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Full 2020-07 Build Summary
19experiments
2,961,756PSMs
150,781distinct peptides
6,015canonical proteins

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The Rohu PeptideAtlas provides a compendium of results from uniformly reprocessed mass spectrometry proteomics datasets.

Available Labeo rohita datasets were reprocessed from the raw files using the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline suite of tools.

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Publication (preprint)

  • Nissa MU et al., The Proteome Map and PeptideAtlas of a widely cultivated tropical water fish Labeo rohita: A resource for the Aquaculture Community, Research Square; 2021. DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-397364/v1
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    Below are individual Rohu PeptideAtlas builds available for download in various flat file formats. Note that not all files contain all information from the build. A build subtitled "PSM FDR=0.002" denotes a PSM FDR threshold of 0.002 (0.2%) is applied to every sample in the build.

    Rohu 2020-07 PSM FDR = 0.0008Latest Build
    • Biosequence Set in FASTA format [59MB]
    • Peptide CDS and chromosomal coordinates [36MB]
    • Peptide CDS coordinates [24MB]
    • Peptide sequences in FASTA format [4MB]

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    Acknowledgements

    This work was supported by Govt. of India. Department of Biotechnology, the Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research; Director, ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai, the MASS-FIITB at IIT Bombay, and by the University Grants Commission. We acknowledge the US National Institutes for Health and the National Science Foundation for awards supporting this work. .