Proteopathogen2, a database and web tool to store and display proteomics identification results in the mzIdentML standard

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The Proteopathogen database was the first proteomics online resource focused on experiments related to Candida albicans and other fungal pathogens and their interaction with the host. Since then, the HUPO-PSI standards were implemented and settled, and the first large scale C. albicans proteomics resource appeared as a C. albicans PeptideAltas. This has enabled the remodeling of Proteopathogen to take advantage and benefit from the use of the HUPO-PSI adopted format for peptide and protein identification mzIdentML and continue offering a centralized resource for C. albicans, other fungal pathogens and different cell lines proteomics data.

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Vialas, V., & Gil, C. (2015). Proteopathogen2, a database and web tool to store and display proteomics identification results in the mzIdentML standard. EuPA Open Proteomics, 8, 22–27. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.euprot.2015.04.002

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