Compound Discoverer Software

Sample to structure; pathways to insight

You have large amounts of data from full scan mass spectrometry from which you have to efficiently extract high-confidence understanding without need for an expert user; introducing Thermo Scientific Compound Discoverer 3.0 software. This mass spectrometry data analysis software offers a full suite of tools to address your challenges with small molecule data analysis. The software streamlines unknown identification, determination of real differences between samples, and elucidation of biological pathways.

Key benefits of Compound Discoverer software
Reduce the number of mouse clicksKnow your unknownsFind real differences in your sample setsUnderstand biological pathways
Take control of your mass spectrometry data analysis and processing with custom workflows, flexible visualization, grouping tools, and interactively linked displays. You can also transfer your results with customizable reporting to share with others.Identify your unknowns more rapidly with mass spectral library searching against both the online mzCloud™ spectral library and in-house Thermo Scientific mzVault spectral libraries.Quickly find real statistical differences between sample sets. See trends in components across a study or identify the key components of interest between multiple sample groups using interactively linked displays.Perform metabolic flux experiments, view pathways using Thermo Scientific Metabolika, KEGG, and BioCyc databases, and map detected compounds and flux information to pathways.

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Explore Compound Discoverer 3.0 software, the complete small molecule identification and characterization solution.

How Compound Discoverer is used in various applications

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