Transomic analysis of blood glucose regulation system

Data-driven Biology ・ Assistant Professor ・ Toshiya Kokaji

Glucose is an essential nutrient for life, and the body has a system that maintains a constant blood glucose level (blood glucose level) in any environment. This system is a systemic biomolecular network, and the whole picture is still unclear. Transomic analysis is a method to construct a large-scale molecular network by combining multiple omic analyses. In this paper, we introduce the complexity of the regulatory system in our body through the large-scale blood glucose regulatory network constructed by transomic analysis.


Figure 1 Schematic of transomic analysis (left) and glucose-responsive transomic network of mouse liver (right)

Toshiya Kokaji NAIST Edge BIO, e0021. (2024).

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