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INRAE

24, chemin de Borde Rouge -Auzeville - CS52627 31326 Castanet Tolosan cedex - France

Last update: May 2021

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Metatoul

Zone de texte éditable et éditée et rééditée

Metatoul - AXIOM

(Toxalim, INRAE, Saint Martin du Touch)

  • 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 mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) applied to metabolites
  • 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

J FEREY-E20-2

Justine Ferey

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)

JF2020-2

Jean-François MARTIN

Statistician engineer

Photo website LMR2

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

K WAGNER-E20-2

Kevin Wagner

MS engineer

J OULES-E20-2

Justin Oules

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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