Sweat metabolome and proteome: Recent trends in analytical advances and potential biological functions
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Journal of proteomics
Metabolome and proteome profiling of biofluids, e.g., urine, plasma, has generated vast and ever-increasing amounts of knowledge over the last few decades. Paradoxically, omics analyses of sweat, one of the most readily available human biofluids, have lagged behind. This review capitalizes on the current knowledge and state of the art analytical advances of sweat metabolomics and proteomics. Moreover, current applications of sweat omics such as the discovery of disease biomarkers and monitoring athletic performance are also presented in this review. Another area of emerging knowledge that has been highlighted herein lies in the role of skin host-microbiome interactions in shaping the sweat metabolite-protein profiles. Discussion of future research directions describes the need to have a better grasp of sweat chemicals and to better understand how they function as aided by advances in omics tools. Overall, the role of sweat as an information-rich biofluid that could complement the exploration of the skin metabolome/proteome is emphasized.
Farag, M. A.
Halboup, A. M.
(2021). Sweat metabolome and proteome: Recent trends in analytical advances and potential biological functions. Journal of proteomics, 246([not provided]), 104310–104310.
Farag, Mohamed, et al.
"Sweat metabolome and proteome: Recent trends in analytical advances and potential biological functions." Journal of proteomics, vol. 246,no. [not provided], 2021, pp. 104310–104310.