An inter-laboratory comparison demonstrates that [1H]-NMR metabolite fingerprinting is a robust technique for collaborative plant metabolomic data collection

@inproceedings{Ward2010AnIC,
  title={An inter-laboratory comparison demonstrates that [1H]-NMR metabolite fingerprinting is a robust technique for collaborative plant metabolomic data collection},
  author={Jane L. Ward and John M. Baker and Sonia J. Miller and Catherine Deborde and Mickael Maucourt and Beno{\^i}t Biais and Dominique Rolin and Annick Moing and Sofia Moco and Jacques Vervoort and Arjen Lommen and Hartmut Sch{\"a}fer and Eberhard Humpfer and Michael H. Beale},
  booktitle={Metabolomics},
  year={2010}
}
In any metabolomics experiment, robustness and reproducibility of data collection is of vital importance. These become more important in collaborative studies where data is to be collected on multiple instruments. With minimisation of variance in sample preparation and instrument performance it is possible to elucidate even subtle differences in metabolite fingerprints due to genotype or biological treatment. In this paper we report on an inter laboratory comparison of plant derived samples by… CONTINUE READING

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