Tag Archives: Proteomics

30 years of Nonlinear Dynamics

Nonlinear Dynamics celebrates 30 years of being in business this year-end.

The importance of the surfaceome and its interactors

We love to hear how our customers are using Progenesis QI and Progenesis QI for proteomics. It’s great to learn what they are researching and how Progenesis can help them. It’s also nice to find out more about the people behind the research. Our latest blog post features Dr Maria Pavlou and her interesting work […]

Can Progenesis adapt to your application?

Breadth and scope of Progenesis software across market sectors

YPIC Challenge

Young Proteomics Investigators Club challenge

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

Progenesis QI features at ASMS 2017 in the Waters Breakfast Seminars with exciting new functionality showcased.

Stop looking; start seeing

The new data independent acquisition mode SONAR works with Progenesis to give you more accurate quantitation and identification.

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

Use Progenesis QI to check LC-MS data, free of charge. QC your data while still acquiring to quickly identify potential issues with samples

ProteoMMX 3.0 – Proteomics gets the royal treatment

The meeting was very much about research – it was a chance for researchers to tell the industrial sponsors what they want out of technology, and where the world of proteomics is heading

Sun, saunas and science – the 2014 Nordic Proteomics Conference

Agnès Corbin reports from the 2014 Nordic Proteomics Conference, held in Turku-Åbo, Finland.

5 sample running problems highlighted by ion intensity maps

A typical LC-MS run, viewed as an ion intensity map (click to enlarge). “What is an ion intensity map?” I hear you ask. At least, if you’re new to Progenesis QI, that may be your first question. The ion intensity map (or “ion map” for short) that’s used in Progenesis is what many first-time users […]