What's the purpose of QuiC?
QuiC is a simple
tool that generates quality control (QC) analysis and visualization of mass
spectrometry-based proteomics data almost in real time. It is especially useful
for unifying performance tracking of multiple instruments in a proteomics lab, supporting
DDA, DIA, MRM and PRM data. QuiC can
be configured to regularly check for new raw files in a folder and use them to
continuously monitor instrument performance. A multitude of readouts are
provided, the most important ones based on the iRT Kit peptides. This tool enables expert and basic LC‑MS
users to judge data quality and intervene as required to prevent sample loss,
LC‑MS downtime, and low-quality data.
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Which mass spectrometric instruments are supported by QuiC?
QuiC supports following MS instruments: • Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Exploris™ series (FAIMS 15 – 75 CV) • Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Eclipse™ Tribrid™ • Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Series • Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Series • Thermo ...
What's the purpose of SpectroDive™?
SpectroDive was developed to analyze targeted proteomics experiments. It supports multiple reaction monitoring (MRM), parallel reaction monitoring (PRM), and SureQuant proteomics data. SpectroDive is more intuitive than other software solutions and ...
What is the purpose of SpectroMine™?
SpectroMine is Biognosys’ powerful and versatile software solution for proteomics data acquired in data dependent acquisition (DDA) mode. SpectroMine will assist you with user friendly wizards dedicated to specific workflows for protein ...
What are the minimal systems requirement to run QuiC?
We recommend the following setup:Minimal Operating System: Windows 10, x64 CPU: Intel ® CoreTM CPU, 2.7 GHz (quad-core) or similar Hard drive: 200 GB free space Memory: 16 GB Software: .NET 4.7 Recommended Operating System: Windows 10 or higher, ...
How do I change the default settings?
The Biognosys Factory Settings or default settings are suitable for most experimental setups. However, sometimes non‑default settings are necessary or preferred. The process described below is applicable to any Biognosys software, although the ...