Bioplatforms Australia’s metabolomics partners provide state-of-the-art metabolomics capabilities including sophisticated analytical facilities and expertise as well as high-throughput bioinformatic solutions for advanced data analysis.
The capability breadth extends to the biotechnology, environmental, agriculture, food and beverage, biomedical and diagnostics science sectors. A wide range of customised services are offered from specific detection and quantification services, through to complex investigations and systems wide analyses in biological systems. Coupled with the latest bioinformatic tools and techniques for data mining, analysis and interpretation and keeping pace with emerging trends, the capability supports innovation and the delivery of high quality outcomes.
Bioplatforms Australia’s metabolomics nodes operate as Metabolomics Australia and include The University of Melbourne’s School of Biosciences and the Bio21 Institute, The Australian Wine and Research Institute in Adelaide, Murdoch University and University of Western Australia in Perth and the University of Queensland in Brisbane. These nodes possess synergistic technologies and expertise enabling a broad range of services to researchers and collaborators. For more information, please visit www.metabolomics.net.au.
Metabolomics Capability Matrix
|Capability||University of Melbourne, School of Botany and Bio21
|The Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), UQ
|Biodefence & Infectious Diseases||–|
|Education & Training Accreditation for Metabolomic Services||–||–|
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