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Plant Volatilome Resources

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Background: In the current –omics era plant volatilome has enormous potential in enhancing our understanding of plant growth, defense, and productivity.

Focus: Plant volatiles pose enormous challenges in their identification and functional assignment due their chemical complexities and associated analytical challenges.

Prospects: However, there have been efforts to develop databases, softwares, and webservers to allow accurate identification of these volatiles. In this highlight, I summarize the past and current efforts in such endeavors.
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Keywords: GC-MS; SPME; VOC; Volatiles; annotation; database; plant

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2016

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  • Current Metabolomics publishes timely reviews, original research articles, thematic issues, and technical notes covering all aspects of the recent advancements and applications of metabolomics technology to systems biology, disease diagnosis, personalized medicine, and drug discovery. Original research articles and reviews in the following areas of metabolomics are of special interest to the readers of this journal:

    Application to humans, plants, microbes, cell cultures, tissues, organs, and biofluids
    Automation and high-throughput technology
    Bioinformatics
    Chemical and structural characterization of new metabolites
    Chemometrics, statistical analysis, and other approaches to data analysis
    Databases, including collections of reference spectra
    Disease biomarkers
    Drug discovery, efficacy, toxicity, and personalized medicine
    Integration of analytical techniques and/or various OMICS datasets
    Metabolic profiling and directed metabolite analysis
    New analytical experiments and techniques (NMR, MS, FTIR, etc)
    Novel sensors and instrumentation for detecting metabolites
    Sample preparation, extraction techniques and chromatography
    Software

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