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Use the power of cloud-based software at your fingertips to extract and visualize mass spectrometry-generated big data from proteomics, metabolomics and genomics projects on a single platform. Turn that data into biological insights quickly, and share your results widely and easily with collaborators.
Access and manage your data. Create experiments from collections of data. Describe your data through metadata definition.
Perform peptide identification and protein interference. Review your identification results and associated analytics.
Analyze your quantitative data and assemble into meaningful results. Review your quantitative results and associated analytics.
Explore your multi-omics results through alignment and clustering. Gain biological insight through powerful exploratory tools.
Avoid queues and backlogs of samples waiting to be processed, and get secure, precise information at revolutionary speeds.
Process your data with confidence and assured of the highest security protocols. Manage your studies with ease and organize your results to reflect your lab's configuration.
Partnerships can flourish synchronously through OneOmics suite, as its power and fidelity makes communicating and processing data on shared timelines easy. Any party involved can simply log in and get started.
Process more samples and get more results! Our cloud-based mass spectrometry data processing can significantly expand your lab’s productivity by running high volumes of data analysis at the same time.
Visualize your data in different ways by exploring all omics approaches simultaneously, giving your research and your funding proposals an edge.
With OneOmics suite, you can process data of any size, at any time and from any place, without the need to own the infrastructure. By working in the cloud, your projects won't be limited.
Cloud-based processing can run and distill data from multiple sources all at once. Avoid queues and backlogs of samples waiting to be processed, and get secure, precise information at revolutionary speeds.
Cloud-based software is installed with ease. Expect no additional time or financial requirements and no trouble with data processing and storage. Look forward to simple monthly payments followed by remote updates
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BASE SUBSCRIPTION FOR METABOLOMICS APPLICATIONS:
BASE SUBSCRIPTION FOR MULTI-OMICS RESEARCHERS:
This high-performance accurate mass spec solution offers a combination of qualitative and quantitative analysis and advanced workflow capabilities. Optimized for large-scale quantitative mass spectrometry, the TripleTOF 6600+ system offers sensitive and robust performance
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Engage with fellow lipidomic researchers, ask questions to the lipid experts at SCIEX
Discover what the latest discussions happening in the world of metabolomics analysis
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Ask questions and find out any hints and tips that will boost your research
In this workspace, you can assemble and define the metadata in your study.
This workspace enables you to process data dependent acquisition (DDA) data. Database searches can be performed using the Paragon and Pro Group algorithms. Perform protein identification and build out your ion library.
This workspace contains several applications to help further your research and the processing of your SWATH acquisition data.
Visualize your mass spectrometry proteomics data quality.
Visualize protein expression results in a clear and concise format.
The protein heat map functionality delivers an overview of the protein expression results. This user-friendly format allows the operator to adjust filters to refine the heat map. With the vast data capture you can drill into a single protein to see changes across samples throughout the sequence.
In this workspace, you can extract key metabolite areas from your acquired data and then normalize and compute fold changes (FCs) and confidences. You can also assess the MS data quality and visualize changes across a study.
Within this workspace the Extractor extracts and integrates compound peaks using the Accurate Mass Metabolite Spectral Library (AMMSL).
Another feature is the Assembler functionality, which adjusts the peak area tables to be on the scale for all experiments.
Fold change (FC) analysis is also supported in this workspace to determine the direction, extent and confidence of metabolite FC.
Visualize your mass spectrometry metabolomics data quality.
Visualize metabolite expression results in a clear and concise format.
The metabolite heat map delivers an overview of the metabolite changes within your study allowing you to adjust filters to refine the plot. The comprehensive data captured and processing allows you to drill into single analytes to see changes across samples throughout the sequence.
This workspace enables you to interrogate quantitative data obtained from samples labeled with the multiplexed, amine-specific, stable isotope iTRAQ reagent kits:
Compare and assess different omics studies. Within BioReviews you can compare quantitative data between genomics, proteomics and metabolomics experiments.
It includes functionality for aligning genomics and proteomics results, or comparing multiple proteomics or multiple metabolomics data sets.
Another feature in this workspace is support for manual conflict resolution when a protein maps to multiple genes or a single gene maps to multiple proteins.
You can also perform multiple analyses on experiment sets, which are each shown as a tile, and view the settings used and links to the results: