What's the purpose of SpectroDive™?

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 it features the smartest peak picking algorithm to enable extremely fast analysis of large datasets. SpectroDive, will assist you from library and panel generation, through the MS method set‑up, to the signal processing and interpretation of the data. In addition, it features a complete and fully automated quality control monitoring interface.


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