A fast SEQUEST cross correlation algorithm.

@article{Eng2008AFS,
  title={A fast SEQUEST cross correlation algorithm.},
  author={Jimmy K. Eng and Bernd Fischer and Jonas Grossmann and Michael J. MacCoss},
  journal={Journal of proteome research},
  year={2008},
  volume={7 10},
  pages={
          4598-602
        }
}
The SEQUEST program was the first and remains one of the most widely used tools for assigning a peptide sequence within a database to a tandem mass spectrum. The cross correlation score is the primary score function implemented within SEQUEST and it is this score that makes the tool particularly sensitive. Unfortunately, this score is computationally expensive to calculate, and thus, to make the score manageable, SEQUEST uses a less sensitive but fast preliminary score and restricts the cross… CONTINUE READING

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