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PRIDE Cluster: building a consensus of proteomics data

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Figure 1: Peptide identification 'ratio' is sufficient to identify reliable identifications from the clustering results of the PRIDE repository.

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We want to acknowledge all other members of the PRIDE team, who contributed to some aspects of this work in terms of technical implementation and discussion of the results. Additional thanks go to Matrix Science for providing a Mascot license. Special thanks go to all data submitters to the PRIDE database, whose data are the foundation of the work presented here. J.G. is supported by the Wellcome Trust (grant no. WT085949MA). J.A.V. is supported by the European Union FP7 grants LipidomicNet (202272) and ProteomeXchange (260558). J.M.F. is supported by a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council CASE studentship, also funded by Philips.

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Griss, J., Foster, J., Hermjakob, H. et al. PRIDE Cluster: building a consensus of proteomics data. Nat Methods 10, 95–96 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.2343

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