iMS2Flux provides you with an intuitive and easy to use application that allows you to analyze the metabolic flux of stable isotope labelled mass spectral data.
iMS2Flux can be used for analyzing amino acids, FAMEs, glycerol, glucose, cell wall compounds and soluable metabolites.
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iMS2Flux provides you with a graphical interface for analysing isotope labelling data. It enables you to evaluate the metabolic flux and also to study isotope effects for different molecules.
iMS2Flux is able to analyse data from experimental (experiment name, source, instrument and/or method) and theoretical (structure, retention time, mass and/or mass/charge) data.
Iso-Flux is based on a set of MATLAB scripts (Mathworks, Natick MA) and requires a prior conversion of experimental and theoretical data into a format compatible with Matlab.
iMS2Flux Analysis Steps:
Once the required data has been loaded into the application, iMS2Flux can be run in four steps:
1. Set up an experiment
2. Setup a model and run analysis
3. Visualization of results and export
4. Constraint based flux analysis
iMS2Flux Data Output:
iMS2Flux provides three main outputs:
1. Data in FASTA format for every single isotopomer
2. Expected isotopomer distribution
3. Isotope effects
iMS2Flux Screenshots:
iMS2Flux displays the following data:
1. Main window, which displays information about the experiment, isotopomer and structure
2. Isotopomer list with selected isotopomers
3. Stable carbon isotope fractionation
4. Expected isotopomer distribution
5. Isotope effects


Iso-Flux is a MATLAB based (Mathworks) software package for converting any kind of stable isotope labelled data into the appropriate format for a mass spectral based data analysis.
Iso-Flux is capable of the following analysis:
1. Isotope abundance measurement
2. Isotope fractionation calculation
3. Visualization of isotope fractionation effects
4. Analysis of cell wall components
5. Analysis of EPS
6. Deconvolution of experimental data
7. Model based flux analysis

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Isotope Fractionation Toolbox for iMS2Flux

MATLAB scripts for the Iso-Flux analysis toolbox.
iMS2Flux can be used for analysing experimental (experiment name, source, instrument and/or method) and

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iMS2Flux converts a set of isotopic peaks to metabolite production and consumption rates and provides a graphical representation of the flux at each time step.
Compounds, Reaction Rates and Pathways:
iMS2Flux converts the isotopic peaks into the isotopic signature of the compounds being tested.
Compounds can be assigned reaction rates based on information in the CDATA structure.
Compounds can be assigned metabolic pathways based on information in the CDATA structure.
The reaction rates can be used to analyze the metabolic flux at the compound or pathway level.
Algorithm Overview:
iMS2Flux converts the peaks into compounds and then attempts to assign reaction rates to each of these compounds.
Each compound is tested in the CPP of the substrate. The compounds which exceed the threshold of that CPP are assigned a rate.
The algorithm also determines whether a compound can be assigned to a metabolite or not. Metabolite assignment will be used in the model to determine compounds which have been consumed and compounds which have been produced.
In the case of the FAMEs, the reaction rates will only be assigned for compounds which have been assigned to a metabolite.
If the compound is not assigned a rate, then it is considered not to be produced or consumed.
The algorithm can optionally output the compound to be tested against its stoichiometric data. This can be useful when a compound is being processed to determine how to accurately predict the stoichiometric data.
Graphical Output:
iMS2Flux will generate a graphical output which shows the pathway level fluxes at each time step.
The user can select the time points to be shown.
The user can also view the compound specific fluxes for each compound which is output from the model.
Graphical Documentation:
iMS2Flux has a user friendly manual which can be found at:
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The GUI is complete.
The GUI allows you to select the MS2Flux program for each type of data that is inputted.
The GUI is also designed to be easily extendable.
There are currently 6 input data types (peri-lipids, lipidomics, acyl-lipids, nucleotides, FAMEs, Soluble metabolites).
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iMS2Flux (impeller mass spectrometry flux) is a tool that provides a user friendly interface for analyzing fluxes from stable isotope labelled mass spectra. The software packages that are included with iMS2Flux allow for the calculation of fluxes from the analysis of (1) amino acids, FAMEs, glycerol, glucose, cell wall compounds and (2) soluble metabolites.
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