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Mass-MetaSite is a new approach for the automatic identification of metabolites from Liquid Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry data, reducing manual analysis from several hours to only a few minutes per compound . The program is able to assign chemical structures to each automatically detected chromatographic peak based on the MS and MS/MS fragmentation pattern of the substrates and metabolites. Validation has been performed using over 400 metabolite incubations in recombinant and/or Human Liver microsomes, yielding a top-ranked prediction success rate of >95%. The same accuracy has been reached in an in-vivo metabolite identification exercise .
From data acquisition to metabolite structure elucidation in 2 minutes.
A revolution in Met ID for Drug Discovery
- Reading of the most common file formats.
- Agilent Q-Tof(*.d): AutoMS and full scan at multiple energies of collision.
- Waters (*.raw): MSe, HDMSe and MSMS.
- Thermo-Fisher (*.RAW): Ion-Trap and Orbitrap Data Dependent Scan, Exactive, Q-Exactive.
- ABSCiex *.wiff file format.
- Bruker (*.d): QTof data dependent scan.
New features in version 4.0
- Totally new interface
- New Isotope labeling mode: radiolabeling, stable GSH and cyanide trapping
- Raw MS Spectra visualization
- Extra sample/blank comparison<
- Improved exclusion list
- Improved MSMS noise filtering for UVPD fragmentation
New features in version 3.4
- Neutralize charged macromolecules during import
- Option to fragment 6-membered heteroaromatic rings
- Option to filter Met-id fragments by ppm error tolerance
- Option to merge MS/MS spectra from multiple charge states in TEC mode
- Added reactions: "Generic Dearylation", "Oxadiazole Ring Opening"
- New reorganizations and scores (Amide Water Loss, Benzyl alcohol, alkyl sulphate, Aryl Methoxy)
- Handle polarity switching for Thermo
- Batch Processor: Small molecule and MacroMolecule options for autoprocess upload to WebMetabase 4
- Batch Processor: Connect to UNIFI (Waters)
New features in version 3.3
- Ability to merge chromatogram signal from adducts or neutral losses
- Added Reactions: "Sulfonimidoamide Hydrolysis", "General Hydrolysis for Csp2 (O,N,S) derivatives"
- Fix SMILES string for pyrrole nitrogens
- Properly handle Deuterium and Tritium when importing SDF molecule
- Batch Processor: Show extra properties in batch table
- Batch Processor: Drag and drop from folder file listAutofill of output file names
- Batch Processor: Retry upload if network error occurred
- Improved mass accuracy for Waters ion-mobility data
- Ability to import macromolecules that are not peptides
- Batch Processor: include extra properties qualifiers in blank file names at autoprocess.
- Batch Processor: improve error information management at WebMetabase interface.
- Implement result filtering (ppm and lack of formula)
- Fix O-Dealkylation of cyclopropyls
- Output Mass list in Waters DDA format
- Accept minor version changes in SMS file schema
- Batch Processor: include incubation conditions qualifiers in blank file names at autoprocess.
- Handle Dansyl-GSH Fluorescence acquisitions from ABSciex Triple-TOF
- Implemented new algrorithm for UV wavelength selection based on peak's maxima
- Support Waters Ion-Mobility acquisitions
- Support AB Sciex SWATH acquisitions
- Support Bruker Broadband acquisitions
- Allowed fine tuning of unexpected metabolite detection
- Level of smoothing of radio signal changeable
- Fix bad 2d stereo perception of peptides
- Added reactions: "Dealkylation of Sulphonyls", "N-Dealkylation of cyclopropyls", "S-Oxidation of thiophene-like sulphurs", "Semicarbazide trapping of aldehydes", "Glutathione conjugation of disulfides", "Difluoro and trifluomethylation", "Hydroxyl reduction"
- Reviewed "Dealkylation of oxetane rings"
- Allowed deletion and exporting of autoprocess lines
- Easier edition of autoprocess lines while processes are running
- Increased minimum metabolite mass limit
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-  Enhanced
metabolite identification with MS(E) and a semi-automated software
for structural elucidation.
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-  Post-acquisition analysis of untargeted accurate mass quadrupole time-of-flight MS(E)
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