Metabolic profiling allows comprehensive phenotyping of genetically or environmentally modified plant systems.

@article{Roessner2001MetabolicPA,
  title={Metabolic profiling allows comprehensive phenotyping of genetically or environmentally modified plant systems.},
  author={Ute Roessner and Alexander L{\"u}demann and Diana Brust and Oliver Fiehn and Thomas Linke and Lothar Willmitzer and Alisdair R. Fernie},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={2001},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={11-29}
}
Metabolic profiling using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry technologies is a technique whose potential in the field of functional genomics is largely untapped. To demonstrate the general usefulness of this technique, we applied to diverse plant genotypes a recently developed profiling protocol that allows detection of a wide range of hydrophilic metabolites within a single chromatographic run. For this purpose, we chose four independent potato genotypes characterized by modifications in… CONTINUE READING
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