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Mass spectral data-matrix

Texas Engineering Experiment Station. Thermodynamics Research Center.

Mass spectral data-matrix

Thermodynamics Research Center API44 Hydrocarbon Project

by Texas Engineering Experiment Station. Thermodynamics Research Center.

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Published by Thermodynamics Research Center, Texas A & M University in College Station, Texas .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mass spectrometry.,
  • Hydrocarbons -- Spectra.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThermodynamics Research Center API44 Hydrocarbon Project., Selected mass spectral data-matrix.
    StatementThermodynamics Research Center, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, Texas A & M University.
    ContributionsAmerican Petroleum Institute. Research Project 44.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (loose leaf) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14247350M

    Mouse knockouts facilitate the study ofgene functions. Often, multiple abnormal phenotypes are induced when a gene is inactivated. The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC) has generated thousands of mouse knockouts and catalogued their phenotype data. We have acquired metabolomics data from plasma samples from 30 unique mouse gene knockouts Cited by: 3. All compound mass spectra were identified and compared using the Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System (AMDIS) (version ) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) mass spectral search program for the NIST/EPA/NIH mass spectral library (version ).

    Gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata) is one of the most important farmed Mediterranean fish species, and there is considerable interest for the development of suitable methods to assess its freshness. In the present work, gas chromatography–mass spectrometry-based metabolomics was employed to monitor the hydrophilic metabolites of sea bream during storage on ice for 19 . Mass spectrometry (MS) is used to identify and to quantify metabolites after optional separation by GC, HPLC (), or CE. GC-MS was the first hyphenated technique to be developed. Identification leverages the distinct patterns in which analytes fragment which can be thought of as a mass spectral fingerprint; libraries exist that allow identification of a metabolite according to this.

    The analysis resulted in data for metabolites; that is, known metabolites and non‐identified, but repeatedly observed, mass spectral metabolite tags (MSTs) (Supporting Information File S1). The profiled metabolites are classified into seven chemical compound categories as organic acids, amino acids, polyhydroxy acids, sugars Cited by:   Plants possess many metabolic genes for the production of a wide variety of phytochemicals in a tissue-specific manner. However, the metabolic systems behind the diversity and tissue-dependent regulation still remain unknown due to incomplete characterization of phytochemicals produced in a single plant species. Thus, having a metabolome dataset in .


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Selected Mass Spectral Data (matrix) Volume 1 of Selected Mass Spectral Data, American Petroleum Institute. Research Project Author: American Petroleum Institute. Research Project Contributor: Texas Engineering Experiment Station. Thermodynamics Research Center. Hydrocarbon Project: Publisher.

TopFD (Top-down mass spectral Feature Detection) is a software tool for top-down spectral deconvolution and a successor to MS-Deconv. It groups top-down spectral peaks into isotopomer envelopes and converts isotopomer envelopes to monoisotopic neutral masses.

In addition, it extracts proteoform features from LC-MS or CE-MS data. @article{osti_, title = {Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Orthogonal Mass Spectral Data for the Identification of Chemical Attribution Signatures of 3-Methylfentanyl}, author = {Mayer, B.

and Valdez, C. and DeHope, A. and Spackman, P. and Sanner, R. and Martinez, H. and Williams, A. M.}, abstractNote = {Critical to many modern forensic investigations is the.

Mass spectrometry is one of the most powerful tools for pure substances’ identifications [].The mass spectral data contains a sequence of mass/charge (m / z) ratios and their substance qualitative analysis information, such as relative molecular weight determination, chemical formula determination, and structural identification, can be obtained by comparing.

existing Bins are al validation Peak annotation by the BinBase algorithmAfter importing all deconvoluted spectra of all chromato- The ChromaTOF metadata used in peak annotation by thegrams of a biological study (*.csv format), spectra are BinBase algorithm include mass spectral similarity, peakchecked for the presence and.

Metabolomics provides a wealth of information about the biochemical status of cells, tissues, and other biological systems.

However, for many researchers, processing the large quantities of data generated in typical metabolomics experiments poses a formidable challenge. Robust computational tools are required for all data processing steps, from handling raw data to high Cited by: 2.

