Monthly Archives: October 2010

Establish and maintain 2D gel quality within your lab

Since the release of Progenesis SameSpots v4.1 including the SpotCheck workflow, we’ve generated more information to show how you can apply it to gain confidence in running 2D gels for proteomics. If you’re not familiar with Progenesis SpotCheck already, there is a short video introducing what it is and how it works, using a story […]

Wine and proteomics at Proteomlux

I’d like to introduce myself — I am Juliet Evans and I work in the sales team at Nonlinear Dynamics. As I have young family, I do not travel often, so it was a real pleasure to attend Proteomlux, the International Conference on Proteomics in Plants, Microorganisms and Environment. Most of my work involves telephone […]

First look: new features in Progenesis LC-MS v3.0

Earlier this year, at ASMS, we showed a sneak preview of the next version of Progenesis LC-MS. I’m pleased to say that v3.0 is now in its final testing phase and should be released very shortly. But… what’s new? Fractionation support If you’re fractionating your samples, the most exciting new feature for you is the […]

A lifeboat for Ludesi Users?

This is a follow-up post to one earlier this week about the Ludesi Bankruptcy (Swedish version; English version here). The Ludesi situation may leave some scientists ‘stranded at sea’ in their research and Nonlinear would like to offer a lifeboat. We know how important your research is and we do not want to see work […]

The end of Ludesi and REDFIN?

This week, we heard news that Ludesi, the company behind REDFIN, had been declared bankrupt (Swedish version; English version here). While the website is still live, it’s unclear how long it will remain so or whether it’s still possible to analyse experiments using it. If you’re one of Ludesi’s customers, now might be a good […]