Untargeted Profiling in Metabolomics

The Wednesday afternoon session “Metabolomics: Untargeted Profiling,” will be held 2:30–4:30 pm in the Murphy Ballroom. The session, chaired by Elizabeth J. Want of Imperial College London, in London, United Kingdom, addresses six developments in this area.

The Wednesday afternoon session “Metabolomics: Untargeted Profiling,” will be held 2:30–4:30 pm in the Murphy Ballroom. The session, chaired by Elizabeth J. Want of Imperial College London, in London, United Kingdom, addresses six developments in this area.

The talks are as follows:

2:30 pm: “Determining the Metabolic Fate of Nitrogen Oxide Species Using Isotopic Tracing and High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry,” presented by Steven Mullett of the University of Pittsburgh, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

2:50 pm: “Single-Cell Metabolomic Analysis of Metastatic and Non-Metastatic Cell Line Pairs Using Mass Spectrometry,” presented by Shelby R. Beasley of the University of Oklahoma, in Norman, Oklahoma.

3:10 pm: “Enhancing Untargeted Metabolomics with Fast-Scanning Field Asymmetric Waveform Ion Mobility Spectrometry,” presented by James Reynolds of Loughborough University, in Loughborough, United Kingdom.

3:30 pm: “Development of Advanced Processing Workflow for Untargeted Volatilomics by GC×GC–TOFMS,” presented by Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto of Liège University, in Liege, Belgium.

3:50 pm: “MetaboPique: A High-Throughput Computational Workflow for Validating, Annotating, and Organizing Small Molecule MS/MS Spectra Derived from Biological Samples,” presented by Tytus D. Mak of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

4:10 pm: “A High-Throughput Method for Obtaining Microbial Exometabolomics Data Using a 3D Printed Platform,” presented by Caroline Birer of the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.