Solutions for your proteomics and metabolomics data analysis–come and see us at HUPO, Boston

We have made our final preparations for the HUPO 11th Annual World Congress which starts in Boston, Massachusetts on Sunday 9th Sept and we are really looking forward to what promises to be a great meeting.

We will be based in the exhibit hall, at booth #404, and our data analysis specialists will be on hand to help with all of your proteomics and metabolomics data queries.

Get a demonstration of any of the products in the Progenesis range, which  is platform independent and will integrate seamlessly into your workflow, irrespective of the instrument you are using.

Progenesis LC-MS –  allows you to visualise your complex data and minimise data loss in your experiments through the quantify-then-identify approach.

BRAND NEW! – Progenesis LC-MS now allows you to analyse SILAC data or other mass shift peptides when used alongside the Progenesis Post Processor (PPP) application.

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Progenesis SameSpots – for fast 2D gel analysis which is reproducible across labs. No missing values in your results means you can confidently perform multivariate statistical analysis. There is also an integrated SpotCheck workflow so you can measure each gel to ensure it meets your lab’s quality requirements. It is a fully comprehensive, easy to use software for all your 2D needs.

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Progenesis CoMet – reliably quantify-then-identify relative differences in compound abundance for discovery-based metabolomics. Promotes an objective approach to analysis with automatic deconvolution of ions to generate a final list of compounds which can be easily shared or validated.

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In addition to our activities at the booth, my colleague, Paddy Lavery, will be presenting a poster at the meeting. It is number 108, “Proteomic Analysis of Cellvibrio japonicus UEDA 107 using Gas Phase Fractionation and 2D Gel Electrophoresis”

If you’d like to stop by, he will be presenting his poster on Tues 11th & Thurs 13th Sept – 10:30-12:00, and would be very happy to talk you through the application of Progenesis in the study.

Here’s to a successful meeting in Boston, we hope to see you there!

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