Biocompare || Introduction to Spatial Metabolomics

Metabolomics—often referred to as the youngest of the omics—provides key insight into phenotype. However, bulk metabolomics requires the homogenization of the sample and is thus unable to discern metabolic differences at a cellular level.

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Technology Networks | How Can Data Platforms Unlock the Power of Single-Cell Analysis?

Single-cell technologies have positioned themselves at the forefront of biomedical research. These platforms allow researchers to bypass the uncertainties of bulk data and instead interrogate biological systems at a level of detail that was previously unreachable. But the value of these systems risks being impaired by bottlenecks in data analysis

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Manufacturing Chemist | The increasing power of single-cell omics: changing the future of medicine

Advances in the single-cell genomic analysis of cells and tissues, including the required computational methods, have now put systematic, high-resolution and comprehensive reference maps of all human cells within our reach. Paradigm4’s Marilyn Matz, CEO and cofounder, and Dr Zachary Pitluk, VP of Life Sciences and Healthcare, report

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Clinical Omics | Pushing the Proteomics envelope

More sensitive technology spurs proteomic and metabolomic biomarker identification, clinical use. (Complete article on page 21)