Out now – Progenesis QI for proteomics v4.0

Our developers have been busy working on a new version of Progenesis QI for proteomics, and I’m very pleased to announce that it is now available to download.

What’s New?

  • Spectral libraries:  streamline the identification process with the use of the new spectral library search. You can now create and search spectral libraries in Progenesis QI for proteomics.
  • Support for SILAC: Progenesis QI for proteomics now seamlessly integrates with Proteolabels software, with workflows for SILAC and dimethyl labelling.
  • Integration with Symphony: you can now create a Progenesis QI for proteomics experiment from the Symphony data pipeline.
  • Support for SONAR data: SONAR is the latest DIA mode from Waters, providing additional specificity and clarity.
  • Export to PRIDE: mzIdentML exports can now be produced for upload to the PRIDE repository.

Other improvements

  • Improved workflow for Waters MSe data, with automatic peak detection thresholding to maximise number and quality of identifications, whilst improving software performance.

For more details, please download our “What’s New” document.

Where can I download it?

If you’re an existing customer with an up to date Coverwise plan, this upgrade is totally free of charge and very simple – you will receive an email with a direct download link as well as specific instructions on how to upgrade your dongle. In addition, if your Progenesis PC is connected to the internet, there should be a message in the Experiments list sidebar notifying you of this new version – if you click this, and your dongle is plugged in, you’ll be sent to the download page.

If you’re thinking of trying Progenesis QI for proteomics for the first time, you can download the software from here.

How will I know how to get the most out of the new features?

We’ve expanded our FAQs to cover the new features, as well as updating any previously available FAQs to reflect new behaviour. We’ve also updated our user guide if you’re looking for a step-by-step guide from start to finish.

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