Monthly Archives: November 2015

Hi-N Quantitation For Clinical Discovery Proteomics

Progenesis QI for proteomics provides untargeted absolute quantitation of all identified proteins via the Hi-N method. This post explains the method and how it can be a useful tool for discovery proteomics in a clinical setting. What is Hi-N? Hi-N is a label-free quantitation method allowing absolute quantitation of all identified proteins in a sample, […]

Food for thought at RAFA 2015

Last week, I attended the 7th symposium on Recent Advances in Food Analysis with some of my colleagues from NLD and Waters. The congress was held in the beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic, famous for its old architecture and buildings like the astronomical clock, Charles Bridge and the castle. It was my […]