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Title: OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tools v2.0

Abstract

Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) enables high-resolution spatial mapping of biomolecules in samples and is a valuable tool for the analysis of tissues from plants and animals, microbial interactions, high-throughput screening, drug metabolism, and a host of other applications. This is accomplished by desorbing molecules from the surface on spatially defined locations, using a laser or ion beam. These ions are analyzed by a mass spectrometry and collected into a MSI 'image', a dataset containing unique mass spectra from the sampled spatial locations. MSI is used in a diverse and increasing number of biological applications. The OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tool (OMAAT) is a new software method that addresses the challenges of analyzing spatially defined samples in large MSI datasets, by providing support for automatic sample position optimization and ion selection.

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Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
Contributing Org.:
LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY
OSTI Identifier:
1343109
Report Number(s):
OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tools v2.0; 005135MLTPL00
R&D Project: KP1601010; 2018-188
DOE Contract Number:
AC02-05CH11231
Resource Type:
Software
Software Revision:
00
Software Package Number:
005135
Software CPU:
MLTPL
Source Code Available:
Yes
Country of Publication:
United States

Citation Formats

BOWEN, BENJAMIN, RUEBEL, OLIVER, DE ROND, TRISTAN, and DE RAAD, MARKUS. OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tools v2.0. Computer software. Vers. 00. USDOE. 7 Feb. 2017. Web.
BOWEN, BENJAMIN, RUEBEL, OLIVER, DE ROND, TRISTAN, & DE RAAD, MARKUS. (2017, February 7). OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tools v2.0 (Version 00) [Computer software].
BOWEN, BENJAMIN, RUEBEL, OLIVER, DE ROND, TRISTAN, and DE RAAD, MARKUS. OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tools v2.0. Computer software. Version 00. February 7, 2017.
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title = {OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tools v2.0, Version 00},
author = {BOWEN, BENJAMIN and RUEBEL, OLIVER and DE ROND, TRISTAN and DE RAAD, MARKUS},
abstractNote = {Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) enables high-resolution spatial mapping of biomolecules in samples and is a valuable tool for the analysis of tissues from plants and animals, microbial interactions, high-throughput screening, drug metabolism, and a host of other applications. This is accomplished by desorbing molecules from the surface on spatially defined locations, using a laser or ion beam. These ions are analyzed by a mass spectrometry and collected into a MSI 'image', a dataset containing unique mass spectra from the sampled spatial locations. MSI is used in a diverse and increasing number of biological applications. The OpenMSI Arrayed Analysis Tool (OMAAT) is a new software method that addresses the challenges of analyzing spatially defined samples in large MSI datasets, by providing support for automatic sample position optimization and ion selection.},
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year = {Tue Feb 07 00:00:00 EST 2017},
month = {Tue Feb 07 00:00:00 EST 2017},
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