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Firmiana: towards a one-stop proteomic cloud platform for data processing and analysis

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Figure 1: Functional modules and capability in large-scale proteomics data processing in the Firmiana workflow.
Figure 2: Data/knowledge mining and high performance computing in Firmiana.

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This work is supported by National International Cooperation Grant (2014DFB30010) (J.Q.); National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program, 2014CBA02001 (W.L.); 2014CBA02002 (Q.Z.); 2014CBA02004 (L.S., M.L.)); Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (2016YFA0502500) (C.D.); National High-tech R&D Program of China (863 program, 2015AA020108 (T.S., X.X.); 2012AA020201 (C.D.)); National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program, 2012CB910300) (J.Q.); National International Cooperation Grant (2012DFB30080 (C.D., J.Q.)); National Natural Science Foundation of China (31200582 (C.D.); 31170779 (J.Q.); 31200992 (W.L.); 31270822 (C.D.)) and Beijing Natural Science Foundation (5132012 (C.D.); Z131100005213003 (J.Q.)) and Shanghai 111 Project (B14019 (T.S.)).

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Feng, J., Ding, C., Qiu, N. et al. Firmiana: towards a one-stop proteomic cloud platform for data processing and analysis. Nat Biotechnol 35, 409–412 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt.3825

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