Geena 2
Build March 10, 2015.
This system is under active development,
please forgive us for possible errors and
send us your comments, criticisms and congratulations,
if any.

Identification of meaningful peaks is a crucial step in the MALDI-MS data treatment. While the method currently implemented in Geena 2 can be sufficient for many applications, noisy datasets might demand a more accurate treatment.
Therefore, we have started to evaluate a more sophisticated approach, currently implemented into a stand-alone LabView program, MS-BASELINER, which can be freely downloaded from our website.

Click here to download MS-BASELINER.
Click here to download a short description of the method.

The data produced by MS-BASELINER can be then feed into Geena 2, skipping the current selection step. We plan to implement soon the MS-BASELINER tool directly into Geena.


For information, get in touch with:
Paolo Romano,
IRCCS Ospedale Policlinico San Martino,
Genoa, Italy
Click here to see my email address

If you use Geena, please cite the following paper:
Romano P et al.
Geena 2, improved automated analysis of MALDI/TOF mass spectra.
BMC Bioinformatics 2016, 17(Suppl 4):61
PMID: 26961516; DOI: 10.1186/s12859-016-0911-2