Mass Spectrometry-Based Visualization of Molecules Associated with Human Habitats.

@article{Petras2016MassSV,
  title={Mass Spectrometry-Based Visualization of Molecules Associated with Human Habitats.},
  author={D. Petras and L. Nothias and R. Quinn and T. Alexandrov and N. Bandeira and Amina Bouslimani and Gabriel Castro-Falc{\'o}n and Liangyu Chen and Tam Dang and D. Floros and Vivian V. H. Hook and Neha Garg and Nicole C. Hoffner and Y. Jiang and Clifford A. Kapono and Irina Koester and R. Knight and Christopher A. Leber and Tiejun Ling and Tal Luzzatto-Knaan and L. McCall and A. McGrath and Michael J. Meehan and Jonathan K Merritt and R. Mills and James T. Morton and Sonia Podvin and Ivan V. Protsyuk and Trevor N Purdy and Kendall Satterfield and Stephen C. Searles and Sahil D. Shah and S. Shires and Dana J. Steffen and M. White and J. Todoric and R. Tuttle and A. Wojnicz and V. Sapp and Fernando Vargas and Jin Yang and C. Zhang and P. Dorrestein},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  year={2016},
  volume={88 22},
  pages={
          10775-10784
        }
}
The cars we drive, the homes we live in, the restaurants we visit, and the laboratories and offices we work in are all a part of the modern human habitat. Remarkably, little is known about the diversity of chemicals present in these environments and to what degree molecules from our bodies influence the built environment that surrounds us and vice versa. We therefore set out to visualize the chemical diversity of five built human habitats together with their occupants, to provide a snapshot of… Expand

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