A dynamic programming approach for the alignment of signal peaks in multiple gas chromatography-mass spectrometry experiments

@article{Robinson2007ADP,
  title={A dynamic programming approach for the alignment of signal peaks in multiple gas chromatography-mass spectrometry experiments},
  author={Mark D. Robinson and David P. De Souza and Woon Wai Keen and Eleanor C. Saunders and Malcolm J. McConville and Terence P. Speed and Vladimir A. Likic},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={419 - 419}
}
Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) is a robust platform for the profiling of certain classes of small molecules in biological samples. When multiple samples are profiled, including replicates of the same sample and/or different sample states, one needs to account for retention time drifts between experiments. This can be achieved either by the alignment of chromatographic profiles prior to peak detection, or by matching signal peaks after they have been extracted from chromatogram… CONTINUE READING
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