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Cover Story (view full-size image): Adductomics studies represent effective tools for providing additional insights into how exposure to exogenous and endogenous reactive metabolites can underlie disease mechanisms. This special issue is focused not only on summarizing the mass spectrometry-based analytical methodologies used for DNA, protein, and mercapturic acid adductomics tools but also on highlighting the opportunities and challenges for the application of this type of studies in biomedical research. View this paper.
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Special Issue “Adductomics: Elucidating the Environmental Causes of Disease”
High-Throughput 2019, 8(3), 17; https://doi.org/10.3390/ht8030017 - 31 Jul 2019
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Adductomics studies represent effective tools for providing additional insights into how exposure to reactive metabolites can underlie disease mechanisms. This special issue is focused not only on summarizing the analytical methodologies used for DNA, protein, and mercapturic acid adductomics tools but also on [...] Read more.
Adductomics studies represent effective tools for providing additional insights into how exposure to reactive metabolites can underlie disease mechanisms. This special issue is focused not only on summarizing the analytical methodologies used for DNA, protein, and mercapturic acid adductomics tools but also on highlighting the opportunities and challenges for the application of this type of studies in biomedical research. Full article
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