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A neural network for large-scale clustering of peptide mass spectra

Repository-scale analysis of hundreds of millions to billions of mass spectra is a challenging endeavor due to the complexity and volume of associated data. A deep neural network embedding method is presented that enables large-scale investigation of repeatedly observed yet consistently unidentified mass spectra.

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Fig. 1: GLEAMS deep neural network for clustering hundreds of millions of mass spectra.

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This is a summary of: Bittremieux, W., May, D. H., Bilmes, J. & Noble, W. S. A learned embedding for efficient joint analysis of millions of mass spectra. Nat. Methods https://doi.org/10.1038/s41592-022-01496-1 (2021).

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A neural network for large-scale clustering of peptide mass spectra. Nat Methods 19, 658–659 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41592-022-01497-0

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