Which instruments are supported by Spectronaut®?
Spectronaut is a vendor-independent software. Spectronaut supports the following models: • Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Exploris™ series • Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Series • Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Series • SCIEX TripleTOF® Series • ...
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 ...
What are the minimum system requirements to run Spectronaut?
Although Spectronaut is developed to use as few resources as possible, the calculations made by the software are still intensive. Spectronaut was optimized for parallel computation and makes use of all CPU cores assigned in the global settings. ...
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, usually peptides are analyzed in a mass spectrometer 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 ...