Tag Archives: Progenesis QI for proteomics

Missing values: the hard truths

What problems do missing values cause for LC-MS data analysis?

Come and see us at ProteoMMX 4.0!

Book your appointment to meet with a member of the Nonlinear team at ProteoMMX 4.0.

Missing values: what’s the problem?

What are missing values and why are they a problem in LC-MS based ‘omics analysis?

Hi-N Quantitation For Clinical Discovery Proteomics

Find out about absolute quantification in Progenesis QI for proteomics.

Come and see us at ASMS 2015!

They say time flies when you’re having fun, so that must explain how it’s already time for ASMS 2015 – the  63rd annual conference for the American Society of Mass Spectrometry. This year it’s being held in St. Louis, MO, in America’s Center Convention Complex, with hospitality suites in the nearby Renaissance Grand Hotel. The […]

Spectral counting: why not?

One of the key considerations in bottom-up label-free proteomics analysis is the means of feature quantitation. Being peptide ions, measurements of these features are ‘rolled up’ into inferred proteins, but two main approaches can be taken to generating the data for this purpose. The first, and most commonly used, approach is MS1 (precursor-based) measurement such […]

Wall to wall proteomics in Berlin

A report from the Berlin Proteomic Forum (2015) on the topics under discussion and how Progenesis software can help.

Big cities and big science in Asia

Hi, my name’s Paul Goulding and I’m Nonlinear’s Business Development Manager for Asia, Africa and Australasia. I’ve been involved with sales to Asia and the Asia-Pacific region for many years now and have travelled to countries such as Japan, China, India, South Korea and Australia many times. This has given me the privilege of visiting […]

Have you read these 21 must-read proteomics articles?

At Nonlinear we get a lot of questions on the whole analysis process for proteomics data, from experimental design through to statistical analysis, QC, and database searching for protein and compound identities. For our own software and approaches, you may well find the answers to questions you have in our FAQs, and we’re always happy […]

Helping us to help you

Some time ago, we posted about the Progenesis Improvement Program (PIP), specifically about the reason why you should opt in: “Because it’s in your interest; you’ll get better, faster software as a result.” That’s a pretty ambitious claim – one lots of software companies make when trying to persuade you to participate in their feedback […]