Computational Methods for Protein Identification from Mass Spectrometry Data

  title={Computational Methods for Protein Identification from Mass Spectrometry Data},
  author={Leo C. McHugh and Jonathan W. Arthur},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
Protein identification using mass spectrometry is an indispensable computational tool in the life sciences. A dramatic increase in the use of proteomic strategies to understand the biology of living systems generates an ongoing need for more effective, efficient, and accurate computational methods for protein identification. A wide range of computational methods, each with various implementations, are available to complement different proteomic approaches. A solid knowledge of the range of… CONTINUE READING
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