We use stable isotopes to investigate complex biological and environmental processes from cells to humans and beyond to whole landscapes. We measure biologically and chemically driven changes in the natural abundance of isotopes (2H, 13C, 15N, 18O) at the molecular (compound-specific) level. We also measure labelled (enriched) substrates, exploiting isotope tracers in our research to probe multiple metabolic processes to provide mechanistic insight into complex biological systems including human health and disease.

Stable Isotope Biochemistry

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