SpectralWorks AnalyzerPro Software for ‘Metabolomics Australia’
News Jan 30, 2009
Metabolomics Australia has entered into a corporate agreement with SpectralWorks Limited for the supply of AnalyzerPro MS data mining software.
Metabolomics Australia has network nodes in Victoria (University of Melbourne), Queensland (University of Queensland), South Australia (Australian Wine Research Institute Ltd) and Western Australia (University of Western Australia, and Murdoch University) and the software will be used for standardized data processing of GC-MS based metabolite profiling at all 5 nodes.
AnalyzerPro is a MS data mining tool which performs targeted and non-targeted data processing. The additional processing module, MatrixAnalyzer, supplied with AnalyzerPro allows normalized and semi quantitative data to be produced from a sequence of samples and this fits in with the overall metabolomics workflow adopted by the laboratories. Going forward, the plan will be to extend this workflow to cover the LC-MS data processing requirements of Metabolomics Australia.
John Moncur, Managing Director of SpectralWorks, says “We are very pleased to be associated with the Metabolomics Australia group particularly with their emphasis on the medical, agricultural and environmental applications of metabolomics. This shows that AnalyzerPro is not only a stand-alone MS data processing package but a tool that can be integrated into a wide variety of application areas.”
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