Metabolite libraries make it simple to locate hundreds of metabolites in metabolomics testing and analysis, most commonly in metabolite qualification and quantification for MS and NMR, functional cellular assays and phenotypic screening. We offer small molecule metabolite libraries and kits with a broad spectrum of primary metabolite compounds covering key metabolic pathways, including Glycolysis/Gluconeogenesis, Pentose Phosphate, TCA Cycle, and Urea Cycle. Compounds are supplied in economical, ready-to-use formats for manual and automated workflows for your convenience.
We supply IROA Technologies plated metabolite libraries of small biochemical molecules that span a broad range of primary metabolism for your mass spectrometry metabolomics applications.
These high purity (>95%) compounds are conveniently supplied in seven polypropylene racks of 96-well plates with 5μg dried weight per well, to be used be used as standards and injected individually, or pooled to allow multiple mixtures to be analyzed per injection. These kits include a plate map, a user manual, and the MLSDiscovery™ software tool for data extraction, manipulation and storage to support in building internal libraries.
Individual plate compounds can also be ordered separately to better fulfill your research needs.
TruQuant IQQ is a sophisticated quantitation system for simultaneous accurate biological measurements on several hundred biochemicals for small quantities of biological samples. The TruQuant IQQ workflow kit provides a software solution together with a set of complex internal standards for over 500 compounds that deal with ionization inefficiencies/matrix effects to provide suppression-corrected data, complete cross-platform quantitative reproducibility, validated compound identification, and continuous instrument QA/QC.
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