[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LE170100021]
Researchers A/Prof Robert Trengove; Prof David Broadhurst; Prof Jonathan Carapetis; Prof David Sampson; Prof Peter Leedman; Prof Andrew Millar; Prof Kingsley Dixon; Prof Sarah Kenderdine; Prof Caroline Rae; Prof John Mamo; Prof John Pluske; Prof Merrilee Needham; Prof Jeremy Nicholson; Prof Robert Plumb; Prof Elaine Holmes
Brief description This project aims to establish a centre for targeted and exploratory metabolic phenotyping. Metabolic phenotyping quantitatively measures the precursors, intermediates and products of metabolism interacting within a biological system. This project will use high-resolution spectrometry and spectroscopy to generate comprehensive, multi-parameter metabolite data sets for biological samples at the population level, at unprecedented throughput and low cost, to address biological and biomedical research needs. This project is expected to make Australian scientists globally competitive in the life sciences including biological, clinical and biomedical, plant and crop sciences, analytical chemistry, toxicology, agriculture, wildlife conservation and sports science, and to drive advances in the data sciences for systems biology.
Funding Amount 2168000
Funding Scheme Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities