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Databases and ontologies DBToolkit: processing protein databases for peptide-centric proteomics

By Lennart Martens, Joël V and Kris Gevaert

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Summary: DBToolkit is a user-friendly, easily extensible tool that allows the processing of protein sequence databases to peptidecentric sequence databases. This processing is primarily aimed at enhancing the useful information content of these databases for use as optimized search spaces for efficient identification of peptide fragmentation spectra obtained by mass spectrometry. In addition, DBToolkit can be used to reliably solve a range of other typical tasks in processing sequence databases. Availability: DBToolkit is open source under the GNU GPL license. The source code, full user and developer documentation and crossplatform binaries are freely downloadable from the project website a

Year: 2005
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