compomics-utilities: an open-source Java library for computational proteomics

@inproceedings{Barsnes2010compomicsutilitiesAO,
  title={compomics-utilities: an open-source Java library for computational proteomics},
  author={Harald Barsnes and Marc Vaudel and Niklaas Colaert and Kenny Helsens and Albert Sickmann and Frode S. Berven and Lennart Martens},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2010}
}
The growing interest in the field of proteomics has increased the demand for software tools and applications that process and analyze the resulting data. And even though the purpose of these tools can vary significantly, they usually share a basic set of features, including the handling of protein and peptide sequences, the visualization of (and interaction with) spectra and chromatograms, and the parsing of results from various proteomics search engines. Developers typically spend considerable… CONTINUE READING

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