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Workshop on Holistic Analytical Technologies for BioMedical, Food and Plant Sciences

09 Nov 2012 - 11 Nov 2012 - Pasteur Institute Athens Greece



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The theme of the workshop will highlight the recent advances in bioanalytical methodologies for Metabolomics/metabonomics in Systems Biology Analytical Technologies for Metabolite Profiling: LC-MS, GC-MS, NMR Biomarker Discovery for Disease Diagnosis, Drug Toxicity Assessment and Efficacy, PharmacoMetabonomics, Nutrimetabonomics, Plant Metabolomics, Informatics, Chemometrics and Validation Methodologies in Untargeted Profiling.

Speakers comprise renowned scientists from academia and industry who will describe the remarkable advancement of analytical technologies and data mining tools used for metabolomics research. A special session is devoted on data mining which will tips and tricks from inlcude R, XCMS, Matlab and vendror software.

A poster session will provide the means for on-site open discussion to exchange ideas, and experiences. The workshop should provide an excellent learning opportunity, as well as a venue for the exchange of ideas among a highly interdisciplinary group of scientists. 

A special issue of Journal of Chromatography B will cover the works of the meeting.

 



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