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PRIDE Converter: making proteomics data-sharing easy

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H.B. was supported by a regional grant in the FUGE program from the Research Council of Norway. L.M. is supported by the “ProDaC” grant LSHG-CT-2006-036814 of the European Union. L.M. and J.A.V. would like to thank H. Hermjakob and R. Apweiler for their support.

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H.B. did most of the programming and participated in writing the manuscript. J.A.V. contributed to the code and tested the application. I.E. and L.M. supervised the programming and participated in writing the manuscript. All authors have agreed to all the content in the manuscript, including the data as presented.

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Barsnes, H., Vizcaíno, J., Eidhammer, I. et al. PRIDE Converter: making proteomics data-sharing easy. Nat Biotechnol 27, 598–599 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt0709-598

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