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Topical Collection "Advances in Omega-3 Research"

Editor

Prof. Dr. Jing X. Kang
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Collection Editor
Laboratory for Lipid Medicine and Technology, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
Interests: omega-3; omega-6/omega-3 ratio; nutrigenomics; nutri-biotechnology; cancer metabolism; lipidomics; gut microbiota; nutritional interventions; inflammation; metabolic syndrome; chronic diseases
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Dear Colleagues,

Omega‐3 polyunsaturated fatty acids as essential nutrients, dietary supplements, and pharmaceutical drugs have been widely investigated and used over the past few decades. The continued interest and ever‐growing volume of research in the field point to omega‐3 fatty acids as a key player in the management of chronic diseases. However, the main challenge of omega‐3 research lies in its complexity and confounding factors. Variations, inconsistencies, and controversies on the study outcomes of omega‐3 fatty acids remain to be clarified. Recent advances in analytical technologies (such as “omics”), new animal models, and integrated experimental approaches have allowed us to more comprehensively and accurately elucidate the biological effects of omega‐3 fatty acids and their mechanisms and readily identify biomarkers for efficacy evaluation. Novel concepts and emerging technologies are being used for production, process, and analysis of omega-3 fatty acids, as well as for the development of omega‐3‐based interventions for health promotion and disease management.

The field of omega-3 research has evolved rapidly in recent years, and its potential applications have become more diverse and significant for public health. The aim of this topic collection is to provide a platform for sharing research progress and highlight the frontier of the field of omega-3 fatty acids.

Prof. Jing X. Kang
Collection Editor

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Keywords

  • Biochemistry
  • Biotechnology
  • Lipidomics
  • Metabolomics
  • Genomics
  • Proteomics
  • animal models
  • imaging
  • gut microbiota
  • inflammation
  • lipogenesis
  • biomarkers
  • nutrition and metabolism
  • translation
  • dietary supplements
  • therapeutics
  • interventions
  • disease prevention and treatment
  • brain development
  • maternal and vhild health
  • metabolic syndrome
  • chronic diseases
  • aging

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