The role of metabolomics in determination of new dietary biomarkers

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Title: The role of metabolomics in determination of new dietary biomarkers
Authors: O'Gorman, Aoife
Brennan, Lorraine
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/9148
Date: 16-Jan-2017
Abstract: Traditional methods for the assessment of dietary intake are prone to error; in order to improve and enhance these methods increasing interest in the identification of dietary biomarkers has materialised. Metabolomics has emerged as a key tool in the area of dietary biomarker discovery and to date the use of metabolomics has identified a number of putative biomarkers. Applications to identify novel biomarkers of intake have in general taken three approaches: (1) specific acute intervention studies to identify specific biomarkers of intake; (2) searching for biomarkers in cohort studies by correlating to self-reported intake of a specific food/food group(s); (3) analysing dietary patterns in conjunction with metabolomic profiles to identify biomarkers and nutritypes. A number of analytical technologies are employed in metabolomics as currently there is no single technique capable of measuring the entire metabolome. These approaches each have their own advantages and disadvantages. The present review will provide an overview of current technologies and applications of metabolomics in the determination of new dietary biomarkers. In addition, it will address some of the current challenges in the field and future outlooks.
Funding Details: European Research Council
Science Foundation Ireland
Type of material: Journal Article
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Journal: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
Volume: 76
Issue: 3
Start page: 295
End page: 302
Copyright (published version): 2017 the Authors
Keywords: MetabolomicsDietary intakeBiomarkersNutrition
DOI: 10.1017/S0029665116002974
Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Appears in Collections:Institute of Food and Health Research Collection
Agriculture and Food Science Research Collection

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