BioAnalyte Targets Proteomics Core Labs with Per-Dataset Software Licensing | GenomeWeb

Proteomics software provider BioAnalyte has adopted a licensing strategy that it considers unique in the bioinformatics industry, which allows the firm “to sell into a disposables budget rather than a capital software budget,” according to Peter Leopold, president of BioAnalyte.

The company’s software, called Trawler, is a data-reduction tool for cleaning mass spec peak lists. In line with Trawler — and the company’s nautical product theme — is the so-called Nets license, which is available for $100 and tied to an individual chromatogram.

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