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NUTRISHIELD presents two posters at the 9th international Singapore Lipid Symposium (iSLS9)

The iSLS9 is a key event to keep up to date for novel developments in lipidomics. It strives to be the point of contact for researchers of this field and to foster the translation of lipidomics data to biological meaning in all aspects.

NUTRISHIELD gave a presentation entitled “Rapid characterization of the lipidomic profile of isolated exosomes using infrared spectroscopy” in which around 80 researchers attended.

Our partners from HULAFE have also contributed to this event with one oral presentation about the “Lipidomic analysis of human milk exosomes” and one poster presentation entitled “Effect of pasteurization on the lipid and metabolite composition of donor human milk”.


NUTRISHIELD aims at creating a personalised platform for the young. The platform will consist of novel methods & techniques, which analyse a wide range of biomarkers related to nutrition and health disorders.