Monthly Archives: July 2011

How we support our Progenesis users

We want all of our customers to get the most of their Progenesis software, and of course we want to help with any queries. The following support system has been designed to keep our users up and running and getting research data they can rely on. Coverwise When you buy a licence of Progenesis, it includes […]

How to choose the best reference run for data analysis with Progenesis LC-MS

Update: Since this blog post was first published, a new version of Progenesis LC-MS  has been released with an option to automatically select an alignment reference. The run chosen will be the one that gives the best results from automatic alignment, thereby taking a lot of the subjectivity and hard work out of the equation. […]

Gas phase fractionation and Progenesis LC-MS: perfect partners

This post refers to Progenesis LC-MS, which has since been superseded by Progenesis QI for proteomics. All of the features described, however, remain relevant. A fuller description of the new product can be found here. Update: since this blog post was first published, a new version of the software has been released with direct support […]

Co-detection: The secret to reliably quantifying & identifying the same peptides on all your LC-MS runs

A question that we get asked by people new to Progenesis LC-MS is “why is the final list of proteins in my experiment exactly the same in every group?” The simple answer, and part of the power of Progenesis LC-MS, is co-detection. Co-detection is what we call our approach to peak picking based on an […]