Bruker has announced the availability of the proteomic pipeline (IP2) with a GPU-based search engine incorporating the ProLuCID database search tool from the laboratory of Professor John Yates at The Scripps Research Institute based in LaJolla, CA. Due to the ability of graphical processing units (GPUs) to execute many parallel instruction threads simultaneously, this GPU-based IP2 software allows timsTOF Pro 4D data to be searched in real-time during acquisition, with search results available at the end of the run.
Real-time search on timsTOF Pro 4D data
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