BioISI Mass Spectrometry Facility is a research infrastructure for mass spectrometry analyses integrated in the FCUL campus.
BioISI Mass Spectrometry Facility major functions concern the fields of metabolomics and small molecules identification. It works as a service provider (academic environment and industry) for sample analysis through UPLC-MS/MS (QToF) and/or FIA (flow injection analysis).
Major Projects Running:
Screening, identification and quantification of several compounds, in the filed of food chemistry (e.g. algae, cholesterol).
Effect of algae compounds in cells metabolomics (different processes of extraction).
Analysis of the degradation process of several compounds, in the field of the environmental chemistry.
Quantification of several compounds, in waters.
Screening and identification of several compounds throughout the fermentation process of wine samples (wine metabolomics).
Screening of several compounds, in the field of forensic chemistry.
Cell metabolomics under the effect of natural compounds
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