Which mass spectrometric instruments are supported by QuiC?

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 Scientific™ Orbitrap Elite™
• Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Series™
• SCIEX TripleTOF® Series
• SCIEX Triple Quad Series
• SCIEX QTRAP Series
• SCIEX API Series
• Agilent 6400 Series
• Bruker Impact II
• Bruker timsTOF™ and timsTOF™ Pro, including PASEF and diaPASEF with ion mobility
• Waters Xevo® G2-XS
• Waters Xevo® TQ-S
QuiC analyzes a large variety of different QC data formats from DDA, DIA, MRM, and PRM.

    • Related Articles

    • Which mass spectrometric vendors are supported by SpectroDive™?

      SpectroDive for targeted proteomics is a vendor independent software and currently supports the following instruments:   MRM (triple quadrupole -QQQ- and hybrid quadrupole-linear ion trap -QTrap- MS) • Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Series I and II • SCIEX ...
    • 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 ...
    • Which instruments are supported by Spectronaut™?

      Spectronaut is a vendor independent software. As of Spectronaut 15, the specific supported models are:  ·         Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Exploris™ series ·         Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Series ·         Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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 ...