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The Queensland node at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (ABIN) at the University of Queensland provides specialised expertise in metabolic engineering directed to understanding and manipulating cellular behaviour at a system level.

AIBN’s facilities are especially set up for metabolic flux analysis, flux balancing and isotopomer modelling. It serves the Australian biotechnology community with the development of fluxomics models that can be used to analyse and engineer mammalian, plant or microbial fermentation systems and employed to optimise product development.

AIBN offers the following services:

  • Access to Genome scale modelling (experimental & theoretical)
  • Metabolic flux analysis from exometabolome
  • 13C metabolic flux analysis
  • Central carbon metabolism
  • Spatiotemporal metabolic flux analysis in multicellular organisms