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#[[G2PDB REST|g2pDB REST API]]: annotation and instructions on how to use the g2pDB REST API;
#[[G2PDB REST|g2pDB REST API]]: annotation and instructions on how to use the g2pDB REST API;
#[[Nomenclature for the description of protein sequence modifications|PTM annotation]]: a comprehensive reference to how we annotate PTMs;
#[[Nomenclature for the description of protein sequence modifications|PTM annotation]]: a comprehensive reference to how we annotate PTMs;
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#[[Amino acid symbols|Amino acids]]: a list of amino acids found in proteins; and
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#[[Amino acid symbols|Amino acids]]: a list of amino acids found in proteins;
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#[[GPMDB evidence codes]]: an explanation of the GPMDB evidence code system.
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#[[GPMDB evidence codes]]: an explanation of the GPMDB evidence code system; and
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#[[Jsms|JSMS]]: JSMS JSON Lines MS/MS file format.

Latest revision as of 17:52, 4 November 2019

Welcome to the GPMDB wiki site. GPMDB contents (2019.11.04)

The Global Proteome Machine Database was constructed to utilize the information obtained by GPM servers to aid in the difficult process of validating peptide MS/MS spectra as well as protein coverage patterns. This database has been integrated into GPM server pages, allowing users to quickly compare their experimental results with the best results that have been previously observed by other scientists.

The GPM is a user interface that allows scientists to run protein identifications searches and interpret the results of the searches. It currently supports three different search engines:

  1. X! Tandem - a conventional protein identification search engine;
  2. X! P3 - a search engine that uses proteotypic peptides; and
  3. X! Hunter - an annotated spectrum library search engine.

This wiki has been set up to allow the users of the GPM to annotate results sets stored in the GPMDB system. In order to add information, please create a user account by following the link in the top right corner.

models = 483,247
proteins = 867,602,227
distinct proteins = 3,298,002
protein redundancy = 263.1 ×
peptides = 9,129,148,312
distinct peptides = 19,209,695
peptide redundancy = 475.2 ×
AA residues = 127,808,076,368
Build # = 5,752

Some of the most popular topics on this site are as follows:

  1. GPMDB Data Sources: where we get data from and a list of papers associated with that data;
  2. GPMDB REST API: annotation and instructions on how to use the GPMDB REST API;
  3. g2pDB REST API: annotation and instructions on how to use the g2pDB REST API;
  4. PTM annotation: a comprehensive reference to how we annotate PTMs;
  5. Amino acids: a list of amino acids found in proteins;
  6. GPMDB evidence codes: an explanation of the GPMDB evidence code system; and
  7. JSMS: JSMS JSON Lines MS/MS file format.
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