Metware Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
From targeted assays of specific metabolites to global metabolite profiling, Metware Biotechnology has developed services that can satisfy every project, all the while keeping the most important in mind: data quality. Not sure which services work for you? Contact us to speak with one of our specialists and let us help you design a metabolomics project suitable for your research and development.
What is Metabolomics?
What is Metabolomics?

The metabolome is the compendium of metabolites in a system. Metabolites are small chemical compounds, such as glucose, vitamins, and flavonoids, that are < 1200 Da. Many metabolites directly impact physiological traits. 

Following genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics, metabolomics is dubbed as the “Next Omics”. Metabolomics uses chromatography and mass spectrometry to identify and quantify metabolites from samples. Comparison between samples can identify metabolites that are significantly changed in different conditions. 

With the advancement of high-throughput instrumentation, metabolomics is gaining wider applications in biomedical research, agricultural research, drug discovery, and biomarker development. 

Featured Metabolomics Services
TM Widely-Targeted Metabolomics
Combining untargeted metabolomics and targeted metabolomics achieves the perfect combination of high resolution, wide coverage, high sensitivity and precise quantification.
T500 is a targeted-metabolomics method that are both extensive and accurate in identification and quantification of 540 disease-related metabolites.
Widely-Targeted Metabolomics for Plants
Widely-Targeted Metabolomics for Plants is an innovative metabolomics method that combines the benefits of untargeted metabolomics and targeted metabolomics to achieve high-throughput identification and quantification of wide variety of metabolites associated with plants. As part of our continual R&D, Metware's metabolite database (MWDB) now houses over 30,000 plant associated metabolites data to allow more extensive annotation and quantification from plant samples.
Metabolomics is propelling discoveries and transforming industries in life science, biotech, and pharmaceutical research and development. A partnership with Metware Biotechnology goes beyond data and reports. Our specialists accompanies you from design to discovery. Contact us to see how we can be a part of your solution.

Since 2015, Metware Biotechnology has been providing innovative and high quality metabolomics data and analytical services. We strive to be a leader in metabolomics technologies by developing our patented Widely-Targeted Metabolomics and our propreitary metabolite database using in-house standards. With over 4000 projects completed, we are well experienced in dealing with samples ranging from plants and animal tissues to enviornmental samples and everything in between. Working with Metware Biotechnology means you have all the metabolomics expertise supporting your research and development.

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Curated Metabolite Data In MWDB

Curated Metabolite Data In MWDB

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Disease Diagnosis and Medical Application of Metabolomics
Mar 08, 2023
Metabolomics is a newly developed discipline following genomics and proteomics and is an important component of systems biology. It has rapidly developed and penetrated into various fields such as dis...
Metabolomics for Plants – March Promo
Mar 01, 2023
Happy to announce a great deal for our clients working with plant samples! During one month only we offer more than 20% discount for the Widely-Targeted Metabolomics for Plants. For any plant sample (...
Applications of Untargeted Metabolomics
Mar 01, 2023
Non-targeted metabolomics is a research method that involves systematic and comprehensive analysis of the entire metabolome to obtain large amounts of metabolite data, and subsequently identify differ...
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