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The Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory’s (EMSL) 600-MHz NMR spectrometer is used to identify and quantify metabolites in biofluids, including serum samples, urine samples, cell extracts, and cell cultures to determine biomarkers of metabolic processes and metabolic pathway utilization. This instrument features robotic sample handling for high-throughput applications as well as a liquid chromatography front-end to facilitate identification of metabolites in complex mixtures.

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Document Title: Metabolomics and NMR
Category: EMSL (William R. Wiley Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory)
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: June 2009
Background: Equipment: 600 MHz NMR equipped for metabolomics Research application(s): Identification and quantification of metabolites in biofluids, including serum samples, urine samples, cell extracts and cell cultures, in order to determine biomarkers of metabolic processes and metabolic pathway utilization What makes this instrument unique/special: Robotic sample handling for high throughput applications; Liquid chromatography front-end to facilitate identification of metabolites in complex mixtures
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