SmileMS is developed by GeneBio in collaboration with the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics and the Department of Laboratory Medicine of the Geneva University Hospital in Switzerland.
SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
Geneva University Hospitals
Department of Laboratory Medicine
Prof. D. Hochtrasser
An extensive network of experts from public institutions and MS manufacturers also helps GeneBio to further develop SmileMS in line with MS instruments, applications and user needs (research, routine, etc.).
Prof Dr. Dr. h.c. H. Maurer
Department of Experimental and Clinical Toxicology
Professor Maurer and his team are working on a project to generate the first metabolites-containing LC-MS library of drugs and poisons using the ThermoFisher linear ion trap LXQ MS. They are testing the LC-MS approach and comparing it with the well-established GC-MS techniques to provide a complementary method. In this collaboration SmileMS is used to identify compounds, including metabolites, with a high level of confidence supporting the research and the creation of MS libraries. More ...
Institute of Toxicology
Clinical Toxicology and Poison Information Centre Berlin
Dr. T. Grobosch
The BBGes and GeneBio are collaborating to enhance SmileMS functionality for the identification of xenobiotics using a fully automated online-e(x)traction method for the analysis of serum/plasma samples with a HPLC (LC) for chromatographic separation and a qQTOF instrument (XLC-qQTOF) for mass detection. The Institute of Toxicology is the first Toxicological Laboratory which has been successfully integrated SmileMS on a qQToF instrument. More ...
Forensic Toxicology Center
Dr. M. Augsburger
The CURML-UTCF and GeneBio are collaborating to enhance SmileMS capabilities for large scale forensic toxicology studies on AB SCIEX Quadrupole Linear Ion Trap Systems. More ...
Service de la Consommation et des Affaires Vétérinaires
Official Food Control Authority Geneva
Dr. D. Ortelli
The SCAV and GeneBio are collaborating to further develop specific functionalities of SmileMS for Food Control analysis on QqQ (Waters XEVO) and TOF technology (Waters LCT Premier XE).
GeneBio and AB Sciex signed a co-marketing agreement for SmileMS in February 2011. Read the joint press release for more details.
John Wiley & Sons
GeneBio and John Wiley & Sons have a global non-exclusive distribution agreement for SmileMS. As part of this agreement, Wiley sell and distribute SmileMS alongside forthcoming LC-MS/MS libraries serving the bio-analytical laboratory market.