Quantitative Analysis of Carbohydrates

Targeted metabolomics

Metabolic Flux Analysis

Quantitative Analysis of Energy Metabolism

Quantitative Analysis of Short-Chain Fatty Acids

Quantitative Analysis of Fatty Acids

Quantitative Analysis of Bile Acids

uantitative Analysis of Trimethylamine Oxide and Related Metabolites

Quantitative Analysis of Amino Acids

Quantitative Analysis of Neurotransmitters

Quantitative Analysis of Organic Acids

Quantitative Analysis of Flavonoids

Quantitative Analysis of Carbohydrates

Quantitative Analysis of Plant Hormones

Quantitative Analysis of Carotenoids

Quantitative Analysis of Tannins

Quantitative Analysis of Phenolic Acids

Quantitative Analysis of Anthocyanins

Quantitative Analysis of Vitamins

Quantitative Analysis of Arachidonic Acids

Quantitative Analysis of Carbohydrates

The chemical nature of sugars is polyhydroxy aldehyde or polyhydroxy ketone and its derivatives, which can be divided into monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides. The main functions of sugar in the human body: (1) As an energy substance, under normal circumstances, 70% of the energy required by the human body comes from the oxidation of sugar. (2) As structural components, glycoproteins and glycolipids are important components of cell membranes, and proteoglycans are structural components of connective tissues such as cartilage and bone. (3) Participate in the formation of biologically active substances, including sugars in nucleic acids, plasma proteins with transport functions, and antibodies with immune functions. Most membrane proteins recognized and transported are glycoproteins, as are many enzymes and hormones. (4) As a carbon source for the synthesis of other biomolecules, sugar can be used to synthesize substances such as lipids and amino acids.

Application Fields

Glucose metabolism regulatory pathway

Medicine inhibitor

Quality of plant fruit


Abiotic stress

Plant growth and development regulation

Carbohydrate bioactivity

Food industry

Sample Requirements

Case Analysis

Metabolic Profiles of Moso Bamboo in Response to Drought Stress in a Field Investigation

Journal: Science of the Total Environment       Impact factor: 6.551 Published date: June, 2020       Published by: Chinese Academy of Forestry

Research Background

n increasing number of moso bamboo habitats are suffering severe drought events. The improvement in our understanding of the mechanisms of drought-resistance in moso bamboo benefits their genetic improvement and maintenance of forest sustainability.

Research Method

Here, we investigated the metabolic changes across the annual growth cycle of moso bamboo in the field under drought stress using liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry (LC-MS) based on untargeted metabolomic profiling

Figure 1 Changes of metabolite under drought stress

Figure 2 Bubble plots of D3 vs CK3, D6 vs K6, D9 vs CK9 showing enrichment of metabolites in affected pathways


The metabolic information provides new insights into the biochemical pathway underlying stress tolerance in bamboo plant.


Tong Ran,Zhou Benzhi,Cao Yonghui et al. Metabolic profiles of moso bamboo in response to drought stress in a field investigation.[J] .Sci. Total Environ., 2020, 720: 137722

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