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A new protein-identification database called PRIDE that allows researchers to search by tissue will be released at the Human Proteome Organization conference in Beijing at the end of the month, according to European Bioinformatics Institute engineers who developed the database.

“PRIDE is a database which says in this tissue, under these conditions, we have found these proteins,” said Philip Jones, a software engineer at the Cambridge, UK-based EBI. “It is a database for storing protein identifications and protein experiments.”

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