Shotgun proteomics, also known as data-dependent acquisition (DDA), plays an important role in the generation of spectral libraries, qualitative proteome analysis, and the identification of post-translational modifications. In addition, recent innovations in isobaric labeling quantification, with the introduction of novel tags and wider multiplexing options, add accurate quantification of the proteome and widen the applications of shotgun proteomics for quantitative analysis.
SpectroMine™ expands the possibilities for researchers in shotgun proteomics:
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The brochure provides you with an overview of the key features and benefits which make SpectroMine the most powerful and user-friendly solution for DDA proteomics. The brochure ela [...]
The brochure provides you with an overview of the key features and benefits which make SpectroMine the most powerful and user-friendly solution for DDA proteomics.
The SpectroMine manual is designed to support users and leverage their DDA and ILQ data analysis experience. It covers software features and analysis workflows and guides the user [...]
contains: 10 raw files, FASTA file, Condition setup file, Experiment file (psar file), Source publication (Jan Muntel et al.)
Fabia Simona from our Product Support Team walks you through the analysis of Isobaric Labling Quantification (ILQ) data with SpectroMine. Get recommendations for important settings [...]
Getting detailed information on peptide-spectrum matches (PSMs) is important to verify identifications and access to PSM information is required for data submission to many journal [...]
In this seminar held at HUPO Connect 2020, we launched SpectroMine 2, our software for DDA and isobaric labeling quantification (ILQ) workflows. The first part of the seminar cente [...]
In the context of HUPO Connect 2020 and the launch of SpectroMine 2, we invited two guest speakers to present their outstanding research. Dr. Mikhail Savitski and Prof. Erwin Schoo [...]