Monthly Archives: June 2014

Protein Decoy FDR’s?

There was a lot of discussion of the utility of protein decoy FDR’s at ASMS. Especially in light of the two Nature human proteme papers that only calculated peptide decoy fdr’s on the spectra level. I assume it was spectra

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ASMS 2014

Our ASMS poster will be posted soon in the poster section . Still trying to recover from the excellent meeting. Hopefully I’ll get those up soon and provide a wrap up of the interesting things I learned at ASMS 2014

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Simple wins the day

So it’s often temping to use the newest and the latest technologies for separating proteins and peptides prior to LC-MS/MS, but it’s often the case that tried and true technologies often win the day. For example in this recent paper

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