June 27, 2018
Plant chemical diversity
The comprehensive structural characterizations in mass spectrometry based plant metabolomics are carried out in PlaSMA (Plant Specialized Metabolome Annotation) project using the advanced computational mass spectrometry with 13C fully-labeled plant data and enriched metabolite- and fragment structure databases. The identified and spectrometrically characterized structures by our curation team are freely distributed with their MS/MS spectral information.

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No.1
Ryo Nakabayashi Ph. D.
Sample preparation, data acquisition and data processing.
Research Scientist (Metabolomics Research Group, RIKEN CSRS)
No.2
Hiroshi Tsugawa Ph. D.
Data processing and data management.
Research Scientist (Metabolome Informatics Research Team, RIKEN CSRS)
No.3
Atsushi Kurotani Ph. D.
System Development and data management.
Postdoctoral Researcher (Environmental Metabolic Analysis Research Team, RIKEN CSRS)
No.4
Yutaka Yamada
System Development and data management.
Technical assistant (Metabolome Informatics Research Team, RIKEN CSRS)
No.5
Masanori Arita Ph. D.
Project Supervisor.
Team Leader of Metabolome Informatics Research Team (Metabolome Informatics Research Team, RIKEN CSRS)
No.6
Kazuki Saito Ph. D.
Project Supervisor.
Group Director of Metabolomics Research Group (Metabolomics Research Group, RIKEN CSRS)
June 27, 2018 [ Plant chemical diversity ] Newly opened.
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RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science : Metabolomics Research Group
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