Author Archives: Steve Anderson

Progenesis plugins: gotta catch ’em all!

Progenesis QI plug-ins handle different file formats, search methods and pathways tools, giving a flexible, up-to-date approach to Omics research

Identification scoring in Progenesis QI

Steven Anderson shows how you can increase confidence in your metabolomics IDs, using the additional dimensions of your data in Progenesis QI.

Hi-N Quantitation For Clinical Discovery Proteomics

Find out about absolute quantification in Progenesis QI for proteomics.

5 key steps to peak picking that make Progenesis QI better

In Progenesis QI, peak picking is more than just detecting MS peaks in profiled LC-MS data…

Creating custom fragmentation databases using Progenesis QI

One of the major new features in Progenesis QI (the successor to Progenesis CoMet) is the ability to create fragmentation databases from your experimental data, which can subsequently be used to assist identification. This blog post will show you how to start building your own. Identification phase The first step in creating a fragmentation database […]

Latest developments in fragmentation support for Progenesis CoMet

This post refers to Progenesis CoMet, which has since been superseded by Progenesis QI. While all of the features described remain relevant, we’ve now extended the software’s capabilities beyond what’s here. A fuller description of the new product can be found here. Thanks! The Nonlinear Support Team Here on the Nonlinear development team, we’re busy […]

Support for AB SCIEX WIFF files in Progenesis and wider search engine support

We’re always looking to improve our support for vendor specific data formats, and we are pleased to announce that Progenesis LC‑MS and Progenesis CoMet now support direct loading of AB SCIEX WIFF files. Previously, we recommended users of AB SCIEX machines convert their WIFF files to mzML prior to importing into Progenesis. The release of […]