MODi : a powerful and convenient web server for identifying multiple post-translational peptide modifications from tandem mass spectra

@article{Kim2006MODiA,
  title={MODi : a powerful and convenient web server for identifying multiple post-translational peptide modifications from tandem mass spectra},
  author={Sangtae Kim and Seungjin Na and Ji Woong Sim and Heejin Park and Jaeho Jeong and Hokeun Kim and Younghwan Seo and Jawon Seo and Kong-Joo Lee and Eunok Paek},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={W258 - W263}
}
MOD(i) (http://modi.uos.ac.kr/modi/) is a powerful and convenient web service that facilitates the interpretation of tandem mass spectra for identifying post-translational modifications (PTMs) in a peptide. It is powerful in that it can interpret a tandem mass spectrum even when hundreds of modification types are considered and the number of potential PTMs in a peptide is large, in contrast to most of the methods currently available for spectra interpretation that limit the number of PTM sites… CONTINUE READING