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uncertain Minimum Information About a Peptide Array Experiment

Abbreviation: MIAPepAE

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These are preliminary guidelines describing the Minimum Information About a Peptide-Array Experiment (MIAPepAE). Described is a checklist of data and meta-data that should accompany a peptide-array experiment. The guidelines are maintained by the research community, for the benefit of the protein/peptide-array field. MIAPepAE is intended to be a work-in-progress to be adopted for other peptide-array types, such as in situ synthesised peptide arrays. Please note: We cannot find an up-to-date website or official reporting guideline document for this resource. As such, we have marked its status as Uncertain. Please contact us if you have any information on the current status of this resource.


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Minimum Information About a Peptide Array Experiment (MIAPepAE)

Gordon Botha, Judit Kumuthini
Bioinformatics in Action 2011

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