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Phenyx – High-throughput MS Data Analysis

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Working closely with proteomics scientists to understand their current challenges and expectations, we have created Phenyx, the next generation of MS/MS protein identification software. Phenyx is available in multiple formats and installation configurations to insure its availability to the entire scientific community.

Developed in collaboration with the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB), Phenyx is GeneBio's renowned software platform for the identification, characterization and quantitation of proteins and peptides from mass spectrometry data. Specifically designed to meet the concurrent demands of high-throughput MS data analysis and dynamic results assessment, it offers a highly flexible user interface and an adaptable architecture that help instill confidence in results assessment.

Phenyx enables proteomics scientists to 1) submit MS/MS data and identify peptides and proteins 2) visualize and evaluate results using various dynamic views, 3) manually validate results and compare Phenyx runs and those of other database search engines (like Mascot, SEQUEST and X!Tandem), 4) perform quantitative analysis with the Phenyx quantitation module, and 5) export results and generate reports into various formats and integrate Phenyx into your laboratory workflow.

Through its import feature, its advanced Results Comparison functionality and its quantitation module, Phenyx goes beyond being a single search engine tool to become a comprehensive identification platform allowing users to import, compare, quantify and validate their Phenyx results but progressively also their Mascot, SEQUEST and X!Tandem results while visualizing them in various levels of granularity and easily exporting their comparative results in one click for publication.

Product Phenyx – High-throughput MS Data Analysis
Company Geneva Bioinformatics (GeneBio) S.A.
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Geneva Bioinformatics (GeneBio) S.A.
c/o SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics CMU - Rue Michel-Servet 1211 Geneva Switzerland

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