Proteax for Spreadsheets 2.2 is now released, supporting Office 2013.
The Proteax Cartridge for Oracle now runs on Solaris SPARC.
Poster on structure keys for very large molecules presented at ICCS 2014 is now online.
Oracle -> Python cartridge updated. Fixes an issue with using modules and nested functions.
Proteax for Spreadsheets 2.1 is now released.
DerNot 1.1 specification released.
KNIME node examples have been added.
Proteax for Spreadsheets 2.0 is now officially released.
Proteax KNIME nodes officially released.
Proteax Desktop 2.0 released.
PLN 1.3 specification released.
Proteax® - protein analogs made easy
Biochemfusion's Proteax software suite makes it easy to handle modified proteins and protein derivatives. Use Proteax with Microsoft® Excel® or Oracle® databases to register and analyse your protein structures.
The chemically-aware Proteax engine enables you to work with post-translationally and chemically modified protein sequences. Protein data can therefore be transferred directly to bioinformatics tools, chemistry tools and to and from mass spectrometry instruments.
On the web
Try a fully interactive browser-based protein editor at the Proteax demo site.
In the office
The Proteax for Spreadsheets add-ins work in both Microsoft Excel and OpenOffice.org® Calc so you can process offline and local data within a familiar spreadsheet environment.
In the corporate database
Proteax uses native database engine functional indexing to ensure an optimal and smooth integration.
For productive automation
With the Proteax KNIME™ nodes end users are able to graphically setup and automate workflows related to the registration and analysis of biopharmaceuticals.
For power users and developers
Proteax Desktop is the raw Proteax toolkit with language bindings to .NET, Python, Pascal, Java, and C/C++.
Well-suited for developers and power users used to scripting. Maximum performance and flexibility.
Proteax key features
- Add post-translational modifications and chemical features to your protein sequences.
- Convert chemical structures into protein sequences for easy comparison and better visualization.
- Generate trivial derivative names or generate derivatives from names through DerNot expressions.
- Export and import proteins in GPMAW (a product of Lighthouse Data) format for mass spectrometry analysis.
- Enforce sequence and structural identity checks on protein registrations.
- View protein sequences as chemical entities and register them in chemistry databases.
Industry standard formats
Proteax supports industry standard protein and chemistry formats. Proteins can be processed in
Chemical structures are generated in MDL molfile format so you can easily interface to standard chemistry tools.
Try the fully functional trial version of Proteax for Spreadsheets. For more product details on both Proteax for Spreadsheets and Proteax Cartridge you can download the product flyers. You are also very welcome to contact .