Interactive MS/MS Visualization with the Metabolomics Spectrum Resolver Web Service
Pieter C. Dorrestein,
Emma L. Schymanski,
Posted 10 May 2020
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2020.05.09.086066
Posted 10 May 2020
The growth of online mass spectrometry metabolomics resources, including data repositories, spectral library databases, and online analysis platforms has created an environment of online/web accessibility. Here, we introduce the Metabolomics Spectrum Resolver (https://metabolomics-usi.ucsd.edu/), a tool that builds upon these exciting developments to allow for consistent data export (in human and machine-readable forms) and publication-ready visualisations for tandem mass spectrometry spectra. This tool supports the draft Human Proteome Organizations Proteomics Standards Initiative's USI specification, which has been extended to deal with the metabolomics use cases. To date, this resource already supports data formats from GNPS, MassBank, MS2LDA, MassIVE, MetaboLights, and Metabolomics Workbench and is integrated into several of these resources, providing a valuable open source community contribution (https://github.com/mwang87/MetabolomicsSpectrumResolver). ### Competing Interest Statement Mingxun Wang is the founder of Ometa Labs LLC, Pieter C. Dorrestein is on the scientific advisory board of Sirenas and Cybele Microbiome
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