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MassTRIX: Mass TRanslator into Pathways

This is MassTRIX reloaded, the 3rd version of MassTRIX.

The jobs on the old server remain still available at this link.
Should you encounter any unexpected behaviour, please let us know!

Welcome to MassTRIX !

MassTRIX annotates metabolites in high precision mass spectrometry data. It marks the identified chemical compounds on KEGG pathway maps using the KEGG/API. Selected genes or enzymes can be highlighted, e.g. to represent information on gene transcription or differences in the gene complement of different bacterial strains. If you already know this server, you can directly

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Otherwise, go to the Documentation page for more information on how this server works. A work-through tutorial is provided on the Examples page. If you have already submitted jobs in the past, you can access these for at least 4 weeks by using the Job status page.

This server is the result of a collaboration between Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin from the Institute of Ecological Chemistry (who operates a 12 Tesla FT-ICR mass spectrometer) and Karsten Suhre from the Institute of Bioinformatics and Systems Biology (MIPS), both at the Helmholtz Zentrum München.

All feedback is welcome.


KEGG Data is provided by the Kanehisa Laboratories for academic use. Any commercial use of KEGG data requires a license agreement from Pathway Solutions Inc. The Helmholtz Zentrum München imprint applies. If you find results from this site helpful for your research, please cite:

K. Suhre and P. Schmitt-Kopplin, MassTRIX: Mass TRanslator Into Pathways, Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 36, Web Server issue, W481-W484, 2008.

This page is maintained by Brigitte Waegele and Karsten Suhre, last modification:
06 December 2011

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