Category Archives: Mass Spectrometry

Getting started with networks analyses

Here are a few links to help you get started in thinking about networks! Two types of networks analyses: 1.  Local similarity analysis – includes a time lag, popular for microbial communities The original LSA – Ruan et al. 2006 … Continue reading

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Imaging Mass Spectrometry in Microbiology

A review of IMS according to different ionization sources and by levels of analysis in microbiology (from single cells to microbial communities) Nat Rev Micro 2011 Watrous

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Mass Spectral Molecular Networking of Living Microbial Colonies

Mass_Spectral_Molecular Importance: Demonstrates the use of imaging mass spec on many standard media types that allows the characterization of microbial metabolites over space and time. Abstract: Integrating the governing chemistry with the genomics and phenotypes of microbial colonies has been … Continue reading

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