University of Cambridge, NIHR BCR Metabolomics and Lipidomics Facility
Q: WHAT IS THE FOCUS OF YOUR LAB’S RESEARCH?
A: Almost exclusively high throughput lipid profiling of samples from large epidemiological studies, where we study gene-lifestyle interactions. The method works with plasma samples as well as dried blood spots. The method is also applied to small-scale studies of specific disease groups, dietary interventions and model systems such as yeast. The TriVersa NanoMate is also used to study the lipid composition of tissues analyzed by LESA.
Q: WHY DID YOU INCORPORATE THE TriVersaNanoMate INTO YOUR LABORATORY?
A: The TriVersa NanoMate is essential to efficiently analyze large-scale studies. It offers a really robust method for high throughput studies with minimal carryover.
Q: WHO WOULD YOU RECOMMEND TO PURCHASE THE TriVersa NanoMate?
A: I recommend the TriVersa NanoMate to laboratories with a large number of samples requiring a robust and reliable delivery system. The TriVersa NanoMate eliminates typical nanoelectrospray ionization challenges.
Q: DO YOU HAVE ANY PUBLICATIONS OR PRESENTATIONS USING THE TriVersa NanoMate?
A: Koulman, A.; Prentice, P.; Wong, M.C.Y.; Matthews, L.; Bond, N.J.; Eiden, M.; Griffin, J.L.; Dunger, D.B., The development and validation of a fast and robust dried blood spot based lipid profiling method to study infant metabolism, Metabolomics 2014.