ChromaDex, Scripps Reach Deal to Generate Tandem Mass Spec Data for Metabolite Database | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Natural products firm ChromaDex and the Scripps Center for Metabolomics have formed a partnership to generate tandem mass spectrometry data for compounds for inclusion in a metabolite database

Data from compounds from ChromaDex's products and phytochemical catalog will be included in the Scripps Metlin Metabolite Database, which contains metabolite information, such as tandem mass spectrometry information, for more than 55,000 potentially therapeutic compounds.

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