you can generate new targeted panels directly from a library. To do that you first need to have your library loaded
into the Library Perspective in SpectroDive. We recommend generating your
library with Pulsar, Biognosys' search engine, integrated in SpectroDive. However,
you can also generate a library from third party search results or import it
from the available repositories.
Once you have a spectral
library to work with, click on “Generate New Panel…” in the Prepare
Perspective of SpectroDive to start the panel generation wizard (Figure
Figure 1. Generating new
targeted panel in the Prepare Perspective of SpectroDive
The wizard will guide you through the process
step by step. First you will be asked to select the library for the generation
of the new targeted panel. Secondly you can select specific proteins from the
library to include them in a panel (Figure 2, 1). In the next step you can select
chosen precursors for each preselected protein. Conveniently, you can use
filters to select precursors fulfilling specific criteria for your experiment (Figure
2, 2). In the next step of panel generation, you can select the fragment ions
that will be monitored and used for quantification of each of the precursors.
Again, a set of convenient filters will help you to choose fragments with a
specified characteristic, e.g., specific ion type and charge (Figure 2, 3).
Finally, you will be able to apply a labeling to your panel. This option allows
you, for example, to generate a panel for both unlabeled and isotopically
labeled peptides, using a library generated only from unlabeled sample data
(Figure 2, 4).
Figure 2. Panel generation wizard
the last step of panel generation, a proper panel type must be selected. You
can generate MRM or PRM panel (Figure 3). For the SureQuant application, a PRM
panel should be chosen.
Figure 3. Saving targeted panel as PRM or MRM panel
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