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Discover high-throughput LNP-mRNA integrity profiling

Lipid-based nanoparticles (LNPs) are effective non-viral vectors for delivering messenger RNA (mRNA) products, most notably used for production of vaccines against the recent SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.

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August 5, 2022

Get started with these easy-to-implement methods for global lipid profiling

Lipidomics Quantification of lipids in complex biological samples is challenging and often requires a detailed knowledge of lipids and lipid analysis methods. The inherent complexity of the lipidome means that identifying and quantifying different lipid classes and isobaric species in a single analysis method is difficult and often requires significant expertise and method development time. […]

July 6, 2022

Can Resolution value be a zero?

Can Resolution value be a zero?

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June 29, 2022

Eliminate chick culling with innovative technology

While it sometimes seems questionable whether humanity and modern technology can coexist, technological advances in science can help pave the way to more compassionate business practices.

June 14, 2022

Using wastewater monitoring to assess exposure to PFAS

Per-and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) are known for their water- and grease-resistant properties, which make them useful in many everyday items. In fact, a study from 2020 estimated over 200 “use categories” covering more than 1,400 individual PFAS compounds in commercial products—they are truly all around us. Due to their extensive presence and potentially harmful effects (these effects are still mostly uncertain), exposure to PFAS is a growing concern. Humans and wildlife have been exposed to these chemicals through a variety of routes, including food packaging, drinking water and cleaning products.

June 9, 2022

ProteinPilot phosphopeptide library and DIA-NN

I have prepared a spectral library for a phosphopeptide enriched sample and I am generating my SWATH samples from similarly enriched samples. The problem is that when I use DIA-NN for the retention time alignment and quant, it doesn’t recognise the terminology of the spectral library annotated by ProteinPilot. DIA-NN recognises Unimod:21 for phosphorylation, but PP uses phospho(Tyr) etc. Other than changing the data dictionary to get around the mismatch, anyone have any suggestions for how I might resolve this? Thank you, Roz

Current proteomics software compatibility for ZenoTOF 7600 system

Below is a summary of various other software packages that are useful for processing proteomics data from the ZenoTOF 7600 system.  Note this list is not comprehensive and only covers the tools we have lightly tested to date. Acquisition Type Software Files needed Notes DDA/IDA ProteinPilot app (OneOmics suite) Wiff Processes CID DDA data only […]

May 20, 2022

Sequential processing of multiple data-files in ProteinPilot

I would like to use ProteinPilot 5.0.2 to process data-sets containing 16 wiff files acquired from fractionated peptides on a 6600 TripleTOF. A Precision T7910 workstation struggles to process four files in parallel and I would like to be able to queue sequential processing of individual files overnight. I currently use the ‘LC ‘ tab to load and process individual data-files but this leads to parallel processing. Is it possible to generate 16 .group files sequentially?

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May 12, 2022

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