Berkeley Lab

Predicting metabolic properties using dynamic substrate preference

Exometabolomic profiling was used to examine the time-varying substrate depletion from a mixture of 19 amino acids and glucose by two Pseudomonads and one Bacillus FRC isolates. ENIGMA researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab examined if the first substrates depleted resulted in maximal growth rate, or related to growth medium or biomass composition and found […]

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Metabolizing Data in the Cloud

ENIGMA researchers at Scripps Research Institute have developed tools with available data to enable microbial and environmental research. ENIGMA’s XCMS Online systems biology data processing and the METLIN database represent a successful model of how community oriented cloud-computing can be implemented on a global scale. This free, cloud-based platform provides users with processing tools, data streaming, […]

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GLAMM: Genome-Linked Application for Metabolic Maps

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METLIN: Metabolite and Tandem MS Database

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XCMS Online: Scripps Center for Metabolomics

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OpenMSI: Open Mass Spectrometry Imaging

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