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Nature Biomedical Engineering (2023)
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We developed an at-home microsampling approach that measures thousands of metabolites, lipids and proteins in small volumes of blood. Dense multi-omic sampling generates a ‘molecular movie’ that integrates with data from wearables to reveal new insights into the dynamics of human physiology.
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This is a summary of: Shen, X. et al. Multi-omics microsampling for the profiling of lifestyle-associated changes in health. Nat. Biomed. Eng. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41551-022-00999-8 (2023).
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