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Recent updates to GPM & GPMDB (2016/01/17)
GPM and GPMDB are being continuously updated to increase the amount of information that can be extracted by users, to keep up with changes to external data sources and to better utilize external data interfaces. In the last few weeks, we have made the following changes:
  1. released an updated version of the GPM Personal Edition (Fury) to replace the now vernerable Cyclone version;
  2. upgraded to the latest version of X! Tandem (2015.12.15, Vengeance), which has new features to speed up PTM assignments and make them more accurate;
  3. updated the links to ProteomeXchange data sets to use the new Pride interface, e.g., PXD002121;
  4. updated the links to ontology entries, to use the new EBI interface, e.g., BTO:0000195; and
  5. added ontology atlas tables to all protein summary pages, indicating how often the protein has been observed in tissues, cell types, cell lines and cancer types, e.g., CLDN3:p, claudin 3.
GPMDB data sources (2016/01/13)
GPMDB derives its information from the re-analysis of raw data from many sources: we try to find all of the publicly available proteomics data, download it and see what it tells us. If you would like to see where we normally check for new data, as well as take a look at the publications from which GPMDB has already drawn data, please take a look at our new GPMDB Data Sources page on our project Wiki. The page will be refreshed every week, adding in any new data sources we have found and any new publications that have been included in the collection. If you want to refer to the data in GPMDB as a whole, please use the URL for this page as a reference.
Release of v. 21 of both the Human & Mouse Proteome Guides (2016/01/13)
We would like to announce the release of the 21st version of the Human and Mouse Proteome Guides. These spreadsheets summarize the information about the identification of all genes and their associated splice variants currently available in GPMDB for these two species.
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