On Thursday, November 24 from 16:00 to 17.30 CET we have our next online seminar
Metabolic reaction rates, or fluxes, provide an indirect measure of in vivo enzymatic activities and can be studied through various approaches. Besides the implications for metabolomics, fluxomics can be used in industrial biotechnology, metabolic or protein engineering, nutritional systems biology, toxicology, precision agriculture and crop improvements. Furthermore, the pathophysiological mechanisms of complex as well as rare metabolic disorders can be investigated using fluxomics approaches.
This seminar will feature three experts presenting their work on fluxomics; find their detailed abstracts on the NMC website here.
During this seminar, three experts will present their work on fluxomics:
* Ronan M.T. Fleming (VLUMC, NL & University of Galway, Galway, IR)
"Conserved moiety fluxomics"
He will present his work on conserved moiety fluxomics, a novel and efficient method to infer metabolic reaction flux at genome-scale.
* Bart Ghesquière (KU Leuven Center for Cancer Biology, BE)
We present here a series of tools that will aid in the complex interpretation and visualization of the tracer metabolomics data
as well as its application to oxphos disorders and the consequent development of novel treatment strategies.
* Jorn Trommelen (Maastricht University, NL)
"Post-prandial protein handling: ’You are what you eat"
** Please register here (free of charge) and we will provide you with ZOOM link to participate in the seminar **