PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
What we offer
Gemini Biosciences offers both mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) and NMR-based metabolomics approach with high-quality reproducible results. One aspect of the service involves metabolite profiling and identification from various matrices using high-resolution mass spectrometry techniques.
When required by the client, the metabolomics analysis can include the quantitative analysis of changes in complex small-molecule metabolite mixtures in biological systems to identify mechanisms associated with responses to stimuli that could be chemical, physical or biological.
Applications of metabolomics analyses include:
Monitoring of drug metabolism and toxicity (including during clinical trials and post-approval surveillance
Metabolic profiling of in vivo and in vitro biological systems.
Gemini Biosciences uses the mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) or nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) - based metabolomics approach to analyze client samples. The approach used in any study will depend on the client's requirements and experimental strategy that will provide the best results for their project. We can perform untargeted or targeted metabolomics analyses on customer samples based on their needs.
Critical information on the formation of metabolites including, where appropriate, both Phase I and Phase II metabolism and comparison of drug metabolism routes in different species is available.
Metabolomics studies carried out by Gemini Biosciences are undertaken as 'collaborative endeavours' and include support with experimental design, sample preparation, data acquisition, data processing, and statistical analysis according to the client's requirements. We believe that only through collaboration and communication throughout a metabolomics or metabolite identification/profiling study can the greatest success of the project be obtained.
Contact us to discuss your project and requirements and for details of our process and a quote. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you require any of our other research services including proteomics, transcriptomics, etc.