PREMIER Biosoft Announces the Release of SimGlycan(R) 5.90 offering faster and more accurate search results, enabling glycomics research

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December 19, 2017 – Palo Alto, California – PREMIER Biosoft today announced the release of SimGlycan® 5.90. The new version is about five times faster than the last version and allows for more accurate glycan identification with the updated algorithms. Additionally, SimGlycan® now offers an intuitive data analysis automation interface.

The key features included are:
More efficient LC-MS peak picking algorithm: Accurate identification of isotopic envelopes for LC-compounds, thereby enabling correct precursor m/z and charge state assignment for MS/MS scans

Target Peak Detection: Submit an inclusion list for target peak detection and molecular feature finding

“Mass spectrometry is one of the best tools for glycomics research. However, the huge datasets generated by high-resolution LC-MS based workflows increases the complexity of data interpretation. There is a need for post data acquisition software which effectively accommodates the analysis pipeline of the glycomics research community” said Arun Apte, CEO at PREMIER Biosoft. “SimGlycan® 5.90 includes a robust high throughput data analysis workflow to carry out complex data analysis and identification”.

For details, please visit: http://www.premierbiosoft.com/products/upgrades/sg_upgrades.html

About PREMIER Biosoft:
Founded in 1994, is a group of computer scientists and biologists dedicated to producing cutting edge intuitive software for research in life sciences. Our goal is to study the most recent innovations in life sciences and translate them into software products to aid research.
More information is available at: http://www.premierbiosoft.com

Contact:
Rupanjan Goswami
PREMIER Biosoft
650-856-2703
support ( @ ) premierbiosoft dot com

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