New Metabolomics Service Launch on Orbitrap Exploris 120 Mass Spectrometer

New Metabolomics Service Launch – Introductory Seminar

Topic: Stable Isotope based Metabolic Flux Analysis Using High-Resolution Accurate Mass Spectrometer

Date: 17 Oct 2023 (Tuesday)

Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Venue: Seminar Room 1A, G/F, HKJCB, 5 Sassoon Road

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Seminar overview

Metabolic flux analysis, a significant cell physiology experiment, studies metabolite flow within biological systems to understand cellular metabolism and regulation. The stable-isotope tracing technique, primarily using a 13C-tracer, is a popular MS-based metabolomics method. Other tracers like 15N- or 2H- are also employed based on experimental goals.

We are delighted to introduce a NEW metabolomics service on metabolic flux analysis using Vanquish UHPLC system (LC) coupled to a high-resolution accurate mass spectrometer (HRAM) Orbitrap Exploris 120 MS, which can detect the above-mentioned isotopes from selected metabolic pathways.

Come attend the introductory seminar to hear from our service scientist about the new service, the latest updates and much more.

Key features:

  • First-hand experience of our internal demo data on selected metabolic pathways.
  • Customized pathways method development is possible. 
  • Sample type and requirements: Cell lysate (≥5M cells), plasma/serum (≥100ul) & tissues (≥50mg), analyte dependent.
  • MS runs for positive and/or negative scan are available.

Prior registration is required. For further service enquiries, please contact us at 2831 5482 or