Cerno Improves Molecular ID on Low-End Mass Specs | GenomeWeb

Cerno Bioscience, a software startup that specializes in mass-spectrometry data analysis, is launching a new capability for its flagship MassWorks analysis package that it claims can dramatically improve the way comparatively lower-priced mass specs identify molecular components.

The company unveiled the new feature, called CLIPS (Calibrate Lineshape Isotope Profile Search), this week at the Pittsburgh Conference in Chicago.

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