Using the Human Plasma PeptideAtlas to study human plasma proteins.

@article{Farrah2011UsingTH,
  title={Using the Human Plasma PeptideAtlas to study human plasma proteins.},
  author={Terry Farrah and Eric W. Deutsch and Ruedi Aebersold},
  journal={Methods in molecular biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={728},
  pages={
          349-74
        }
}
PeptideAtlas is a web-accessible database of LC-MS/MS shotgun proteomics results from hundreds of experiments conducted in diverse laboratories, with all data processed via a uniform analysis pipeline. A total of 91 experiments on human plasma and serum are included. Using the PeptideAtlas web interface, users can browse and search the Human Plasma PeptideAtlas for identified peptides and identified proteins, view spectra, and select proteotypic peptides. Users can easily view supporting… 
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