Five years of progress in the Standardization of Proteomics Data 4th Annual Spring Workshop of the HUPO‐Proteomics Standards Initiative April 23–25, 2007 Ecole Nationale Supérieure (ENS), Lyon, France

@article{Orchard2007FiveYO,
  title={Five years of progress in the Standardization of Proteomics Data 4th Annual Spring Workshop of the HUPO‐Proteomics Standards Initiative April 23–25, 2007 Ecole Nationale Sup{\'e}rieure (ENS), Lyon, France},
  author={Sandra E. Orchard and Luisa Montechi-Palazzi and Eric W. Deutsch and Pierre-Alain Binz and Andrew R. Jones and Norman W. Paton and Angel D. Pizarro and David M. Creasy and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Wojcik and Henning Hermjakob},
  journal={PROTEOMICS},
  year={2007},
  volume={7}
}
Over the last five years, the Human Proteome Organisation Proteomics Standards Initiative (HUPO PSI) has produced and released community‐accepted XML interchange formats in the fields of mass spectrometry, molecular interactions and gel electrophoresis, have led the field in the discussion of the minimum information with which such data should be annotated and are now in the process of publishing much of this information. At this 4th Spring workshop, the emphasis was on consolidating this… 
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