Fred Hutchinson and the National Cancer Institute released last week a free, open-source software platform that is intended to make it easier for researchers to manage and share data during the proteomic discovery process.

The software, called Computational Proteomics Analysis System, is a web-based system that is designed to complement existing repositories for proteomics data, such as PRIDE, Peptide Atlas, and GPM, according to a paper on CPAS that was published Dec. 8 in the online version of the Journal of Proteome Research.

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