To date, we have measured well over 100,000 people. From these, we have generated well over 10 million high-precision metabolite data and translated these into over 1 billion individual metabolic dependencies.
This may be the world's largest database on individual metabolic events, and yet it is only a beginning in establishing the "human baseline" for capturing and mapping human health and pathology.
After all, we now already manage to describe the normal state for different ages, for different genders and other factors.
We see how much people differ in their reactions to e.g. drugs and use these findings e.g. to improve patient-specific medication.