Qvalue sparse, complete, and percentile: what's the difference?
Qvalues can be used to filter your data according to the error rate among your accepted entries. For example, if you set a threshold of Qvalue ≤ 0.01, you are applying an FDR threshold of 1%. Biognosys' software uses Qvalues for two different ...
I want to use the data generated in Biognosys software in an external analysis tools. How can I do this?
Biognosys' software Spectronaut, SpectroDive and SpectroMine, allow you to export practically every piece of information gathered and generated during the analysis process. For such purpose, you should use the Report Perspective as shown in Figure 1 ...
Definitions: Peptide, modified peptide and precursor
In bottom‑up proteomics peptides are analyzed in a mass spectrometer, usually to infer information about the proteins they come from. When you analyze your mass spectrometry results in any of Biognosys' software, you get information for different ...
What is PlasmaDeepDive™ kit?
PlasmaDeepDive Reference Peptides enable absolute quantification of 100 human plasma proteins in a single measurement in scheduled MRM or PRM experiments, covering a dynamic range of six orders of magnitude, with high precision and reproducibility. ...
How is my data normalized in Spectronaut™?
Why normalization? The aim of data normalization in proteomics is to correct for the variability that is not coming from the biological system itself but from the experimental process, mainly multistep sample preparation, and LC-MS instrumentation, ...