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Based on all the test results and the metabolites present, the doctors speculated that the baby had eaten cannabis in the previous two to six days, with inflammation developing in that time.
The feed was found to be contaminated with a type of mold called Aspergillus flavus, whose poisonous metabolites came to be known as aflatoxins.
The MasSpec Pen works by analyzing metabolites, small molecules produced by all cells.
Testing the breath for metabolites doesn’t require the tumours to have started shedding DNA.
Such metabolites can be found months after a marijuana high has worn off.
In addition, there was zolpidem, a sedative prescribed for insomnia, as well as metabolites of alprazolam and of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.
Human sweat contains many different metabolites, including lactate, amino acids and fats, as well as sodium.
Included in the data clouds are their full genome sequences; blood, saliva, urine, and stool samples taken every 3 months that measured levels of 643 metabolites and 262 proteins; and physical activity and sleep monitoring.
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