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Related:
  SRMAtlas
  PASSEL
  Phosphopep
  Unipep
  mspecLINE

Spectral Libs:
  Libraries + Info
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Glossary/Terms:
  Atlas nomenclature
  SGD nomenclature
  Protein ID terms

  
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FAQ: "How should I cite PeptideAtlas?"

We thank you for citing PeptideAtlas in any publication that makes use of PeptideAtlas. You can find appropriate citations on our Publications page.


FAQ: "How do I search for a peptide sequence?"

On the left navigation bar, enter the sequence in the space under "Search Database" and press Enter. A table will be displayed with one row for each PeptideAtlas build in which your peptide appears. If it does not appear in any build, a message to that effect will appear.


FAQ: "How can I view the spectra of a peptide sequence?"

Perform the procedure above. In the resulting table, click any peptide identifier. You will be taken to a page with links to all spectra identified to that peptide in that PeptideAtlas build.


FAQ: "Where can I download spectra or search results?"

The spectra and search results are available in the repository


FAQ: "What is public about your data?"

The following sample record fields are made available if you you have specified minimum public access (private).

    1: Institution, Contact, Date

    7: Organism NCBI_TaxID (9606 for human)

    11: Cell-type

The spectra are not made available for the minimum public access (private) datasets.

The following sample record fields are made available if you you have specified full public access.

    1: Institution, Contact, Date

    2: URL link to www resource

    3: Literature PubMed ID

    4: Experiment description

    5: Treatment Description

    6: Instrument type (LCQ, etc.)

    7: Organism NCBI_TaxID (9606 for human)

    8: Bio source description (eVOC) anatomical site

    9: Developmental stage (eVOC)

    10: Pathology (eVOC)

    11: Cell-type

    12: Date that we may make the raw data available to the public

The spectra and data products are made available for the public access datasets. They are available at http://www.peptideatlas.org/repository


If you have other questions, please send email.


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