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SmileMS

Geneva Bioinformatics (GeneBio) has launched a software platform know as SmileMS for the identification and analysis of small molecules by mass spectrometry.  

Developed in collaboration with the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB) and Professor Denis Hochstrasser’s group at the Geneva University Hospitals, SmileMS is a solution that targets a need for efficient and automatable processes using LC-MS techniques for routine daily analysis of small molecules.  

The SmileMS provides a robust, machine-independent software for the analysis of MS spectra from small molecules using the strengths of Phenyx’s scoring and learning algorithm, a modern and dynamic user interface enabling users to seamlessly navigate through and share their results and an open database of small molecule spectra allowing each user to further add both public and private data, enrich their proper search domain and more importantly share this database with other users as desired.

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