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Ex vivo and in vivo stable isotope labelling of central carbon metabolism and related pathways with analysis by LC-MS/MS

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Ex vivo and in vivo stable isotope labelling of central carbon metabolism and related pathways with analysis by LC-MS/MS

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Ex vivo and in vivo stable isotope labelling of central carbon metabolism and related pathways with analysis by LC-MS/MS

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Ex vivo and in vivo stable isotope labelling of central carbon metabolism and related pathways with analysis by LC-MS/MS

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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Nature protocols, 2019, Vol.14 (2), p.313-330

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English

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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Targeted tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) has been extremely useful for profiling small molecules extracted from biological sources, such as cells, bodily fluids and tissues. Here, we present a protocol for analysing incorporation of the non-radioactive stable isotopes carbon-13 (
C) and nitrogen-15 (
N) into polar metabolites in central c...

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Ex vivo and in vivo stable isotope labelling of central carbon metabolism and related pathways with analysis by LC-MS/MS

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1754-2189

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1750-2799

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10.1038/s41596-018-0102-x

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