Monthly Archives: March 2013

A round up from the Proteomic Forum Berlin meeting

Last week I attended the Proteomic Forum Berlin, held every 2 years at the Freie Universit├Ąt in the Dahlem district of Berlin. Despite the snowy weather around 400 participants attended the many talks and social events over five days. A snowy Henry-Ford building at the Freie Universit├Ąt, Berlin The meeting is full of presentations and […]

A new release of Progenesis LC-MS. Version 4.1 now available

Progenesis LC-MS has been developed to help you find and quantify the proteins showing interesting behaviour in your label-free samples. The benefits of using this software are wide-ranging, including accurate protein quantification, minimal data loss in your experiments, increased protein coverage and much more. We have been working hard on a new release of Progenesis […]

Progenesis CoMet Application Note – rapid validation of LC-MS approach for non-targeted metabolomics

If you need to set-up and validate the potential of LC-MS for non-targeted metabolomics, Progenesis CoMet makes it much simpler and quicker. Our application note shows data analysis could be performed in hours, not weeks, to demonstrate LC-MS would differentiate pig adipose samples with and without “taint”, a characteristic that impacts boar meat production. The […]