Genedata has released its Expressionist MSX software for academic proteomics and metabolomics research. Offering the same algorithms and data visualisation capabilities that are available in the enterprise-level Genedata Expressionist for Mass Spectrometry (MS), Expressionist MSX is downloaded from a dedicated website in a Windows-executable file. Genedata states that the validated algorithms significantly reduce the number of false-positive and false-negative biomarkers, and that the powerful and interactive data visualisation tools enable researchers to explore and validate MS data and results in completely new ways.
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