Mass spectra contain characteristic information regarding the molecular structure and properties of compounds. The mass spectra of compounds from the same chemically re-lated group are similar. Classification is one of the fundamental methodologies for ana-lyzing mass spectral data.

The primary goals of classification are to automatically group. An evaluation whether mass spectral data contain useful information for assessing similarity/diversity of drug compounds is presented.

A comparative study was carried out. metabolites and the mass spectral similarity matrix of all compounds, including unknowns (squared nodes, exemplified with BinBase database identifier numbers). Barupal et al. BMC. Selected values of physical and thermodynamic properties of hydrocarbons and related compounds, comprising the tables of the American Petroleum Institute Research Project 44 extant as of Decem by Frederick D Rossini (Book) 4 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Mean-Centering. Mean-centering is often carried out to center the data distribution at the origin in the multidimensional space. In a typical data matrix used for multivariate statistical analysis, each row represents a different sample while the metabolite identities, m/z, or peak variables are aligned into specific -centering is performed by subtracting the Cited by: Used on whole mass spectral profiles of pure and spiked CSF, we can detect peptide in the low molecular mass range (– Da) at least down to.

Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization-time-of-flight-mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF-MS) [18] is a powerful tool for the comprehensive analytical profiling of peptides [19–21]. This technology allows for the sensitive detection of peptide changes in complex mixtures of hundreds of different peptides simultaneously.

The process was monitored by UV–visible spectroscopy and a spectral data matrix X (61 × ) was obtained. Figure 10 shows the EFA plot of the X matrix. The horizontal line indicates the log (eigenvalue) associated with the noise, which was retrieved by SVD [19] analysis of the spectral data matrix obtained in the degradation of a sample of.

The identification of small molecules from mass spectrometry (MS) data remains a major challenge in the interpretation of MS data. This review covers the computational aspects of identifying small molecules, from the identification of a compound searching a reference spectral library, to the structural elucidation of unknowns.

In detail, we describe the basic principles and Cited by: TagFinder is also capable of automatically extracting quantitative data enhanced by mass spectral matching to reference mass spectra from provided RI windows.

Inclusive quantitative data might comprise of mass fragments, time groups of mass fragments or clusters of intensity-correlated mass fragments. Metabolomics data processing and analysis. Figure 1: Overview of typical tasks in metabolomics workflows, ranging from metabolite profiling (left, green) via metabolite annotation (center, purple) to data analysis using statistics and metabolite networks (right, red).

A data matrix X, containing N observation row vectors of K variables each, is almost universally common [34, 43, 44], and very few mathematical constraints are placed on the values it holds.

Correspondingly, NMR, MS, FT-IR, or any other source of spectral data can be used as input into the data matrix X. Application of two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy to chemometrics: self-modeling curve resolution analysis of spectral data sets. Appl. Spec. 57, – / ; Jung Y. M., Kim S. B., Noda I.

(b). New approach to generalized two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy. The system and method for spectral analysis uses a set of spectral data. The spectral data is arranged according to a second dimension, such as time, temperature, position, or other condition. The arranged spectral data is used in a signal separation process, such as an independent component analysis (ICA), which generates independent by:.

This resulted in a data matrix of about 4, data points ( datasets×20, mass peaks detected). Each row of this data matrix displays the intensities of a unique molecular fragment throughout the GC-MS datasets. However, a number of contaminants resulting from the fiber material can usually be found when using [email protected]{osti_, title = {Identification of Chemical Attribution Signatures of Fentanyl Syntheses Using Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Orthogonal Analytical Data}, author = {Mayer, B.

P. and Mew, D. A. and DeHope, A. and Spackman, P. E. and Williams, A. M.}, abstractNote = {Attribution of the origin of an illicit drug relies on identification of compounds indicative of its.Mass Spectrometry-Based Metabolomics: A Practical Guide is a simple, step-by-step reference for profiling metabolites in a target organism.

It discusses optimization of sample preparation for urine, serum, blood, tissue, food, and plant and animal cell samples.