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Quick-start infrastructure for untargeted metabolomics analysis in GNPS

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Fig. 1: The quick-start interface of GNPS can be used for molecular networking and multivariate analysis.

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The GNPS quick-start page can be accessed at https://gnps-quickstart.ucsd.edu/, and the GitHub repository for the code is available at https://github.com/mwang87/GNPS_quickstart/. We used the public MassIVE datasets MSV000085256 and MSV000083437 for demonstration.

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Acknowledgements

This research was supported in part by National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards U19AG063744, GM107550, 1RF1AG051550, R01AG061066, 1R01LM013115, P41GM103484 and R24GM127667, and National Science Foundation (NSF) award no. ABI 1759980. C.C. was funded by NIH fellowship F31AT010419, M.F.O. was also supported by CNPq-Brazil 245954/2012.

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M.W., N.B. and P.C.D. designed the project. M.W. and C.M.C. developed the code for the quick-start website. T.F.L. and A.B. tested the website and prepared the examples from public data. M.W. and A.B. prepared the online documentation. M.H., M.F.O., E.O.E. and E.C.G. collected the untargeted LC–MS/MS data published at MassIVE. T.F.L., M.W., N.B. and P.C.D. wrote the article, and all authors reviewed and edited the text and figure.

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Correspondence to Nuno Bandeira, Mingxun Wang or Pieter C. Dorrestein.

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P.C.D. is a scientific advisor to Sirenas, Galileo and Cybele, and cofounder and scientific advisor to Ometa and Enveda with approval by the University of California San Diego. M.W. is a cofounder of Ometa Labs, LLC.

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Leao, T.F., Clark, C.M., Bauermeister, A. et al. Quick-start infrastructure for untargeted metabolomics analysis in GNPS. Nat Metab 3, 880–882 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42255-021-00429-0

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