Monthly Archives: July 2010

Some great feedback from BSPR

Hello, I’ll introduce myself first; my name is Laura Smith and I’m the newest addition to the Nonlinear European Sales team. Being relatively new, I’m still getting to know our customers past, present and future, so this month I took the opportunity to meet some at the British Society for Proteome Research (BSPR) conference in […]

PTM discovery with Progenesis SameSpots

I like to discover new things, especially about something already familiar. This week it’s been Progenesis SameSpots and the biochemistry of tear drops. A lot of evidence from our users shows how it helps their research goals with protein differential expression analysis but a recent publication from teams across Australia shows how they applied Progenesis […]

On the dangers of subjectivity in your analysis

In recent analysis sessions at a local university, the worrying influence of human judgement in the reproducibility of results was made very clear. Students completing an exercise had shown great consistency in their analysis results using Progenesis SameSpots, right up to the point where they had to make a judgement call. And what was the […]