Author Archives: Paddy Lavery

Metabolomics data analysis of herbicide susceptible and resistant populations of black-grass using Progenesis software

Read about a new application note describing metabolite profiling of black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) using Progenesis software.

Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes for 2014

We are almost at the end of what has been an especially exciting year for us here at Nonlinear Dynamics and we’d like to take this time to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Seasons Greetings and a Happy New Year! Some of the things that really stood out for us this year include: Kicking off […]

Nonlinear Dynamics at the 12th HUPO World Congress

We are getting ready to attend the HUPO 12th Annual World Congress which starts in Yokohama, Japan on Saturday 14th September. This year’s theme is “The Evolution of Technology in Proteomics”, something Nonlinear is dedicated to as they support researchers with new software solutions. Nonlinear will be exhibiting alongside our long-standing Japanese distributor, SCRUM, on […]

Special Announcement by Duncan Barrie, General Manager, Nonlinear Dynamics

I am pleased to announce that as of today, Nonlinear Dynamics has become a part of Waters Corporation. Waters and Nonlinear Dynamics began partnering nearly two years ago on a new informatics software product called TransOmics™, the first versions of which were released last year for the Waters® SYNAPT® G2-S High Definition Mass Spectrometer. Based […]

9th Annual International Conference of the Metabolomics Society

Last week we attended the 9th Annual International Conference of the Metabolomics Society at the SECC in Glasgow, Scotland. It was our first time at this meeting so it was a great opportunity to find out first-hand what challenges researchers are facing within metabolomics and preview the latest developments in Progenesis CoMet. Oral presentations With […]

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 […]

Progenesis CoMet Application Note – rapid validation of LC-MS approach for non-targeted metabolomics

If you need to set-up and validate the potential of LC-MS for non-targeted metabolomics, Progenesis CoMet makes it much simpler and quicker. Our application note shows data analysis could be performed in hours, not weeks, to demonstrate LC-MS would differentiate pig adipose samples with and without “taint”, a characteristic that impacts boar meat production. The […]

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 […]

Progenesis CoMet v2.0 released for LC-MS-based metabolomics

Early last year we announced a beta version of Progenesis CoMet v2.0 was available so we could get feedback on a radical new workflow we introduced.  After showing it to many metabolomics researchers and finalising the development work we have now released Progenesis CoMet v2.0. The latest version has new features but retains the benefits […]

Progenesis ClearSpec – reduce the spectral complexity of high resolution MS/MS spectra

It’s always exciting to write a blog post announcing a new product and this one is something different. We have developed a simple application, called Progenesis ClearSpec, which fulfils a critical task for protein characterisation by deisotoping and charge deconvoluting thousands of high-resolution MS/MS spectra in seconds. Until recently this stand-alone application was only available […]