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A Postdoctoral Research Associate in Plant Single-cell type Metabolomics at University of Florida, USA.

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How to implement a 'commerical' mass spectrometry data processing software on to a Galaxy running on a HPC cluster/ server (to faciliate batch processing)?
... Hello, I want to run a commercial mass-spectrometry software (from GC-MS, LC-MS instrument vendors) on a cluster and also integrate into our existing Galaxy server! Computational load wise the server is huge and have sufficient capabilities. We have personnel who can do it but need to suggest them/ ...
server metabolomics mass-spectrometry galaxy written 12 months ago by Biswapriya120 • updated 12 months ago by Andrew Patterson180
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Job: Please Apply:Announcement of Opportunity: Applications sought from at least five early-career scientists to expand the EMN, Metabolomics Society
... Announcement of Opportunity: Applications sought from at least five additional early-career scientists to expand the EMN Deadline: 31st August 2015 Background As introduced during the Metabolomics Society Annual Conference in San Francisco, US, in June/July 2015, we are inviting at least five earl ...
job metabolomics early career emn society written 23 months ago by Biswapriya120
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Answer: A: Metabolite identification: What to call it? Metabolite mapping, analysis, footpr
... I guess, the best 3 answers to this 'metabolite ID' are in these 3 excellent compilations: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11306-014-0739-6#page-1, http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11306-014-0656-8 and http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4348432/. Simply can not stop ign ...
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Does meta-metabolome exists and are people exploring ?
... Like meta-genome, meta-transcriptome, and even meta-proteome, is "meta-metabolome" ever going to be  a reality and if any updates on people exploring it ? Just thinking, if microbiomes can contribute to novel transcripts and chunks of DNA, then a La-Handlesman is waiting to 'happen' for meta-metabol ...
omics metagenome microbiome metabolomics written 2.1 years ago by Biswapriya120 • updated 20 months ago by Andrew Patterson180
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How would you define "epi-metabolome" ?
... Although this paper mentions "epi-metabolome" for the first-time as credited, [de Lorenzo V: Systems biology approaches to bioremediation.Curr Opin Biotechnol 2008, 19:579-89. PubMed Abstract | Publisher Full Text ] but the definition does not seem to quite fit in ?  Any more appropriate definition ...
dna omics metabolomics epigenetics written 2.1 years ago by Biswapriya120 • updated 20 months ago by Andrew Patterson180
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Why 'Biomarker' discovery is not often used in plant metabolomics studies ?
... Is that 'plants' are NOT 'bio' ? Many famous PI have voiced their opinions to NOT use 'biomarkers' in plant omics research ! Although Google Scholar draws hits on the combination as well, though, very few ! ...
metabolomics plant biomarker written 2.1 years ago by Biswapriya120
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Is mGWAS ever going to be a reality in plant research ?
... Given so much variations, ecotypes, cultivars, geographical, speciation, mutations, polyploidiation and so on! ...
metabolomics plant gwas mgwas written 2.1 years ago by Biswapriya120
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Answer: A: For metabolomics data sets (where, samples <<< metabolites) out of several class
... Yes. Heard a recent 'stats expert' say that, even 'PLS-DA, volcanoes, t-test, ranking, Random Forest, VIP, ROC' all can point to "really different and unrelated" metabolites (pathway-wise unrelated, different class and so on!) in a single study when seeking "that/those elusive biomarker(S)" ! This i ...
written 2.1 years ago by Biswapriya120
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For metabolomics data sets (where, samples <<< metabolites) out of several classification algorithms, which is efficient ?
... So, out of existing classification algorithms such as Support Vector Machine (SVM), K-nearest neighbor (KNN), Interval Valued Classification (IVC) and the improvised Interval Value based Particle Swarm Optimization (IVPSO) algorithm which one is potentially robust in handling, reliable in terms of r ...
knn svm ivp statistics classification written 2.2 years ago by Biswapriya120
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News: Metabolomics Society Webinar on Thursday 29 January 2015 (7:30 AM - 8:30 AM EST) by Dr. Oscar Yanes
... Dear Metabolomics Community, The Early-career Members Network (EMN), on behalf of the Metabolomics Society, is planning to establish a series of online webinars from January 2015 onwards. We would like to formally invite you to our first session of our series coming to you live on Thursday 29 Janu ...
news webinar metabolomics society metabolomics written 2.4 years ago by Biswapriya120

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