Animal Nutrition Research Metabolomics Services
The complexity of the nutritional composition of feeds has made the study of the effect of new feeds on the whole animal and the mechanism of action a bottleneck limiting the development of animal nutrition and feed research. Metabolomics research objects are the end products of gene expression in biological organisms, which can reflect the overall changes and physiological characteristics of the organism more directly, sensitively and accurately, thus making the in-depth study of complex organisms or biological processes possible.
Creative Proteomics has established a metabolomics research platform and research strategy to continuously refine assays and statistical methods according to the research targets and goals. We provide one-stop metabolomics solutions to comprehensively analyze metabolites and their related metabolic pathways, reflecting changes in nutritional metabolism, nutritional status of biological organisms, and the extent of development of some diseases, etc.
Metabolomics analysis services can be applied to animal nutrition research:
- Study of feed nutrient metabolism and regulation mechanism
Study nutrient metabolic pathways, dynamic metabolic processes and metabolic networks to comprehensively, rapidly and accurately reflect the change process of all small molecule metabolites after feed is digested by animals, and qualitatively quantify the kinetic changes of these substances in animals, so as to reveal the mechanism of their regulatory effects and nutrient metabolic mechanisms
Constructing assessment models with metabolomics approach enables the collection and analysis of a large amount of repetitive data. Metabolic changes in animals caused by changes in animal feed and feeding environment conditions, types and amounts of nutrient supply, and animal feeding management can be systematically compared by metabolite differences and metabolic mechanism analysis using metabolomics methods.
In addition, metabolomics can examine the appropriate supply of nutrients, reveal the metabolic mechanism of nutrients, and analyze the mechanism related to the harm caused by nutrient deficiency or excess according to the type, function and pathway of action of the metabolites of the body.
- Nutritional evaluation of feeds or additives
Systematic evaluation of metabolites contained in feeds or additives and their effects on animal digestion and metabolism, evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of feeds and additives, analyzing their beneficial active ingredients and assessing their feeding effects.
- Detection and control of feed quality and safety
To comprehensively and accurately determine the biomarkers and specific metabolic profiles of harmful factors in feeds, to establish the quantitative-effect relationships between biomarkers and harmful factors and to establish detection standards.
- Research on the evaluation and monitoring of the nutritional status of animals, diagnosis and pathogenesis of nutritional metabolic diseases
To comprehensively and dynamically analyze the nutritional status of animals, and to scientifically describe, evaluate and monitor this process in order to timely detect and predict the hidden danger of nutritional metabolic diseases in animals, to solve the impact of such diseases on animal production as early as possible, and to avoid risks to the greatest extent possible. Screening of animals suffering from nutritional metabolic diseases for specific marker metabolites and in-depth study of their pathogenesis patterns.
The Process for Metabolomics Analysis Services
Technology Platform for Metabolomics Analysis
Multiple analytical platforms, including GC-MS, LC-MS, UPLC-MS.
|GC (Q Exactive) (- mode MS)|
HPLC: HILIC (+/- mode MS)
HPLC: RP C18 (+/-mode MS)
IC (- mode MS)
|Q Exactive MS|
Orbitrap Tribrid MS
Creative Proteomics is a good partner in the agriculture field and has extensive experience in metabolomic analysis. We provide metabolomics solutions for animal nutrition research to accelerate the exploration of new scientific horizons. If you would like to learn more, please contact us. We look forward to working with you.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.