A living organism is a biochemically unique system, and its vital functions can be investigated using analytical measurements. Characteristic chromatographic or electrophoretic profiles of biologically active substances have been the objects of active biomedical research for more than 15 years because of the possibility of rapidly obtaining diagnostically important information. In this review, targeted and untargeted metabolomic studies performed by chromatography and capillary electrophoresis are considered.
- chromatographic and electrophoretic profiles
- Biologically active substances
- targeted and untargeted metabolomic research
- metabolic profiling