PhenoMeNal (Phenome and Metabolome aNalysis) is a comprehensive and standardised e-infrastructure that supports the data processing and analysis pipelines for molecular phenotype data generated by metabolomics applications.
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We are pleased to announce our 2018.08 release “Dalcotidine” featuring stability, new tools, workflows and updates to the PhenoMeNal Cloud Research Portal #metabolomics #einfrastructures #H2020 #metabolomics

The @PhnmlH2020 e-infrastructure supports medical metabolomics and is now working with EGI to deploy VREs on the EGI Federated Cloud... find out more from this short video:

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Release Dalcotidine now Live

The PhenoMeNal release team is happy to announce its 2018.08 release “Dalcotidine”! The release focuses on stability, introduction of new tools and workflows and updates to the PhenoMeNal Cloud Research Portal user interface in response to the feedback we have received in our usability tests. A summary of the notable new features in 2018.08 are:…

Webinar – Metabolomics in Systems Biology

Date: Tuesday 17 July 2018, 11:00 -  12:00 (BST) Abstract: This webinar will show how the interpretation of metabolomics data can be boosted by deploying systems biology approaches. Systems biology-enhanced analysis of data can provide insights into the molecular mechanisms that originated the observed metabolic profiles, enhancing the impact of metabolomics studies. In this webinar we provide an overview of system…

PhenoMeNal on EGI Federated Cloud

PhenoMeNal VREs are now successfully deployed on EGI Federated Cloud resources (Cloud provider IN2P3-IRES). The achievement was a joint effort between the  EGI Federated Cloud and the PhenoMeNal consortium. To find out more read the article in the latest issue of the EGI newsletter.