Program Functionality Reviews
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Proteomic and MS Programs
|New Proteome Cluster from Bioproximity, a fee-for-service on-line protein database MS search engine|
|New MassQC MassQC uses a battery of metrics to evaluate a standard protein digest. MassQC brings quality to proteomics. This program evaluates your mass spectrometers system suitability. MassQC lets you know how well your system is performing giving you the information you need to proceed with a simple or complex proteomic experiment. Start with a free demo copy of MassQC, which is fully functional for 30 days. The demo version has all of the functionality of the licensed version.|
|OMSSA -Learn how to download, install, and use OMSSA a free protein database MS search engine. In addition, learn to search mass spectrometry data with OMSSA. This was an easy install.|
|Phenyx ® - This is a review of the MS based, sequence database search engine, Phenyx ® from Geneva Bioinformatics (GeneBio) S.A. Specifically, this is a review of the freely available web version of Phenyx. Phenyx is also available as a fully functional local version. The web version is very powerful, only limited by an inability to upload custom databases, and limited by the number of data files that can be up loaded at any one time. Currently the web version of Phenyx allows the simultaneous upload of four data files per session.|
|ReAdW is an updated version of t2x. ReAdW is able to convert ThermoFinnigan, Xcalibur 1.4, MS .raw files to mzXML, whereas t2x could not. ReAdW is also backwards compatible with Xcalibur 1.3. The program works just about the same as t2x, except that now you need to specify whether the data is centroid or profile. The conversion to mzXML seems to be a lot faster with ReAdW.|
|CompassXport - Is a free program from Bruker that will convert Bruker and some Agilent MS datafiles to the new mzXML universal MS file format. Support mzXML.|
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1 vote (high on our list, free from ExPASy, 3D mapping and
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