Public Servers

Available Public PeakForest Servers

Public servers are opened to the metabolomics academic community. Please ask a account directly on the instance adapted of your study. This account will provide direct access to the portal and a token usable for REST services.


MetaboHUB Public MS and NMR library

MetaboHUB is the French National Facility in Metabolomics & Fluxomics created in 2013 in the framework of the Program “Investissements d’Avenir” (Investment for the Future) launched by the French Ministry of Research and Higher Education and the National Agency for Science (ANR). MetaboHUB aims at providing state-of-the-art tools, services and support in metabolomics and fluxomics to academic research teams and industrial partners in the fields of nutrition, health, agriculture and biotechnology. PeakForest was developped by MetaboHub within its bioinformatics workpackage. This public instance gathers a large part of public collections provides by MetaboHUB nodes from different instruments (LC/MS, GC/MS and NMR).

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PhytoHUB Public MS library

PhytoHub is a freely available electronic database containing detailed information about dietary phytochemicals and their human and animal metabolites. Around 1,200 polyphenols, terpenoids, alkaloids and other plant secondary metabolites present in commonly consumed foods (>350) are included, with >560 of their human or animal metabolites. For every phytochemical, the following is or will be soon available: 1) the chemical structure and identifyers 2) physico-chemical data such as solubility and physiological charge 3) the main dietary sources (extracted from the literature by a team of invited experts and from online databases such as FooDB and Phenol-Explorer) 4) known human metabolites (also manually extracted from the literature and from online databases by the curators), 5) in silico predicted metabolites, generated by Biotransformer (developed by Univ of Alberta) based on machine learning and expert knowledge of host and microbial metabolism, 6) monoisotopic mass and spectral data (collated from libraries of spectra such as MassBank and ReSpect (RIKEN MSn spectral database for phytochemicals), as well as from the literature and from our mass spectrometry/metabolomics laboratory and collaborating groups) 7) hyperlinks to other online databases. PeakForest collaborates with PhytoHUB within the FoodPhyt JPI project and will host all experimental spectra provided by project partners (Website)

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