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Prosolia and Indigo BioSystems Come Together to Create FireFly(TM) Data Conversion Software for Mass Spectrometers
Date:1/6/2009

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"The key to Indigo's approach is to make lab data accessible by combining open data formats with globally accessible data repositories. Imaging mass spectrometry represents a special challenge due to the volume and complexity of a typical data," says Julian. "Using open formats ensure that image analysis and processing will be possible regardless of the brand of detector used with the Prosolia source. Having high performance data interchange technology means that labs will not be choked by the volume of data generated in these experiments, and that results can be shared freely with collaborators and contractors regardless of locale."

For more information on FireFly or Omni Spray Ion Sources contact Prosolia at 317.278.6171.

Prosolia, Inc. was established in 2003 to commercialize technology arising from the laboratory of Professor R. Graham Cooks, Aston Laboratories of Mass Spectrometry at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Professor Cooks and his research team have been innovators in the field of Mass Spectrometry for many years. Prosolia's first product line, Omni Spray Ion Source utilizes the revolutionary ambient ionization technology known as Desorption Electrospray Ionization (DESI). DESI is a simple, sensitive, gentle, and versatile ionization method that allows for the direct and rapid sampling of surfaces without any sample preparation.

Indigo BioSystems is the developer of a new data management infrastructure for experimental research and especially for work conducted in the pharmaceutical industry. Indigo's primary data solution, known as "Rubicon," can dramatically increase research scientist productivity and facilitate accurate, rapid decision-making with complex instrumental methods. Indigo's approach is based on technology developed within the pharmaceutical industry and based on open data formats from international standards bodies.
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