Tag Archives: Progenesis LC-MS

A round up from the Proteomic Forum Berlin meeting

Last week I attended the Proteomic Forum Berlin, held every 2 years at the Freie Universität 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 Universität, Berlin The meeting is full of presentations and […]

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

Details of the latest developments in Progenesis LC-MS, new release now available with more automation and quality assurance measures.

The one reason you should join the Progenesis Improvement Program

Because it’s in your interest; you’ll get better, faster software as a result. 🙂 But there are other reasons too: It’s completely automated, so you won’t ever have to do anything after opting in If you ever change your mind, you’re in control; you can opt-out instantly, at any time We only collect information that […]

Number of publications citing Progenesis for quantitative proteomics continues to increase

We’ve been keeping track of the number of papers that we can find citing Progenesis SameSpots or Progenesis LC-MS  for over 4 years now.  January is often a time to reflect back on the previous year, so how did the number of publications in 2012 compare to previous years? You can see the number of […]

At last! Pain-free reviewing in the Progenesis workflow

One of the great benefits of all of the software in the Progenesis range is the visualization of your data throughout the analysis process. Being able to skip back and review any stage of the analysis gives you confidence in that analysis and the freedom to explore your data. For a long time, however, there […]

A round up of HUPO 2012, Boston

As mentioned in a previous post, we attended the HUPO 11th Annual World Congress in Boston recently. I was lucky enough to attend so I can share some of the highlights from each day with you. The HUPO council meeting was held on Sunday. Here HUPO shared its vision for the future. One aim is […]

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 […]

Now you can analyse labelled samples and perform absolute quantification with Progenesis LC-MS

This post refers to Progenesis LC-MS, which has since been superseded by Progenesis QI for proteomics. All of the information described, however, remains relevant. A fuller description of the new product can be found here. Thanks! The Nonlinear Support Team A new publication and software toolkit from the Protein Function Group at the University of […]

Waters and Nonlinear co-develop analysis solutions for large-scale, complex data sets

Following our earlier blog post announcing that we had embarked on a major project with Waters Corporation to supply software as part of their new ‘Omics Research Platform Solution we can bring you a progress update. The formal agreement has been signed and a press release made by Waters Corporation, which was reported the same […]

ASMS 2012 in Vancouver, and a tip for immunoprecipitation

Last week, Nonlinear Dynamics attended ASMS, this year being held in the lovely city of Vancouver, in Canada. While the weather demonstrated why the city has the nickname of Rain City, Vancouver and its Convention Centre made a great venue, leaving Minneapolis with a lot to live up to next year. Given the announcement of […]