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    10-24-2016 - How plants time their flowering - Professor Markus Schmid, Umeå University, Sweden, is leading a project to find out how flowering time is regulated on cell level. "By using advanced gene sequencing and metabolomics, we are hoping to gain new insights into the function of the genetic, regulatory networks, and also more knowledge on what controls the time of flowering." Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-10-how-plants-time-their-flowering.html#jCp

    10-17-2016 - Metabolomics Events - Visit the Metabolomics Workbench Events Calendar for the most comprehensive and up-to-date listing of metabolomics events — seminars, workshops, symposia, conferences, and congresses — on the Web!

    10-13-2016 - Statistics Toolbox now accompanies each study - When viewing an individual study, you can now access a suite of analysis tools that enable you to perform a variety of statistical functions, including data normalization and averaging, hierarchial clustering, correlation heatmaps, ANOVA, volcano plots, multivariate analysis, random forest analysis and VIP plots as well as metabolite mapping to biochemical pathways.

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    Human Metabolome Gene/Protein Database (MGP) - The Human Metabolome Gene/Protein Database (MGP) of metabolome-related genes and proteins contains data for over 7300 genes and over 15,500 proteins. Each record is enhanced with Gene Ontology (GO) annotations, REACTOME pathway annotations, InterPro domain annotations, UniProt annotations, and a listing of related proteins. MGP can be searched by any of MGP_ID, Entrez Gene_ID, Gene Name, Gene Symbol, Synonyms, Alternate names, HMDB Pathway, and Reactome Pathway.

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