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Old 03-07-2012, 08:14 PM
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Hello Everyone,

Thought I would take some time to say hi, you know put some context to a new poster.

Relatively new to the mass spectrometry world but have working at Bioinformatics Solutions Inc. for a year now. Starting to get a good grasp on the industry and see how our software fits into the market. I am the marketing coordinator for BSI and work mainly on their software PEAKS, a proteomic mass spectrometry software.

What I'm looking for is to see how our software can be useful in the market and stay up to date on problems and trends in the mass spec community. PEAKS is establishing itself as a key player in the mass spec game. It offers a complete package with a variety of tools integrated into an easy interface that is working towards complete protein sequencing.

Now I want to see what the community thinks...

Cheers!

Ben Dankiw
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