The Nutrient and Phytochemical Analytic Shared Resource (NPASR) provides the OSUCCC – James and other investigators with expert bioanalytical method development and quantitative analysis. The NPASR will support development of methods and techniques to quantitatively determine nutrients and phytochemicals in foodstuffs as well as identification of these compounds and respective metabolites in biological samples from both human clinical trials and animal model investigations.
The NPASR personnel are specialists in the field of analytical chemistry, concentrating their expertise in examining the bioavailability, metabolism and physiological significance of carotenoids, isothiocyanates, isoflavones and other phytochemicals.
NPASR is capable of developing analytical methods for a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) environment.
Primary goals of NPASR are to provide investigators with expert, leading-edge bioanalytical method development and quantitative analysis of nutrients and phytochemicals in foodstuffs and their metabolites in biological samples and an enhanced understanding of the role of dietary compounds in cancer prevention and control.
Nutrient and phytochemical compound, metabolite identification by mass spectrometry, method development
Bioanalytical method development and validation
Vitamin D status (25-hydroxy D2 and D3)
Nutrient and Phytochemical Analytics Shared Resource (NPASR) has not received any reviews.
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