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AMDIS (Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System) is a new (easy to use) sophisticated software for GC-MS data interpretation from NIST.

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Publications with AMDIS: - you can also read the larger page with abstracts [LINK]

  • Deconvolution gas chromatography/mass spectrometry of urinary organic acids - potential for pattern recognition and automated identification of metabolic disorders; John M. Halket*, Anna Przyborowska, Stephen E. Stein, W. Gary Mallard, Stephen Down, Ronald A. Chalmers [LINK]
  • Comparison of gas chromatography pulsed flame photometric detection mass spectrometry, automated mass spectral deconvolution and identification system and gas chromatography tandem mass spectrometry as tools for trace level detection and identification; Shai Dagan, J.Chrom. A., 868, 2000, 229-247 [LINK] [LINK2]
  • Effect of salt concentration on the volatile composition of cucumbers fermented with a Lactobacillus plantarum culture that does not produce carbon dioxide from malic acid: R. F. MCFEETERS, C. S. Palma, H. P. Fleming, and F. Breidt; 1999 IFT Annual Meeting Abstract 48-6 [LINK]
  • The new Automated Mass Spectrometry Deconvolution and Identification System (AMDIS) May/June 1998; Antony N. Davies (ISAS Dortmund)  [PDF]
  • 1998 Version of the NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library-NIST98; By O. David Sparkman [LINK]
  • Help files compiled by James L. Little [LINK]
  • A step towards Multi-targeted Profiling of Phytohormone levels in Plant samples; C. Wiesner, L.Willmitzer, J. Kopka [PDF]
  • A systematic approach to biochemical profiling; Norm Glassbrook and John Ryals; Cur Opin Plant Biol. 4 :186- 190. 13. [LINK]
  • An Integrated Method for Spectrum Extraction and Compound Identification from GC/MS Data; S. E. Stein; NIST; Journal of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry in Volume 10, 1999, pages 770-781. [PDF]
  • New software solutions for analytical spectroscopists; Antony N. Davies; ISAS Dortmund; [LINK]
  • Integrated studies on plant biology using multiparallel techniques; Oliver Fiehn, Sebastian Kloska and Thomas Altmann; Curr.Opp.Biotech, 12,2001,82 [PDF]
  • Combining genomics, metabolome analysis, and biochemical modelling to understand metabolic networks, Oliver Fiehn; Comp Funct Genom 2001; 2: 155-168. [PDF]
  • Screening of Brazilian fruit aromas using solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; Fabio Augusto , Antonio Luiz Pires Valente, Eduardo dos Santos Tada, Sandra Regina Rivellino; Journal of Chromatography A, 873 (2000) 117-127; [LINK]
  • Molecular and morphologic approaches to discrimination of variability patterns in chub mackerel, Scomber japonicus; Maria Ines Roldan , Ricardo G. Perrotta , Marti Cortey , Carles Pla; Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 253 (2000) 63-74 [LINK]
  • Resistively Heated Gas Chromatography Coupled to Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry; Jens Dallüge, René Vreuls, Dick van Iperen, Martijn van Rijn, and Udo A.Th. Brinkman [PDF]
  • The Rapid Characterisation of Complex Mixtures using a Wide Dynamic Range Benchtop GC/TOF-MS; Jonathan Hughes, Lu Lin, Nick Bukowski [PDF]
  • Construction and application of a mass spectral and retention time index database generated from plant GC/EI-TOF-MS metabolite profiles, Phytochemistry, Volume 62, Issue 6, March 2003, Pages 887-900; Cornelia Wagner, Michael Sefkow and Joachim Kopka [DOI]
  • Automated storage of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry data in a relational database to facilitate compound screening and identification, Journal of Chromatography A, Volume 974, Issues 1-2, 18 October 2002, Pages 223-230
    J. A. Staeb, O. J. Epema, P. van Duijn, J. Steevens, V. A. Klap and I. L. Freriks [DOI]
  • The metabolic fate of dietary polyphenols in humans, Free Radical Biology and Medicine,  Volume 33, Issue 2, 15 July 2002,  Pages 220-235; Andreas R. Rechner, Gunter Kuhnle, Paul Bremner, Gary P. Hubbard, Kevin P. Moore and Catherine A. Rice-Evans [DOI]
  • Mechanism of imidazole and oxazole formation in [13C-2]-labelled glycine and alanine model systems, Food Chemistry,  Volume 81, Issue 3, June 2003, Pages 403-409; Varoujan A. Yaylayan and Luke J. W. Haffenden [DOI]
  • A simple approach for coupling liquid chromatography and electron ionization mass spectrometry, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry,  Volume 13, Issue 3, March 2002,  Pages 265-273, Achille Cappiello, Giorgio Famiglini, Filippo Mangani and Pierangela Palma [DOI]
  • Use of boiling point-Lee retention index correlation for rapid review of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry data , Analytica Chimica Acta,  Volume 494, Issues 1-2,  8 October 2003, Pages 235-243, William P. Eckel and Tobias Kind [DOI]


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