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Data Analysis and Chemometrics for Metabolomics

Brereton, Richard G.

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1. Auflage August 2024
432 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-63938-1
John Wiley & Sons

Understand new modes of analyzing metabolomic data

Metabolomics is the study of metabolites, small molecules and chemical substrates within cells or larger structures which collectively make up the metabolome. The field of metabolomics stands to benefit enormously from chemometrics, an approach which brings advanced statistical techniques to bear on data of this kind.

Data Analysis and Chemometrics for Metabolomics constitutes an accessible introduction to chemometric techniques and their applications in the field of metabolomics. Thoroughly and accessibly written by a leading expert in chemometrics, and printed in full-colour, it brings robust data analysis into conversation with the metabolomic field to the immense benefit of practitioners.

Data Analysis and Chemometrics for Metabolomics readers will also find:

* Statistical insights into the nature of metabolomic hypothesis testing, validation, and more

* All metabolomics data sets from the book on a companion website

* Case studies from human, animal, plant and bacterial biology

Data Analysis and Chemometrics for Metabolomics is ideal for practitioners in the life sciences, clinical sciencesand chemistry, as well as metabolomics researchers or developers of research instruments looking to apply cutting-edge analytical techniques and statisticians developing methods to design experiments and analyse large datasets of clinical and biological origin.

Richard Brereton, PhD, is Professor Emeritus at the University of Bristol, UK, and Director of Brereton Consultancy. He has published widely on chemometrics and related subjects, and serves as Editor-in-Chief for Heritage Science.

R. G. Brereton, University of Bristol, UK