TNO study ADMIT first human study published via PLOS One accepted Phenotype database

DTL’s partner TNO has been involved in several multi-omics studies and is data manager of several (European) projects, such as the ADMIT study on the assessment of the dietary modulation of inflammatory tone. In this study TNO combines proteomics and metabolomics data with clinical parameters.

The Phenotype database was developed for combined data analysis and data storage, and was recently accepted by PLOS One for publication of study data. ADMIT is the first human study to be published via this system and can be accessed on the nutritional instance of the Phenotype database.


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