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Professional software for setting up, signal processing and analysis of MRM and PRM measurements.

Now available: SpectroDive 8 supports library generation from DDA results and subsequent panel generation for data acquisition with Multiple or Parallel Reaction Monitoring (MRM and PRM) workflows.

Smartest peak picking algorithms enable extremely fast analysis of large datasets.

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Product number: Sw-3002

SpectroDive™ is Biognosys’ proprietary software for automated MS method set-up, signal processing and analysis of MRM and PRM experiments. Contact us for a FREE TRIAL!

SpectroDive™ features

  • Library generation from DDA results
  • MRM / PRM panel generation from library
  • Automated MS method set-up, signal processing and analysis
  • Integrated iRT calibration
  • Powerful peak scoring
  • Immediate and intuitive data visualization
  • Customized reporting
  • Fully automated quality control

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Supported instruments


  • Thermo Scientific™ TSQ™ Series (Vantage, Quantum, Quantiva)
  • AB SCIEX API 4000™
  • AB SCIEX Triple Quad™ 5500 
  • Agilent 6400 Series
  • Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Series
  • Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Series
  • AB SCIEX TripleTOF® Series (5600, 5600+, 6600)

System requirements

Minimum: Windows 7 x86, CPU Intel ® Core™ CPU 2.7 GHz (quad core), HDD 50 GB free space, Memory 4 GB, Software .NET 4.5.

Recommended: Windows 7 x64 or higher, CPU Intel Core i7 4770, 3.4 GHz (octa core) or more, HDD 50 GB free space (SSD), Memory 16 GB or more, Software .NET 4.5 or higher.

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Peer-Reviewed Papers

  1. Uzozie AC, Selevsek N, Wahlander A, Nanni P, Grossmann J, Weber A, Buffoli F, Marra G. Targeted Proteomics for Multiplexed Verification of Markers of Colorectal Tumorigenesis. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2017; 16(3):407-427.
  2. Iskandar AR, Titz B, Sewer A, Leroy P, Schneider T, Zanett F, et al. Systems toxicology meta-analysis of in vitro assessment studies. Toxicol. Res., 2017, Advance Article.
  3. Scharaw S, Iskar M, Ori A, Boncompain G, Laketa V, Poser I, et al. The endosomal transcriptional regulator RNF11 integrates degradation and transport of EGFR. J Cell Biol. 2016; 215(4):543-558.
  4. Ori A, Iskar M, Buczak K, Kastritis P, Parca L, Andrés-Pons A, Singer S, Bork P, Beck M. Spatiotemporal variation of mammalian protein complex stoichiometries. Genome Biol. 2016; 17(1):47.
  5. Cantonwine DE, Zhang Z, Rosenblatt K, Goudy KS, Doss RC, Ezrin AM, Page G, Brohman B, Mcelrath TF. Evaluation of proteomic biomarkers associated with circulating microparticles as an effective means to stratify the risk of spontaneous preterm birth. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2016 Feb 10. doi: 10.1016/j.ajog.2016.02.005.
  6. Poli M, Ori A, Child T, Jaroudi S, Spath K, Beck M, Wells D. Characterization and quantification of proteins secreted by single human embryos prior to implantation. EMBO Mol Med. 2015 Oct 15.
  7. Kiseleva OI, Romashova YA, Moskaleva NE, Petushkova NA, Teryaeva NB, Belyaev AY, Lisitsa AV. Plasma preparation to measure FDA-approved protein markers by selected reaction monitoring. Clin Transl Med. 2015; 4(1):32.
  8. von Appen A, Kosinski J, Sparks L, Ori A, DiGuilio AL, Vollmer B, Mackmull MT, Banterle N, Parca L, Kastritis P, Buczak K, Mosalaganti S, Hagen W, Andres-Pons A, Lemke EA, Bork P, Antonin W, Glavy JS, Bui KH, Beck M. In situ structural analysis of the human nuclear pore complex. Nature. 2015; 526(7571):140-3. 
  9. Ori A, Toyama BH, Harris MS, Bock T, Iskar M, et al. Integrated Transcriptome and Proteome Analyses Reveal Organ-Specific Proteome Deterioration in Old Rats. Cell Systems. 2015; 1(3): 224–237.
  10. Gaik M, Flemming D, von Appen A, Kastritis P, Mücke N, Fischer J, Stelter P, Ori A, et al. Structural basis for assembly and function of the Nup82 complex in the nuclear pore scaffold. J Cell Biol. 2015; 208(3):283-97. 

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Which Vendors are supported by SpectroDive?

SpectroDive supports Sciex, Agilent and Thermo instruments capable of MRM or PRM. For Thermo the method exported can directly be used in the instrument method set up without any further modifications. 

What measurement modes are supported?

SpectroDive supports MRM and PRM measurements for all the instruments capable of acquiring in one of the modes. 

How are the differential abundant candidates in the Post Analysis Perspective calculated?

To determine the proteins differentially abundant between different conditions SpectroDive is performing a one sample t-test on the log ratios of all features between all conditions. 

I do not like the default settings where can I change them?

The Biognosys factory settings or also called default settings have proven to be suitable for the majority of the experimental set up. Yet, sometimes individual settings are necessary. To perform data analysis using user defined settings there are two options available. Option 1: the settings are modified in the Review Perspective when setting up the experiment. Option 2: In the Settings Perspective the settings are modified and stored in a separate settings schema. 

I want to subject the data generated in SpectroDive to third party analysis tools how can I do this?

The Report Perspective is design in a way that all accessible information can be exported. For certain downstream analysis tools a reporting schema can be created based on the information needed. If you need help establishing a schema do not hesitate to contact us at

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