ProteoMetrics Releases RADARS Proteomics Software to Manage Mass Spectrometry Data | GenomeWeb

In response to the data handling demands of high-throughput proteomics, ProteoMetrics has released its Radars (rapid data archival and retrieval system) software to store and analyze protein mass spectrometric experimental data.

A ProteoMetrics spokeswoman said that the software’s ability to analyze large amounts of mass spectral data sets it apart from other types of proteomics software. She said that three companies have bought the software so far, and there are several more buyers in the pipeline. She declined to name the current buyers.

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