MassHunter Workstation, Gene Ontology, AlzGene, Ensembl 43, Reactome 20, GeneMarker | GenomeWeb
Agilent Technologies has upgraded its MassHunter Workstation data-processing software. The software now supports the company’s 6210 time-of-flight mass spectrometer, in addition to the 6410 triple quadrupole liquid chromatography MS and 6510 quadrupole-TOF MS systems. The software also includes new algorithms for molecular feature extraction and empirical formula generation. Molecular feature lists can be imported into Agilent’s GeneSpring MS software package for comparisons between two or more sample groups.
 

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