Dissemination of metabolomics results: role of MetaboLights and COSMOS
Salek, Reza M
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Salek, R. M., Haug, K., & Steinbeck, C. (2013). Dissemination of metabolomics results: role of MetaboLights and COSMOS. https://doi.org/10.1186/2047-217X-2-8
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Abstract With ever-increasing amounts of metabolomics data produced each year, there is an even greater need to disseminate data and knowledge produced in a standard and reproducible way. To assist with this a general purpose, open source metabolomics repository, MetaboLights, was launched in 2012. To promote a community standard, initially culminated as metabolomics standards initiative (MSI), COordination of Standards in MetabOlomicS (COSMOS) was introduced. COSMOS aims to link life science e-infrastructures within the worldwide metabolomics community as well as develop and maintain open source exchange formats for raw and processed data, ensuring better flow of metabolomics information.
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