Monthly Archives: January 2011

Increase productivity with wildcard searching in Progenesis LC-MS and SameSpots

Useful! A regular expression quick-reference coffee mug! One feature that was added to both Progenesis SameSpots and Progenesis LC-MS in the past year is the ability to search for gels, runs, and peptides using regular expressions. But what’s a regular expression? Here’s what regular‑expressions.info has to say: A regular expression (or ‘regex’) is a special [...]

How do you generate reliable proteomics results where genomic data is limited?

I met Michelle Cilia, Kevin Howe and  Ted Thannhauser in Salt Lake City during ASMS last year and heard how they use Progenesis SameSpots to support proteomics research at the USDA-ARS. I learnt what they do to run well designed experiments then apply tags and correlation analysis to generate reliable results.  I’ll cover that in [...]

New additions to the Nonlinear team

In the last 12 months, Progenesis LC-MS has really taken off with some of the leading researchers adopting our quantify-then-identify approach. Our sales team have been so busy with demos and evaluations, we decided at the end of 2010 we needed to expand and bring in even more expertise. So we are delighted to welcome [...]

A new year and a new release of Progenesis LC-MS

Hello to all of our blog readers! (the popularity of our blog is rapidly growing ) We’d like to wish you all a very happy new year, and we hope that 2011 brings you much success and happiness. There was a flurry of activity at the end of 2010, as we were keen to squeeze [...]