Monthly Archives: August 2010

Help, right where you need it

In the up-coming release of Progenesis LC-MS v3.0 — currently in its beta programme — we’re debuting a new integrated help feature. In the top-right of all new screens (we’ve yet to retro-fit it to existing screens), you’ll find a Help tab: When clicked, this drops down to reveal a set of links to further […]

Introducing Progenesis SpotCheck, for monitoring the reproducibility of your 2D gel running

In my last blog post, I talked about the need to minimise subjectivity in your analysis. It’s an area of great importance, as recognised by the Fixing Proteomics campaign, so I’m really excited to be able to introduce Progenesis SpotCheck. SpotCheck is a new workflow in Progenesis SameSpots that assesses the reproducibility of your gel-running. […]

Label-free quantification of membrane proteins

Measuring expression changes of membrane proteins can be a challenge but they are the source of important molecular processes in disease progression. The group of Marius Ueffing (Department of Protein Science, Helmholtz Zentrum München) have shown that, with the right approach and our quantify then identify workflow, you can generate highly-sensitive, reproducible label-free quantification of […]