Who's speaking at this Webinar?
Professor, Department of Chemistry Simon Fraser University British Columbia, Canada
The global use of natural products has been increasing at a steady pace. LC-MS-based metabolomics can be used to provide an unbiased, comprehensive, qualitative and quantitative overview of the metabolites present in natural products.
In this webinar, Simon Fraser University Department of Chemistry professor Roger Linington will discuss discovery metabolomics in natural product research and the applications of his team’s Natural Products (NP) Atlas, an open-access record of over 25,000 natural products. The NP Atlas contains structural and chemical data for all microbially-derived natural products published in the peer-reviewed primary scientific literature.
Integration of this curated knowledge base with a discovery metabolomics workflow can provide a knowledge-guided approach for the identification and interpretation of metabolomics data in natural products discovery research.
Attend this webinar to discover:
- Metabolomics approach for unbiased discovery of natural products
- Expert advice on how using the NP Atlas can inform your metabolomics analysis
- LC-MS workflows for metabolomics