Giulia Gonnelli

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Proteomics research has taken up an increasingly important role in life sciences over the past few years. Due to a strong push from publishers and funders alike, the community has also started to freely share its data in earnest, making use of public repositories such as the highly popular PRIDE database at EMBL-EBI. Reuse of these publicly available data(More)
Evidence currently suggests that as a species Mycobacterium tuberculosis exhibits very little genomic sequence diversity. Despite limited genetic variability, members of the M. tuberculosis complex (MTBC) have been shown to exhibit vast discrepancies in phenotypic presentation in terms of virulence, elicited immune response and transmissibility. Here, we(More)
A growing number of proteogenomics and metaproteomics studies indicate potential limitations of the application of the "decoy" database paradigm used to separate correct peptide identifications from incorrect ones in traditional shotgun proteomics. We therefore propose a binary classifier called Nokoi that allows fast yet reliable decoy-free separation of(More)
The use of protein tagging to facilitate detailed characterization of target proteins has not only revolutionized cell biology, but also enabled biochemical analysis through efficient recovery of the protein complexes wherein the tagged proteins reside. The endogenous use of these tags for detailed protein characterization is widespread in lower organisms(More)
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