Researchers said the protective metabolites
include protein-building amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids, which are easily obtained by diets high in fish and olive oil, such as the Mediterranean diet.
A PubMed search reveals that "postbiotics" (8,9) and "postbiotic metabolites
" (10) are terms that are used with increasing frequency in the title of scientific studies.
The study found 27 new metabolites
associated with arterial stiffness.
The hike seen in the metabolites
associated with this process means that the mitochondria, the fabled powerhouses of the cell, are thrust into overdrive.
They explain that this might help explain how fasting extends lifespan in rats.In all four subjects, the researchers identified 44 metabolites
that increased during fasting, some of which increased 60-fold.
Multiple peaks from mixed samples present all the detected metabolites
, and each spectrum peak represents a detected metabolite
Optimization of cultural conditions for improved production and bioactive metabolites
by Aspergillus niger (MTCC-961).
Conclusion: Secondary metabolites
of both fungi contained some biologically active compounds.
The ToxBox[R] THC/THC Metabolite
Pack is designed to be used in a specialized 48-well plate system as a three-step workflow process for increased efficiency and sample throughput.
After labeling with [sup.12]C/[sup.13]C-dansyl chloride, the labeled metabolites
were quantified by LC-UV  to control the amount of sample used for metabolome comparison.
For every disease or phenotypic changes, some metabolites
are upregulated and/or some are downregulated from standard within a cell.
When fed to standard stem cell cultures, these molecules (mostly lipid and cholesterol metabolites
) were then found to guide stem cells to generate desired cell types.