EBI to Add Raw Mass Spec Data to PRIDE, Filling Key Informatics Need for Proteomics Field | GenomeWeb

The European Bioinformatics Institute has announced plans to provide storage for raw mass spec data as part of its Proteomics Identifications Database, PRIDE.

With the move, EBI aims to offer researchers a stable home for raw proteomics data, something the field has lacked since the University of Michigan-based Tranche repository began cutting back its activities in late 2010 due to lack of funds.

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