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    Chlorophyll c1 Analysis Service

      Chlorophyll is a pigment present in all green plants and blue-green bacteria that is integral to photosynthesis. Chlorophyll drives the process of photosynthesis by absorbing light energy and converting it into chemical energy. Chlorophyll c1 is a member of the chlorophyll family and is primarily found in certain algae and heterotrophic bacteria. However, the exact role of chlorophyll c1 and its involvement in disease onset and progression are still not completely understood. Therefore, accurate and reproducible analysis of chlorophyll c1 is key in studying its biological functions and mechanisms of action.



      Figure1. Chlorophyll c1 Molecular Structure


      Services at MtoZ Biolabs


      At MtoZ Biolabs, we offer a comprehensive chlorophyll c1 analysis service using advanced Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) technology that can be used to identify and quantify chlorophyll c1 in samples. Our platform has high sensitivity and specificity and can accurately detect and quantify trace amounts of chlorophyll c1 in complex samples.



      Figure2. Chlorophyll c1 Analysis Workflow




      • Biological research: Identify and study the distribution and metabolism of chlorophyll c1 in organisms, as well as its role in physiological and pathological processes.
      • Environmental monitoring: By analyzing chlorophyll c1 in water or soil samples, it can be used to assess the biological productivity and health of the environment.
      • Food and Nutrition: Evaluate the content of chlorophyll c1 in food, feed, and nutritional supplements to ensure their quality and safety.
      • Drug research and development: Conduct pharmacological activity studies on chlorophyll c1, looking for new drug development targets.


      Sample Submission Requirements


      1. Sample type

      Chlorophyll c1 analysis is suitable for various types of samples, including:


      a. Biological samples: such as plants, algae, and microorganisms, etc.


      b. Environmental samples: such as water and soil, etc.


      c. Food and feed samples.


      2. Sample storage

      Samples should be stored at -20°C or -80°C to maintain the stability of chlorophyll c1. Appropriate labeling and storage conditions should be followed to avoid sample confusion or degradation.


      Mass spectrometry is crucial in targeted metabolomics research due to its high sensitivity and precision, particularly effective for quantifying specific metabolites. At MtoZ Biolabs, our extensive experience with mass spectrometry enables us to conduct comprehensive qualitative and quantitative analyses of various plant metabolites, ensuring the delivery of accurate and detailed data and reports. We offer a full range of services, from sample preparation to bioinformatics analysis, tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. We pride ourselves on maintaining an excellent track record of service. For more information or to discuss how we can assist with your specific research needs, please contact MtoZ Biolabs for professional advice and detailed insights.


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