Hybrid approach in metabolomics (NMR and MS)

Bioinformatics Asked by Garrus990 on April 2, 2021

Is it currently common in metabolomics to combine two quantification methods, namely NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) and MS (mass spectrometry, either liquid or gas)? If so, what would be profits from such an approach? Is it a promising direction or people are going to stay with a simple approach and they will be sticking to either of these two?

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