Considerations for peripheral blood transport and storage during large-scale multicentre metabolome research

James L. Alexander, Nicola J. Wyatt, Stephane Camuzeaux, Elena Chekmeneva, Beatriz Jimenez, Caroline J. Sands, Hannah Fuller, Panteleimon Takis, Tariq Ahmad, Jennifer A. Doyle, Ailsa Hart, Peter M. Irving, Nicholas A. Kennedy, Charlie W. Lees, James O. Lindsay, Rebecca E. McIntyre, Miles Parkes, Natalie J. Prescott, Tim Raine, Jack SatsangiRichard Alexander Speight, Luke Jostins-Dean, Nick Powell, Julian R. Marchesi, Christopher J. Stewart, Christopher A. Lamb*

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Abstract

We read with interest the multiomic studies by Kong et al and Chen et al examining gut microbiome-metabolome interactions and potential diagnostic and classification biomarkers in colorectal cancer.1 2 Large-scale, multicentre, multisample, longitudinal studies are imperative to understand complex relationships between the metabolome and digestive diseases.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbergutjnl-2022-329297
Pages (from-to)379-383
Number of pages5
JournalGut
Volume73
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Feb 2023

Keywords

  • BILE ACID METABOLISM
  • GLUCOSE METABOLISM
  • LIPID METABOLISM

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