Using Testing Options

Amino Acids Analysis

Amino acids and their derivatives are key-role metabolites, as they are the building blocks of proteins and act as precursor compounds for the biosynthesis of neurotransmitters, hormones, phosphoglycerols, glycolipids and nucleic acids.

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Organic Acid Analysis

Organic acids are involved, as intermediates, in  numerous intracellular metabolic pathways, such as the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle, glycolysis, amino acid metabolism, and the metabolism of purines, pyrimidines, cholesterol, and fatty acids.

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Metabolomics aims at the analysis of the whole small molecule (metabolite) complement of a sample in order to relate metabolite levels with certain characteristics or properties of the sample.

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and numerous other fit for purpose analyses: amines, saccharides, nucleosides. Please enquire for a list.


Urine metabolomics-based analyses can offer an important readout of the metabolic status of an individual. It is considered a valuable source of information regarding kidneys’ and other organs function.

Urine was always a matrix of choice for analysis and lately for metabolomics-based analysis and biomarker discovery, as it has a considerable value as a diagnostic biofluid. Since urine is not subject to homeostatic mechanisms larger fluctuations can be observed in urine rather than in blood, better reflecting the changes in human body. In addition such changes in metabolic patterns reflect the biochemistry whereabouts of a longer time frame in contrast to blood analysis which represents a more accurate snapshot of biochemistry at the time of blood collection.

Real-time metabolic phenotyping, through urine analysis, could provide a quantitative fingerprint of metabolic health,  as well as important information regarding toxins, drugs, and pathogens exposure.

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ThetaBiomarkers’ urine analysis methodologies offer comprehensive analysis of amino acids, amino acids derivatives and organic acids.

Results can be combined with other ThetaBiomarkers’ services for maximal insights. Export data is quantitative, enabling  accurate health monitoring and evaluation and nutritional advices. 

Analytical methods (UPLC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS) employ isotopically labeled internal standards and have been fully validated extensively.