Tackling CASMI 2012: Solutions from MetFrag and MetFusion
AbstractThe task in the critical assessment of small molecule identification (CASMI) contest category 2 was to determine the identification of (initially) unknown compounds for which high-resolution tandem mass spectra were published. We focused on computer-assisted methods that tried to correctly identify the compound automatically and entered the contest with MetFrag and MetFusion to score candidate structures retrieved from the PubChem structure database. MetFrag was combined with the metabolite-likeness score, which helped to improve the performance for the natural product challenges. We present the results, discuss the performance, and give details of how to interpret the MetFrag and MetFusion output. View Full-Text
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Ruttkies, C.; Gerlich, M.; Neumann, S. Tackling CASMI 2012: Solutions from MetFrag and MetFusion. Metabolites 2013, 3, 623-636.
Ruttkies C, Gerlich M, Neumann S. Tackling CASMI 2012: Solutions from MetFrag and MetFusion. Metabolites. 2013; 3(3):623-636.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ruttkies, Christoph; Gerlich, Michael; Neumann, Steffen. 2013. "Tackling CASMI 2012: Solutions from MetFrag and MetFusion." Metabolites 3, no. 3: 623-636.