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76. , Cortens, J. , Beavis, R. C. (2006) Using annotated peptide mass spectrum libraries for protein identification. J. Proteome Res. 5, 1843–1849. 77. Deutsch, E. , Aebersold, R. (2008) PeptideAtlas: a resource for target selection for emerging targeted proteomics workflows. EMBO Rep. 9, 429–434. 78. Slotta, D. , Edgar, R. (2009) NCBI peptidome: a new public repository for mass spectrometry peptide identifications. Nat. Biotechnol. 27, 600–601. Chapter 2 A Guide to UniProt for Protein Scientists Claire O’Donovan and Rolf Apweiler Abstract One of the essential requirements of the proteomics community is a high quality annotated nonredundant protein sequence database with stable identifiers and an archival service to enable protein identification and characterization.

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InterPro integrates protein signatures from 11 major signature databases (CATH-Gene3D, HAMAP, PANTHER, Pfam, PIRSF, PRINTS, ProDom, PROSITE, SMART, SUPERFAMILY, and TIGRFAMs) into a single resource, taking advantage of the different areas of specialization of each to produce a resource that provides protein classification on multiple levels: protein families, structural superfamilies and functionally close subfamilies, as well as functional domains, repeats and important sites. By linking related signatures together, InterPro places them in a hierarchical classification scheme, reflecting their underlying evolutionary relationships.

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