New METLIN Mass Spectral Database

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  • Published: Sep 29, 2017
  • Channels: HPLC / Gas Chromatography / Proteomics & Genomics / Base Peak / Proteomics
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METLIN Mass Spectral Database by Wiley, is a feature-rich, comprehensive metabolite and tandem mass spectrometry database designed for untargeted metabolomic analysis.

METLIN will come bundled with the NIST 2017 library and sold in the NIST MS Search format.

Frequently asked questions:

What differentiates METLIN by Wiley from the others available?

Our intent behind acquiring METLIN was to provide our customers with access to the most comprehensive metabolomic database on the market. By dividing content into 3 libraries; experimental spectra, in-silico spectra, and searchable chemical structures, METLIN by Wiley has optimized its searching capabilities and validated spectrum quality to ensure the broadest coverage available.

How has customer need been addressed in the development process?

Wiley prides itself on being able to adapt with evolving industry while continuing to maintain strong customer relationships. A centralized approach that addresses accuracy, breadth of coverage, functionality, and the ability to increase overall lab efficiency were all focal points in the development process.

Why should I integrate METLIN by Wiley in to my workflow?

Integrating a new library into your workflow can bring about a new set of commitments. METLIN by Wiley has made a concerted effort to simplify and streamline this as much as possible. Bundled with the full NIST MS/MS library including the recently updated NIST MS Search 2.3v software, METLIN by Wiley doesn’t require any additional software purchases and is ready to use upon installation.

What opportunities does Wiley offer for added value?

To ensure the broadest coverage available and optimize search capabilities, all METLIN by Wiley purchases are bundled with the full NIST MS/MS 2017 Mass Spectral Library. The result being a combined library with over 1.4 million spectra, 260,000 compounds and 970,000 chemical structures.

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