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INRA
24, chemin de Borde Rouge –Auzeville – CS52627
31326 Castanet Tolosan CEDEX - France

Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Metatoul

Zone de texte éditable et éditée et rééditée

Metatoul - AXIOM

(Toxalim, INRAE, Saint Martin du Touch)

AXIOM

Specific activities  (website

 

  • Structural identification of metabolites of xenobiotics by MS and NMR
  • Untargeted metabolomics by high resolution MS and / or NMR from biological fluids or tissues, including statistical data analysis and biomarker research
  • Quantitative or qualitative analysis of contaminants, metabolites and biomarkers in complex matrices and biological fluids
  • Development of analytical methods based on high resolution MS for the screening and characterization of metabolites families
  • Development of statistical tools for data processing
  • Development of bioinformatics methods for data mining and reconstruction of metabolic networks
  • Development of sample preparations, of separation methods applied to the analysis of contaminants, metabolites or biomarkers, which may include the use of radionuclides
  • Organic synthesis for the preparation of small molecules (MW <1000), mainly xenobiotics, newly formed or from biotransformations (a few to a few mg g)

Platform co-director and site scientific director : Laurent DEBRAUWER

Site directors : Cécile CANLET and Emilien JAMIN

Tel : 05 82 06 63 94

Associated personnel

LDE

Laurent DEBRAUWER

Platform co-director, site scientific director, MS engineer

CCA

Cécile CANLET

Site director, NMR engineer

EJA

Emilien JAMIN

Site director, MS engineer

SCH

Sylvie CHEVOLLEAU

Chromatographic separation and MS engineer

RGM

Roselyne GAUTIER

Chemical analysis technician

IJA

Isabelle JOUANIN

Organic synthesis engineer

FJO

Fabien JOURDAN

Research director in bioinformatic and metabolic networks (web)

JFM

Jean-François MARTIN

Statistician engineer

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Loïc Mervant

MS PhD student

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Carla ORLANDI

MS engineer

MTF

Marie TREMBLAY-FRANCO

Statistician engineer

FVI

Florence VINSON

Bioinformatic engineer

ABO

Alyssa BOUVILLE

Chemical analysis technician

RobinCostantino

Robin COSTANTINO

MS engineer

Location

Toxalim UMR1331, INRAE/INP/UPS,

180 chemin de Tournefeuille

BP93173, F-31027 Toulouse cédex 3

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Laboratory website

AXIOM website

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