Special Issue "Metabolomics and Exposome"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2020.
Interests: metabolomics; lipidomics; mass spectrometry; chromatography; analytical workflows for metabolomics; exposome analysis
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The concept of the exposome was introduced to acknowledge the importance of both genes and the environment in health and disease. In its broadest sense, the exposome encompasses exposures from conception onwards that are derived from pollution, diet, lifestyle factors, infections, and metabolism. The exposome paradigm represents an omics-scale characterization of nongenetic contributions to an individual’s phenome, including products of the epigenome as well as the proteome, metabolome, and foreign DNA/RNA. While in its infancy, the field of exposomic science is rapidly expanding, and there is increasing understanding of the importance of including comprehensive environmental exposure assessments in investigating disease etiology. This Special Issue highlights the exposome as an emerging field. Specific areas include but are not limited to applications of high-resolution mass spectrometry, environmental exposure assessment, environment-wide association studies (EWAS), identification of biomarkers of exposure and susceptibility, data analysis and integration, statistical modeling, and general analytical methods for interrogating the exposome.
Prof. Dr. Tuulia Hyötyläinen
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Environmental health
- Exposure biology
- Mass spectrometry