PeakInvestigator v1.3

Veritomyx has launched PeakInvestigator v1.3 software services for mass spec raw data deconvolution and centroiding. The software processes raw mass spec scan files and delivers automated data analysis with an effective resolution increase three to four times beyond what a mass spec hardware/software platform provides, the company said. It utilizes efficient high-performance cloud computing resources offered securely in a Software-as-a-Service format, and is designed to process entire or partial LC/MS, GC/MS, CE/MS, or other scan sets.

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