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Why we developed ProteinCenter
At Proxeon we realized that, despite the excellent performance of modern mass spectrometers and the use of various software options for preliminary protein identification and validation, proteomics scientists still faced the time-consuming task of using multiple data sources and other analytical tools to interpret large data sets into meaningful biological information. Redundancy, different accession numbers, poorly annotated proteins, fragments, splice variants and isoforms, multiple databases all contributed to the complexity of interpretation. Biologists were spending months on bioinformatic analysis.
We based ProteinCenter on a consolidated, biologically annotated, protein sequence database derived from all major protein databases allows filtering, clustering and statistical bioinformatic analysis from single, combined or comparison datasets - in other words, faster, more confident data interpretation using only one unique analytical tool.
Using ProteinCenter, biologists can now confidently interpret large data sets to produce meaningful biological information within minutes. A bioinformatic analysis that could take months to finalize using conventional tools is performed in four simple steps:
Step 1. Integrate experimental data
Step 2. Remove redundancy using up-to-date protein databases
Step 3. Compare data sets
Step 4. Produce an instant biological overview