Free De Novo Software Advances Bottom-up Proteomics With Novel Searching Principle | GenomeWeb

Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin have developed a new, web-based software that helps identify de novo peptide sequences based on a novel principle: the peptides' composition of amino acids, rather than their sequence of amino acids.

The software, called DeNovoID, is meant to be used as a last step, in conjunction with other types of de novo software, said Brian Halligan, a scientific member of Medical College of Wisconsin's Center of Biotechnology and Bioengineering, who led the development of the software.

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