Annotates eukaryotic genomes with peptide sequences obtained from mass spectrometry (MS) experiments. PeptideAtlas is a compendium of observations of peptides and associated annotations, based on a large number of contributed data sets. It also supports targeted proteomics workflows, such as selected reaction monitoring (SRM), by allowing the researcher to identify suitable proteotypic peptides to target and to estimate approximate retention time for the target peptides.
Promotes the global, free exchange of mass spectrometry data. MassIVE datasets can be assigned ProteomeXchange IDs to satisfy publication requirements. The dataset submission is only available to registered users. All dataset's detail page is easily accessible by simply clicking on the green link in the table. The user can see all the relevant information pertaining to the dataset, as well as a link to browse and download the dataset's files from the FTP server.
Assists users in the exploration of protein detection in public mass spectrometry data sets. ProteinExplorer facilitates the selection and inspection of human proteome project’s (HPP)-compliant peptides whose spectra can be matched to spectra of synthetic peptides. It also allows users to rate spectra and to contribute to a community library of peptides mapping to novel proteins.
Enables scientists to carry out integrative in silico experiments in proteomics. ISPIDER Central provides a range of services for integrative data analysis in mass spectrometry-based proteomics, and the systems architecture for the multiple database querying, data visualization and added-value web services. Users are able to query multiple proteomic data repositories and view the results using specialist viewers that ease the interpretation and browsing of the data.
Assits researchers without extensive proteomics knowledge and large computational resources. PATS is a search application developed to identify novel peptide and protein sequences in large published mass spectrometry data sets. It automatically visualizes protein correlation matrixes and protein network maps for all the bait proteins of each searched peptide sequence. It also provides readily testable hypotheses for protein function.