Metabolomics at the Interface between Nutrition, Microbiota, and Health
- Unique Pathway Coverage:
Quantification of up to 500 metabolites from 24 biochemical classes in 10 µl sample volume providing an increased coverage of biologically important metabolic pathways. Contact us for information on applicable matrices.
- Functional Microbiomics:
Coverage of microbiota-derived metabolites to study functional host-microbiota interactions.
No method or reagent development required. Simple, guided workflow is established in your laboratory within two days.
- Quantitative & Reproducible:
Standardization together with automated signal identification and quantification ensures reliable results from up to 250 samples per week and instrument.
The phenotype of an organism is influenced by a complex interaction between genetics, nutrition, and the environment. The microbiota is an additional contributing element. Metabolomics is a powerful research tool for the systemic analysis of these factors. A growing number of scientific publications showcase the invaluable importance of metabolism in a large variety of research areas.
The MxP® Quant 500 Kit is a breakthrough in targeted metabolic profiling. The kit provides the most comprehensive metabolite coverage of biologically important pathways. The kit includes metabolites reflecting host-microbiota interaction and nutritional status.
By performing triple quadrupole mass spectrometry with the MxP® Quant 500 Kit, up to 500 metabolites from 24 compound classes can be quantified:
|Small Molecules (12 classes)||Lipids (12 classes)|
|Amino acid related||Lysophosphatidylcholines|
|Biogenic amines||Cholesteryl esters|
|Carbohydrates and related||Ceramides|
|Hormones and related||Lactosylceramides|
|Indoles and derivatives||Trihexosylceramides|
|Nucleobases and related||Diacylglycerols|
|Vitamins and cofactors||Triacylglycerols|
The MxP® Quant 500 Kit has been developed for the UHPLC-SCIEX 5500 platform. Additional instrument platforms are in preparation.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.