Yoshida R, et al. (2010) Metabolomics-based systematic prediction of yeast lifespan and its application for semi-rational screening of ageing-related mutants. Aging Cell 9(4):616-25
Abstract: Summary Metabolomics - the comprehensive analysis of metabolites - was recently used to classify yeast mutants with no overt phenotype using raw data as metabolic fingerprints or footprints. In the present study, we demonstrate the estimation of a complicated phenotype, longevity, and semi-rational screening for relevant mutants using metabolic profiles as strain-specific fingerprints. The fingerprints used in our experiments are profiled data consisting of individually identified and quantified metabolites rather than raw spectrum data. We chose yeast replicative lifespan as a model phenotype. Several yeast mutants that affect lifespan were selected for analysis, and they were subjected to metabolic profiling using mass spectrometry. Fingerprinting based on the profiles revealed a correlation between lifespan and metabolic profile. Amino acids and nucleotide derivatives were the main contributors to this correlation. Furthermore, we established a multivariate model to predict lifespan from a metabolic profile. The model facilitated the identification of putative longevity mutants. The present work represents a novel approach to evaluate and screen complicated and quantitative phenotype by means of metabolomics.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 20550517|
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