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Protein Identification & Characterisation

Rich Johnson's de novo sequence program
Computational Biochemistry Research Group, ETH, Zurich
The original Mowse was developed at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, but has now disappeared from the web
MultiIdent, PeptIdent, and TagIdent
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Geneva
De novo sequence interpretation from UCSD
Protein Prospector
Mass Spectrometry Facility, UCSF, San Francisco
Rockefeller University, New York
Sashimi / Trans-Proteomic Pipeline
Seattle Proteome Center proteomics tools
Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla


NCBI Taxonomy Homepage
How many legs does it have?
PubMed (free Medline from NCBI)
Where possible, literature references on this site are hot-linked to PubMed
Peter Højrup's useful ready reckoner for molecular weights: General Protein / Mass Analysis for Windows


Molecular Biology Journals
Comprehensive list of bio-journals. Excellent links to on-line editions, publisher's web sites, etc.
Sci.techniques.mass-spec Newsgroup
Home page & archives for the sci.techniques.mass-spec newsgroup. from Wiley
Formerly Base Peak, formerly Murray's Mass Spectrometry Links.
On-line Sequence Analysis Tools
An exceptional collection of links from L'Atelier BioInformatique de Marseille.
CMS Molecular Biology Resource
Christopher Smith's comprehensive collection of links organised by analytical function
Proteome Commons
Open source proteomics software archive
SPS Digest
Swiss Proteomics Society current awareness service


The Protein Colourer
And why not?
Genetic Music
Musical sequences, literally
Genome Web
Proteomics and bioinformatics news.
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