MSQuant has been developed at the Center for Experimental Bioinformatics (CEBI) at University of Southern Denmark. CEBI was established in 1998 through a grant by the Danish National Research Foundation. The goal of the group is to apply modern methods of mass spectrometry and "Proteomics" to the functional analysis of genes.
General queries: go to the CEBI group members page.
Limited support for MSQuant is offered through this E-mail address.
The story so far
MSQuant has been developed over many years. It started in 2001 as a way to automate what was otherwise a purely manual process of quantitating each MS spectrum from a Sciex QSTAR massspectrometer.
The scope has been extended and the program has become more general - e.g. it is now handling 3 different mass spectrometers and an arbitrary number of SILAC dishes. In one application it was used to quantify 5 way SILAC labelling
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