Jean-Luc Wolfender focuses on Chromatography, Metabolomics, Mass spectrometry, Metabolite and High-performance liquid chromatography. Jean-Luc Wolfender studies Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry which is a part of Chromatography. The Metabolomics study combines topics in areas such as Food science, Computational biology and Identification, Botany.
Jean-Luc Wolfender has researched Mass spectrometry in several fields, including Detection limit, Metabolite profiling and Arabidopsis thaliana. His studies in Metabolite integrate themes in fields like Data mining, Identification, Microorganism, Artificial intelligence and Machine learning. His High-performance liquid chromatography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sample preparation, Glycoside, Thermospray, Phytochemical and Polyphenol.
His primary scientific interests are in Chromatography, Mass spectrometry, High-performance liquid chromatography, Metabolomics and Stereochemistry. His Chromatography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Analytical chemistry. His specific area of interest is Mass spectrometry, where he studies Tandem mass spectrometry.
His studies link Phytochemical with High-performance liquid chromatography. The concepts of his Metabolomics study are interwoven with issues in Metabolite, Computational biology and Drug discovery. His study in Stereochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cladosporium cucumerinum and Candida albicans.
Traditional medicine, Chromatography, Metabolomics, Ethyl acetate and Computational biology are his primary areas of study. His study in Countercurrent chromatography and High-performance liquid chromatography are all subfields of Chromatography. Jean-Luc Wolfender focuses mostly in the field of Metabolomics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Biochemistry and, in certain cases, Botrytis cinerea and Cork cambium.
His Ethyl acetate research includes elements of Tandem mass spectrometry and Peucedanum. His Computational biology research incorporates themes from Identification, Feature, Metabolite profiling and Workflow. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pharmacognosy and Mass spectrometry.
Jean-Luc Wolfender mainly focuses on Metabolomics, Chromatography, In silico, High resolution and Molecular networking. The Metabolomics study combines topics in areas such as Terpene, Traditional medicine, Momordica and Computational biology. Jean-Luc Wolfender works in the field of Chromatography, focusing on Countercurrent chromatography in particular.
His research integrates issues of Human pathogen, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Microbiology and Virulence in his study of In silico. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lipid peroxidation, Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry and Bacopa in addition to Molecular networking. The various areas that Jean-Luc Wolfender examines in his Chemometrics study include Metabolome and Tandem mass spectrometry.
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Sharing and community curation of mass spectrometry data with Global Natural Products Social Molecular Networking
Mingxun Wang;Jeremy J Carver;Vanessa V Phelan;Laura M Sanchez.
Nature Biotechnology (2016)
Current approaches and challenges for the metabolite profiling of complex natural extracts
Jean-Luc Wolfender;Guillaume Marti;Aurélien Thomas;Samuel Bertrand.
Journal of Chromatography A (2015)
The pharmaceutical industry and natural products: historical status and new trends
Bruno David;Jean-Luc Wolfender;Daniel A. Dias.
Phytochemistry Reviews (2015)
Metabolite induction via microorganism co-culture: A potential way to enhance chemical diversity for drug discovery
Samuel Bertrand;Nadine Bohni;Sylvain Schnee;Olivier Schumpp.
Biotechnology Advances (2014)
Evaluation of quadrupole time-of-flight tandem mass spectrometry and ion-trap multiple-stage mass spectrometry for the differentiation of C-glycosidic flavonoid isomers.
Patrice Waridel;Jean-Luc Wolfender;Karine Ndjoko;Kirsten R. Hobby.
Journal of Chromatography A (2001)
The Potential of African Plants as a Source of Drugs
Kurt Hostettmann;Andrew Marston;Karine Ndjoko;Jean-Luc Wolfender.
Current Organic Chemistry (2000)
Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Jasmonate Synthesis and Accumulation in Arabidopsis in Response to Wounding
Gaetan Glauser;Elia Grata;Lucie Dubugnon;Serge Rudaz.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2008)
Antileishmanial Activity of Dimeric Flavonoids Isolated from Arrabidaea brachypoda
Vinícius P. C. Rocha;Cláudia Quintino da Rocha;Emerson Ferreira Queiroz;Laurence Marcourt.
Integration of Molecular Networking and In-Silico MS/MS Fragmentation for Natural Products Dereplication
Pierre-Marie Allard;Tiphaine Péresse;Jonathan Bisson;Katia Gindro.
Analytical Chemistry (2016)
Velocity estimates for signal propagation leading to systemic jasmonic acid accumulation in wounded Arabidopsis.
Gaetan Glauser;Lucie Dubugnon;Seyed A.R. Mousavi;Serge Rudaz.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2009)
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