4 years ago

fmpRPMF: A Web Implementation for Protein Identification by Robust Peptide Mass Fingerprinting.

Youyuan Li, Yingping Zhuang
Peptide mass fingerprinting continues to play an important role in current proteomics studies based on its good performance in sample throughput, specificity for single peptides, and insensitive to unexpected post-translational modifications as compared with . Here, we proposed and evaluated the use of feature-matching pattern-based support vector machines (SVMs) for robust protein identification. This approach is now facilitated with an updated web server (fmpRPMF) incorporated with several newly developed or improved modules and workflows allowing identification of proteins from data.

Publisher URL: http://doi.org/10.1109/TCBB.2017.2762682

DOI: 10.1109/TCBB.2017.2762682

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