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ready MIAPE: Column Chromatography

Abbreviation: MIAPE-CC

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MIAPE - Column Chromatography (MIAPE-CC) is one module of the Minimal Information About a Proteomics Experiment (MIAPE) documentation system. MIAPE is developed by the Proteomics Standards Initiative of the Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO-PSI). It aims at delivering a set of technical guidelines representing the minimal information required to report and sufficiently support assessment and interpretation of a proteomics experiment. This MIAPE-CC module is the result of work carried out through the Sample Processing Workgroup of the Proteome Standards Initiative. It has been designed to specify a minimal set of information to document a column chromatography experiment.

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Guidelines for reporting the use of column chromatography in proteomics.

Jones AR,Carroll K,Knight D,Maclellan K,Domann PJ,Legido-Quigley C,Huang L,Smallshaw L,Mirzaei H,Shofstahl J,Paton NW
Nat Biotechnol 2010

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PRoteomics IDEntifications database
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Carlos III Networked Proteomics Platform, ProteoRed-ISCIII is a National Network for the coordination, integration and development of the Spanish Proteomics Facilities providing proteomics services for supporting Spanish researchers in the field of proteomics.

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