Gas chromatography (GC) is a popular tool for metabolomics research. For discovery work in the areas of volatile and semi-volatile analysis.
Interview with TMIC young scientists from different nodes. Let’s learn more about their research interest and recent presentation.
Biomonitoring for iodine deficiency across Canadian urban locations reveals regional variations
TMIC has worked on numerous food-related projects, published a number of papers & reviews, created food databases, and offered assays & services pertaining to food.
This summary reviews recent publications by Dr. Wishart’s lab, and highlights the most popular assays by this Node
The SpOtLight Article on the “Reporting Standards for Quality Control Samples in Untargeted Metabolic Phenotyping” by Jennifer Kirwan and Ian Wilson on behalf of the Metabolomics Quality Assurance & Quality Control Consortium (mQACC) Reporting Standards Working Group.
Recent publications related to the bio-medical applications, including publication co-authors by two of our Nodes
The Human Microbial Metabolome Database (MiMeDB) and ChemFOnt: The Chemical Functional Ontology Resource