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Welcome to the Metitree wiki!

Metitree is an application to facilitate processing of MSn data for identification purposes. It's target audience is technicians MS lab, metabolomics scientist (PhD's, postdocs) and mass fragmentation spectra acquisitioners.

A demo is available at www.metitree.nl

If you want to install it on a local machine

Related papers

MetiTree: a web application to organize and process high resolution multi-stage mass spectrometry metabolomics data, 2012, Bioinformatics, Miguel Rojas-Chertó, Michael van Vliet, Julio E. Peironcely, Ronnie van Doorn, Maarten Kooyman, Tim te Beek, Marc A. van Driel, Thomas Hankemeier and Theo Reijmers.

Metabolite identification using automated comparison of high resolution MSn spectral trees, 2012, Analytical Chemistry, Miguel Rojas-Chertó, Julio E. Peironcely, Piotr T. Kasper, Justin Johan Jozias van der Hooft, Ric C.H. De Vos, Rob J Vreeken, Thomas Hankemeier, and Theo Reijmers.

Elemental Composition determination based on MSn, 2011, Bioinformatics, Miguel Rojas-Chertó, Piotr T. Kasper, Egon L. Willighagen, Rob Vreeken, Thomas Hankemeier and Theo Reijmers.

Features

You can use the issue tracker to report problems or ask questions about the current features. Also new features can be requested there. Before requesting a new feature visit this page to see if this feature is already requested!

Credits

Metitree was created by The Netherlands Metabolomics Centre in collaboration with The Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC). A collaborative institute of the bioinformatics groups in the Netherlands.

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