From proteomics data representation to public data flow: a report on the HUPO-PSI workshop September 2011, Geneva, Switzerland

TitleFrom proteomics data representation to public data flow: a report on the HUPO-PSI workshop September 2011, Geneva, Switzerland
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsOrchard S, Albar JP, Deutsch EW, Eisenacher M, Binz PA, Martinez-Bartolome S, Vizcaino JA, Hermjakob H
JournalProteomics
Volume12
Pagination351-5
Date PublishedFeb
Type of ArticleResearch Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
PMID22290802
AbstractThe plenary session of the Proteomics Standards Initiative (PSI) of the Human Proteome Organization at the Tenth annual HUPO World Congress updated the delegates on the ongoing activities of this group. The Molecular Interactions workgroup described the success of the PSICQUIC web service, which enables users to access multiple interaction resources with a single query. One user instance is the IMEx Consortium, which uses the service to enable users to access a non-redundant set of protein-protein interaction records. The mass spectrometry data formats, mzML for mass spectrometer output files and mzIdentML for the output of search engines, are now successfully established with increasing numbers of implementations. A format for the output of quantitative proteomics data, mzQuantML, and also TraML, for SRM/MRM transition lists, are both currently nearing completion. The corresponding MIAPE documents are being updated in line with advances in the field, as is the shared controlled vocabulary PSI-MS. In addition, the mzTab format was introduced, as a simpler way to report MS proteomics and metabolomics results. Finally, the ProteomeXchange Consortium, which will supply a single entry point for the submission of MS proteomics data to multiple data resources including PRIDE and PeptideAtlas, is currently being established.
Short TitleProteomicsProteomics
Alternate JournalProteomics

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