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Genedata's Refiner MS Used by Max Planck Institute will Demo at Metabolomics Conference 2010
Date:6/28/2010

nstitute. "Additionally, Refiner MS is uniquely visual and intuitive. It delivers huge amounts of data in three-dimensional color-coded plots enabling our biologists and chemists to identify trends and patterns. You can't understand data by looking at numbers - you need graphical representation and Refiner MS does this quite nicely."

Automated Quality Assessment and Pre-processing of Raw Data from MS
Refiner MS is integral to the Genedata Expressionist enterprise system, which is built on a highly scalable architecture to provide a single-point-of-access for experimental, proprietary and public data. Compatible with instrumentation from Agilent, Applied Biosystems, Bruker, Cyphergen, Thermo Scientific, and Waters, Refiner MS provides comprehensive pre-processing tools, which help researchers extract quantified and matched peak information from raw MS data. It addresses a range of applications and set-ups from simple one-dimensional spectra to complex experiments involving labeled and label-free technologies in proteomics, metabolomics, and lipidomics.

The new Refiner MS features direct search engine integration from within workflows for interactive searches with Mascot, ChemSpider, and HMDB, as well as offline import results from Mascot, SEQUEST, and MetaboCard -- without information loss. It removes all limitations from the MS data analysis process allowing researchers to process thousands of samples and terabytes of raw MS data. Combining novel visualization for real-time interactive data quality assessment, Refiner MS uses sophisticated algorith
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