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1-Apr-2012Metabotyping of Long-Lived Mice using H-1 NMR SpectroscopyWijeyesekera, A; Selman, C; Barton, RH; Holmes, E; Nicholson, JK, et al
28-Feb-2017Optimization and Application of Direct Infusion Nanoelectrospray HRMS Method for Large-Scale Urinary Metabolic Phenotyping in Molecular EpidemiologyChekmeneva, E; Correia, GDS; Chan, Q; Wijeyesekera, A; Tin, A, et al
11-Mar-2017Integrated systems biology to study non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in obese womenHoyles, L; Fernández-Real, JM; Federici, M; Serino, M; Azalbert, V, et al
22-Dec-2016Metabolic phenotyping for discovery of urinary biomarkers of diet, xenobiotics and blood pressure in the INTERMAP Study: An overviewChan, Q; Loo, RL; Ebbels, TMD; Van Horn, L; Daviglus, ML, et al
27-Jun-2017Integrated systems biology to study non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in obese womenHoyles, L; Fernández-Real, JM; Federici, M; Serino, M; Azalbert, V, et al
28-May-2015Development of nanoelectrospray high resolution isotope dilution mass spectrometry for targeted quantitative analysis of urinary metabolites: application to population profiling and clinical studiesChekmeneva, E; Correia, G; Denes, J; Gomez-Romero, M; Wijeyesekera, A, et al
1-Jul-2018Molecular phenomics and metagenomics of hepatic steatosis in non-diabetic obese womenHoyles, L; Fernández-Real, JM; Federici, M; Serino, M; Abbott, J, et al
1-Aug-2015The promise of metabolic phenotyping in gastroenterology and hepatologyHolmes, E; Wijeyesekera, A; Taylor-Robinson, SD; Nicholson, JK; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust- BRC Funding, et al
11-Apr-2016An optimized sample handling strategy for metabolic profiling of human fecesGratton, J; Phetcharaburanin, J; Mullish, BH; Williams, HRT; Thursz, M, et al
1-May-201824 - A novel route to controlling Clostridioides Difficile growth via short chain fatty acid and bile acid modulationMcDonald, JAK; Mullish, BH; Pechlivanis, A; Li, JV; Nicholson, JK, et al