Mitochondrial PCA Analysis

Creative Biogene uses professional software to extract the ion peaks of metabolites, and normalize and analyze the peaks by PCA to obtain stable and reliable test results. Our PCA can reflect the degree of variability between and within groups and the biological differences between samples as a whole.

Principal component analysis (PCA) is a linear combination of all the metabolites originally identified to form a new group of comprehensive variables. At the same time, 2-3 comprehensive variables are selected according to the problems analyzed to make them reflect the information of the original variables as much as possible, to achieve the purpose of dimensionality reduction. The PCA on metabolites can reflect the degree of variation between and within groups as a whole. PCA of population samples observes the overall distribution trend among all groups of samples, finds out the possible discrete samples, and comprehensively considers various factors (sample number, sample precious degree, discrete degree) to determine whether the discrete points are removed or not.

Creative Biogene uses XCMS software to extract the ion peaks of metabolites. The peaks extracted from experimental samples and QC samples are normalized and analyzed by PCA, and the experimental results with good stability and reliable data are obtained. The differences in the metabolic spectrum obtained in the experiment can reflect the biological differences among samples.

General Strategy

Creative Biogene always provides you with customized services for mitochondrial research, and our one-stop research and analysis platform can meet all your research needs.

Our Advantages

  • Rich experience in the PCA analysis
  • Outstanding research team
  • Unique integrated service for mitochondrial research
  • Reliable data and results
  • Rapid turnaround and cost-effective

Creative Biogene has the most professional team to serve customers around the world. If you have any questions about the content of this service, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to your contact.


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