The GutFlora Omics Platform belongs to Creative Proteomics. With more than 10 years of experience in providing advanced multi-omics services, GutFlora Omics offers services and support to customers through comprehensive gut microbiota research solutions. Creative Proteomics released a comprehensive Raman spectrometry-based metabolomic analysis service to assist with your gut microbiota metabolomics research. The microorganisms living in the human intestine form a complex community, which has a wide range of effects on human health. Multi-omics technology provides researchers with a variety of methods to study various aspects of the gut microbiota, such as taxonomy, phylogeny, and metabolic pathways. The focus on metabolomics has led to many discoveries about microbial function and provides a direct view of the interaction between the gut microbiota and the host. Many technical methods and instruments can be used to study metabolism. Raman spectroscopy especially plays an important role in the analysis of molecular structure and content. It is increasingly used to study the cell structure, chemical composition and metabolic process of microorganisms. Raman spectroscopy is a physicochemical technique for quickly identifying microorganisms based on their phenotypes. It generates characteristic spectral fingerprints and allows non-destructive testing of individual microorganism cells or mixtures of microorganisms. It provides quantitative and qualitative information, which can be used to characterize, distinguish and identify microorganisms. In Raman spectroscopy detection, the Raman database needs to consider all relevant environmental factors or physiological conditions, so as to be able to identify microorganisms in the environment or patient samples. “Raman spectroscopy is currently a popular technique, which has the advantages of being fast, non-invasive, reproducible, compatibility with various sample characteristics, and rich information generation, making it an effective choice for supplementing microorganisms and biomolecular methods. We provide one-stop Raman spectroscopy services, from basic spectral fingerprint identification to joint research, including combining Raman spectroscopy with extensive statistical analysis to identify (non-) pathogenic microorganisms of different classification levels, and through stable isotope detection to clarify microbial interactions.” Commented Creative Proteomics's product manager. “Creative Proteomics is committed to providing the highest level of service for gut microbiota research. Customized experimental design and analysis will provide effective solutions for your research and ensure high-quality reports. We will arrange experienced scientists to provide you with professional gut flora simulation and related research strategies. ” He added. More information can be reached at About Creative Proteomics GutFlora Omics The GutFlora Omics platform, an important division of Creative Proteomics, is dedicated to solving complex problems in gut microbiology research through Multi-Omics Technologies. The GutFlora Omics platform can not only provide customers with multi-omics services and bioinformatics analysis, but also seek solutions based on these technologies on the basis of exploring diseases, drug development, and many other aspects.