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Title: HUPO Brain Proteome Project: summary of the pilot phase and introduction of a comprehensive data reprocessing strategy
Authors: Hamacher, Michael ×
Apweiler, Rolf
Arnold, Georg
Becker, Albert
Blüggel, Martin
Carrette, Odile
Colvis, Christine
Dunn, Michael J
Fröhlich, Thomas
Fountoulakis, Michael
van Hall, André
Herberg, Friedrich
Ji, Jianguo
Ji, Juango
Kretzschmar, Hans
Lewczuk, Piotr
Lubec, Gert
Marcus, Katrin
Martens, Lennart
Palacios Bustamante, Nadine
Park, Young Mok
Pennington, Stephen R
Robben, Johan
Stühler, Kai
Reidegeld, Kai A
Riederer, Peter
Rossier, Jean
Sanchez, Jean-Charles
Schrader, Michael
Stephan, Christian
Tagle, Danilo
Thiele, Herbert
Wang, Jing
Wiltfang, Jens
Yoo, Jong Shin
Zhang, Chenggang
Klose, Joachim
Meyer, Helmut E #
Issue Date: Aug-2006
Series Title: Proteomics vol:6 issue:18 pages:4890-8
Abstract: The Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO) initiated several projects focusing on the proteome analysis of distinct human organs. The Brain Proteome Project (BPP) is the initiative dedicated to the brain, its development and correlated diseases. Two pilot studies have been performed aiming at the comparison of techniques, laboratories and approaches. With the help of the results gained, objective data submission, storage and reprocessing workflow have been established. The biological relevance of the data will be drawn from the inter-laboratory comparisons as well as from the re-calculation of all data sets submitted by the different groups. In the following, results of the single groups as well as the centralised reprocessing effort will be summarised and compared, showing the added value of this concerted work.
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ISSN: 1615-9853
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Biochemistry, Molecular and Structural Biology Section
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