Imperial College, Waters, Bruker, Developing Real-Time Metabolic Profiling of Surgical Patients | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

Researchers at Imperial College London are partnering with Waters and Bruker Biospin on a Surgical Metabonomics Laboratory designed to provide surgeons with real-time patient information.

The laboratory, part of a broad effort led by Imperial College professor and surgeon Ara Darzi and Jeremy Nicholson, head of the college's Department of Surgery and Cancer, is being developed to have a patient's metabonomic data available to the surgeon throughout the procedure.

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