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Attribution Reference

Please cite the following publication when publishing results derived from use of ProteomeScout:
  • Matlock MK, Holehouse AS, Naegle KM. ProteomeScout: A web resource for analysis of high-throughput post-translational proteomic studies. Nucleic Acids Research, 2015.
Please cite the following publication when publishing results derived from use of MCAM:
  • Naegle KM, Welsch RE, Yaffe MB, White FM, Lauffenburger DA. MCAM: Multiple Clustering Analysis Methodology for Deriving Hypotheses and Insights from High-Throughput Proteomic Datasets. PLoS Comput Biol 7(7), 2011.

Reporting Issues and Feature Requests

Please use the ProteomeScout issue tracker service located here.

License, Disclaimer and Terms of Use

Disclaimer

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Developers

Version 2

  • Matthew Matlock

Version 1

  • Kristen Naegle
  • Melissa Gymrek

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In order to download your own version of ProteomeScout software, for analysis of non-public data, please visit our Mercurial repository at: ProteomeScout Assembla Site. The software is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license.

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