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The chicken egg yolk spectral library was generated from many dozens of runs at NIST Mass Spectrometry Data Center.
Reference: Mol Cell Proteomics. 2010 Feb;9(2):225-41. doi: 10.1074/mcp.M900223-MCP200. Performance metrics for liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry systems in proteomics analyses. Rudnick PA, Clauser KR, Kilpatrick LE, Tchekhovskoi DV, Neta P, Blonder N, Billheimer DD, Blackman RK, Bunk DM, Cardasis HL, Ham AJ, Jaffe JD, Kinsinger CR, Mesri M, Neubert TA, Schilling B, Tabb DL, Tegeler TJ, Vega-Montoto L, Variyath AM, Wang M, Wang P, Whiteaker JR, Zimmerman LJ, Carr SA, Fisher SJ, Gibson BW, Paulovich AG, Regnier FE, Rodriguez H, Spiegelman C, Tempst P, Liebler DC, Stein SE.
The libraries in the msp and NIST binary formats were updated on July 25, 2018. Previous versions of these files are available on request.
|File - Description||Size||Link|
|2011_05_24_chicken_consensus_final_true_lib.tar.gz - Consensus library in plain ASCII text (msp format). This format can be used as an exchange format. It is also directly readable by some software applications, including Skyline, after unzipping.||5MB||Download|
|2011_05_24_chicken_nist.tar.gz - Consensus library in NIST binary format. The folder generated by extracting this package can be used directly by MS Search or MSPepSearch and by the MSPepSearch node within Proteome Discoverer.||11MB||Download|
|2011_05_24_chicken_spectrast.tar.gz - Consensus library in SpectraST format. These library files can be directly searched by SpectraST after the package is extracted.||13MB||Download|
|chicken_fasta.tar.gz - FASTA file used to create the library.||3.5MB||Download|
|README.txt - Readme file.||4MB||Download|
|md5_checklist.chk - MD5 hash file.||1KB||Download|
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