Author Archives: Syed Bukhari

Stay in the fast lane with Progenesis at ASMS 500, Indianapolis, 2017

The ASMS 2017 meeting follows the Indianapolis 500 – if you’re there, maybe you can still smell the burning rubber in the air. Comparisons can be drawn between the intense Indy 500 race and the jam-packed annual ASMS meeting… instead of IndyCars battling through the pack to secure their winnings, scientists race between the convention […]

Do you only check data quality when something has gone wrong?

Generating proteomics data from an LC-MS platform is by no-means inexpensive, a great deal of time is invested into preparing samples, preparing the columns and optimizing the mass spec conditions to generate this complex and rich data. With so many parameters that can and do go wrong, can you really afford to throw your data […]

3 benefits for your compound data analysis you don’t want to miss!

Kai and Ting-Li have very kindly written an article about how they have benefited from an easy to use interface, were able to overcome challenges around correcting retention time shifts, and gained confidence in their ability to identify small molecules, correctly, by employing Progenesis QI to intelligently rank possible identifications. Moreover, they recount how Progenesis […]

Missing values: the hard truths

  “I could burst into tears… I spent weeks of time and effort on sample collection, instrument optimisation, sample running, and data generation from a very expensive LC-MS setup that has the resolving power to find tiny but significant differences between my conditions, only to find that my data analysis led me down a dead […]

A busy summer for Nonlinear in Europe

The busy European summer conference season is almost upon us, so I’d just like to share with you all of the opportunities you’ll have to meet us and learn about the Progenesis range. IMSC 2014 It all kicks off in the last week of August with the bi-annual International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC), this year […]

Talking LC/MS vs. NMR with the big cheeses of French metabolomics

I’m pleased to report back after my first conference and first visit to France, having just attended The French Metabolomics and Fluxomics Network (RFMF) meeting. This is a key meeting for metabolomics research in France, bringing together both young and seasoned scientists to discuss methods and analysis in metabolomics research, which in France is heavily […]

New Progenesis launched at Analytica 2014

This morning at Analytica 2014, we officially launched the new and rebranded releases of both our proteomics and small molecule data analysis solutions; and to coincide with this, we’ve also rebranded our website. “Progenesis QI” is the new name for Progenesis CoMet / TransOmics™ Informatics for Metabolomics and Lipidomics, while “Progenesis QI for proteomics” is […]