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[11 may 2017 | No Comment | 1.751 views]

The collaboration between CEMBIO group and the group leaded by Prof. Dr. Jesús Argente from Hospital Niño Jesús (Madrid) has been awarded with the ‘Pediatric Endocrinology and Growth’ award for their work ‘Early onset metabolomic alterations in insulin resistant obese children‘. This study has revealed how three apparently independent processes (central carbon metabolism, inflammation and intestinal microflora) are implicated in the interaction between obesity and insulin resistance (the pre-diabetes stage).
Through the metabolomic approach we have been able to propose a set of compounds whose determination could be implemented in routine clinical …

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[31 jul 2014 | No Comment | 1.874 views]

It has been recently published in Metabolomics a study carried out by researchers from CEMBIO dealing with one of  the ‘hot topics’ in metabolomics: the type and use of quality control (QC) samples.

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[7 jul 2014 | No Comment | 1.393 views]

Emily Armitage has just published her first book entitled: “Correlation-based network analysis of cancer metabolism: A new systems biology approach in metabolomics”. More information…

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[11 abr 2014 | No Comment | 2.026 views]

Alma Villaseñor, M. Paz Lorenzo, Mariana Silva and Coral Barbas from CEMBIO, together with researchers from  National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Maryland Institute for Neuroscience and Development (MIND), USA have recently published their results on plasma metabolomic patterns from patients treated with ketamine for bipolar depression, and evidence for a response-related difference in mitochondrial networks.
The results indicate that the differences between patients who respond to ketamine and those who do not are due to alterations in the mitochondrial β-oxidation of fatty acids. These differences were not produced by ketamine …

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[17 feb 2014 | No Comment | 1.379 views]

Two recent publications from CEMBIO researchers highlight the wide range of possiblities of metabolomics for the research:
Research groups from five different countries have collaborated to investigate the microbial life in lake Medee, the largest deep-sea hypersaline anoxic lake. As mentioned by the authors, “These findings provide novel insights into how prokaryotic communities can adapt to salt-saturated conditions and sustain active metabolism at the thermodynamic edge of life”
On the other hand, in collaboration with clinical groups from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, CIBER de Enfermedades Respiratorias (CIBERES), and Hospital Universitario de Getafe, …