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ProteomeScout: a repository and analysis resource for post-translational modifications and proteins.

Matlock MK, Holehouse AS, Naegle KM - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: The protein viewer allows for the simultaneous visualization of annotations in an interactive web graphic, which can be exported in Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format.Finally, quantitative data measurements associated with public experiments are also easily viewable within protein records, allowing researchers to see how PTMs change across different contexts.ProteomeScout should prove useful for protein researchers and should benefit the proteomics community by providing a stable repository for PTM experiments.

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Affiliation: Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Center for Biological Systems Engineering, Washington University, St Louis, MO 63130, USA.

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A map of ProteomeScout features and example user workflows. Gateway refers to the homepage menu items and Web Tool refers to actions that occur on subpages off of the main menu. (A) Methods for searching and interacting with proteins. (B) Tools for understanding features around specific protein residues. (C) Methods for loading and evaluating datasets of PTMs.
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Figure 1: A map of ProteomeScout features and example user workflows. Gateway refers to the homepage menu items and Web Tool refers to actions that occur on subpages off of the main menu. (A) Methods for searching and interacting with proteins. (B) Tools for understanding features around specific protein residues. (C) Methods for loading and evaluating datasets of PTMs.

Mentions: This paper will discuss ProteomeScout features and the underlying methods. We have included Figure 1 as a reference map for the type of interactions a typical user might have. We will focus on those features that make ProteomeScout most unique. These include the breadth of PTMs, the repository aspects for PTM experiments, the analysis suite available for datasets and the protein viewer for visualization of the relationship between complex protein annotations. ProteomeScout can be found at https://proteomescout.wustl.edu.


ProteomeScout: a repository and analysis resource for post-translational modifications and proteins.

Matlock MK, Holehouse AS, Naegle KM - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

A map of ProteomeScout features and example user workflows. Gateway refers to the homepage menu items and Web Tool refers to actions that occur on subpages off of the main menu. (A) Methods for searching and interacting with proteins. (B) Tools for understanding features around specific protein residues. (C) Methods for loading and evaluating datasets of PTMs.
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Figure 1: A map of ProteomeScout features and example user workflows. Gateway refers to the homepage menu items and Web Tool refers to actions that occur on subpages off of the main menu. (A) Methods for searching and interacting with proteins. (B) Tools for understanding features around specific protein residues. (C) Methods for loading and evaluating datasets of PTMs.
Mentions: This paper will discuss ProteomeScout features and the underlying methods. We have included Figure 1 as a reference map for the type of interactions a typical user might have. We will focus on those features that make ProteomeScout most unique. These include the breadth of PTMs, the repository aspects for PTM experiments, the analysis suite available for datasets and the protein viewer for visualization of the relationship between complex protein annotations. ProteomeScout can be found at https://proteomescout.wustl.edu.

Bottom Line: The protein viewer allows for the simultaneous visualization of annotations in an interactive web graphic, which can be exported in Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format.Finally, quantitative data measurements associated with public experiments are also easily viewable within protein records, allowing researchers to see how PTMs change across different contexts.ProteomeScout should prove useful for protein researchers and should benefit the proteomics community by providing a stable repository for PTM experiments.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Center for Biological Systems Engineering, Washington University, St Louis, MO 63130, USA.

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