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Genedata Expressionist 16.0 Provides Enhanced
In-Depth Characterization and GxP Compliance Capabilities for Biopharma Mass Spectrometry

Latest enterprise software release meets evolving industry needs in upstream biopharmaceutical characterization and facilitates implementation in downstream regulated environments

April 11, 2022

Genedata, the leading provider of enterprise software solutions for biopharmaceutical R&D, today announced the release of Genedata Expressionist® 16.0, the latest version of its platform for streamlining and automating mass spectrometry data workflows across instruments and analytical processes.

Developed in close collaboration with leading partners in the biopharma industry, Genedata Expressionist 16.0 provides users with an expanded range of capabilities for in-depth characterization of biotherapeutics. Novel algorithms for detecting clipped proteins, performing subunit mass analysis, and facilitating identification of characteristic fragment ions deliver comprehensive molecular insights that streamline the development of complex biopharmaceuticals.

To facilitate regulated implementation of quality monitoring processes, this release also provides new GxP-compliance capabilities. Archivable, permanent, and immutable project records guarantee full data integrity and traceability by bundling all metadata and processing instructions required to reproduce results for regulatory requirements. Enhanced user-role management provides fine control over data workflows developed and locked-down by MS experts and subsequently executed by routine users.

Advanced characterization and facilitated implementation in regulated environments enable Genedata Expressionist 16.0 users to further streamline complex data processes across organizations and support adoption of cross-functional analytical processes such as the Multi-Attribute Method (MAM).

“This latest Genedata Expressionist release enables biopharma R&D to keep pace with next-generation biopharmaceutical modalities and emerging therapeutic approaches,” stated Othmar Pfannes, Ph.D., CEO of Genedata. “In addition, by facilitating regulatory compliance, this release ensures that our rapidly growing customer base in leading biopharma companies can efficiently leverage their analytical data throughout the biotherapeutic development process, up to and including manufacturing.”

About Genedata

Genedata transforms data into intelligence with innovative software solutions that incorporate extensive biopharma R&D domain knowledge. Multinational biopharmaceutical organizations and cutting-edge biotechs around the globe rely on Genedata to digitalize and automate data-rich and complex R&D processes. From early discovery all the way to the clinic, Genedata solutions help maximize the ROI in R&D expenditure. Founded in 1997, Genedata is headquartered in Basel, Switzerland with additional offices in Boston, London, Munich, San Francisco, Singapore, and Tokyo.
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This release ensures that our rapidly growing customer base in leading biopharma companies can efficiently leverage their analytical data throughout the biotherapeutic development process, up to and including manufacturing.