Digester & ExQuest Importer

Importers for Digester and ExQuest data.

Author: Fredrik Levander, Lund University, Sweden

License: GNU General Public License version 2.


These extensions were part of the Proteios 2.1 release. If you are running proteios 2.2 or later you will need to download the extension binary (or build from source) and reinstall the plug-ins as a proteios administrator to use the plug-ins.

Binaries in the immun_lth_se bundle at:

Source code checkout:

svn co

ExQuest import

To import ExQuest mappings to the hits report, a specific extension needs to be used. First you need to make sure that the gel has been entered into your project so that it is visible under Gels. You also need to upload the ExQuest spot cutter picklist to your project directory. Then check the file check box for the ExQuest file in the Files view and select Extensions->ExQuest cutter import for a gel. Then select the appropriate gel in the select box and press the Create Job button.

When the job has finished you will find the mapping from Gel to microtitre plate in the Hits report. Then you can import the final target plate mapping from the 'Digester file'. To do this, upload the digester file to your project directory, check the file check box and select Extensions->Digester import to a plate. You then need to enter the External ID of the target plate, and press Create Job[s]. Once the job is finished you are ready to import peak lists using step 2 of the Hits Report Wizard.

Source Checkout

The extension source code can be checked out from the subversion repository using the following command:

svn co

Last modified 18 months ago Last modified on Jun 9, 2021, 7:41:46 PM