Partenaires

CNRS
Logo tutelle
Logo tutelle


Search

sur ce site

sur web cnrs









AISBM

Challenges and advances in the annotation and de novo identification of small molecules of biological origin.

Thursday and Friday 23 and 24 October 2014

This is the first in a series of workshops to promote the emergence of a community interested in developing and standardizing methods and reporting guidelines for the characterization of natural products and the annotation and identification of other small molecules including metabolites. Metabolite annotation and identification is central to the study of metabolism in many different organisms and is of prime importance in the discovery of bioactive products. A progressive merger between the disciplines applied in natural products research and metabolomics studies is expected and will profit from a common effort in developing and sharing methods, expertise and reporting guidelines.

Scientific Commitee :

Rafael Bruschweiler (Columbus OH USA)
Stefano Caldarelli (Gif-Sur-Yvette France)
Warwick Dunn (Birmingham UK)
Bernd Schneider (Jena Germany)
Frank Schroeder (Ithaca NY USA)
Mark Viant (Birmingham UK)
Jean-Luc Wolfender (Geneva Switzerland)


Organizing Commitee :

Stefano Caldarelli (Gif-Sur-Yvette France)
David Touboul (Gif-Sur-Yvette France)
Christophe Junot (Saclay France)
Jean-Nicolas Dumez (Gif-Sur-Yvette France)