier, Co-promotor: T.H. Reijmers
The Netherlands X-omics Initiative
The Netherlands X-omics Initiative is a new facility as part of the National Roadmap for Large-Scale Research Infrastructures. It is partly funded by NWO with a total budget of 40 million euro. The project started on September 2018 and will last for ten years.
Discovery of novel Antibiotics from Actinomycetes by Integrated Metabolomics & Genomics Approaches
Promotor: G.P. van Wezel, Co-promotor: Y.H. Choi
Control of Western flower thrips through jasmonate-triggered plant immunity
We showed that constitutive and inducible chemical and morphological defenses against Western flower thrips differ between tomato and chrysanthemum plants.
whole-genome engineered Arabidopsis mutants : an HR-MAS NMR-based metabolomics approach
Climate change is a challenge for both current and future generations. New biological resources have to be developed in order to meet the demand for energy as well as the demand for food.
Automated de novo metabolite identification with mass spectrometry and cheminformatics
Promotor: Prof.dr. T. Hankemeier, Co-Promotores: T. Reijmers, L. Coulier
High-throughput profiling of small molecules using mass spectrometry
Promotor: Prof.dr. T. Hankemeier, Co-Promotor: R.J. Vreeken
Staying healthy with big data
By analysing the metabolism using big data techniques, we can identify health risks at an earlier stage. Thomas Hankemeier, professor of Analytical Biosciences at the Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research, explains how that works.
2nd LCDS meeting: Big Data & Biology
This Week's Discoveries | 10 November 2015