A cross-platform toolkit for mass spectrometry and proteomics. Mass-spectrometry-based proteomics has become an important component of biological research. Numerous proteomics methods have been developed to identify and quantify the proteins in biological and clinical samples1, identify pathways affected by endogenous and exogenous perturbations2, and characterize protein complexes3. Despite successes, the interpretation of vast proteomics datasets remains a challenge. There have been several calls for improvements and standardization of proteomics data analysis frameworks, as well as for an application-programming interface for proteomics data access4,5. In response, we have developed the ProteoWizard Toolkit, a robust set of open-source, software libraries and applications designed to facilitate proteomics research. The libraries implement the first-ever, non-commercial, unified data access interface for proteomics, bridging field-standard open formats and all common vendor formats. In addition, diverse software classes enable rapid development of vendor-agnostic proteomics software. Additionally, ProteoWizard projects and applications, building upon the core libraries, are becoming standard tools for enabling significant proteomics inquiries.
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- Liang, Yulan; Kelemen, Adam; Kelemen, Arpad: Reproducibility of biomarker identifications from mass spectrometry proteomic data in cancer studies (2019)
- Kessner, Darren; Chambers, Matt; Burke, Robert; Agus, David; Mallick, Parag: Proteowizard: Open source software for rapid proteomics tools development. (2008) ioport
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