Do you find proteomics databases confusing?

Do you need a little help finding out which proteomics data repository is for you?  Would you like to know what each one has to offer?  Would you like some help navigating to the right resource for your needs?

Lucky for you, Conrad Bessant, Luca Bianco and myself have put together a new review article, which gives details of virtually all the useful public resources for proteomics data on the internet.  The article is now available at Proteomics Journal’s website (click here).

This article is a follow-on article from the original public proteomics review written by myself, Ian Shadforth and Conrad Bessant in 2007 (click here.)

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