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Uploaded Apr 25, 2016

The PNNL Biodiversity Library is designed to provide an easy interface for retrieving mass spectrometry data and importing it to Skyline, exposing peptides identified in MS/MS by allowing users to select an organism and biological pathway of interest. The Biodiversity Library catalogs MS/MS spectra from over 3 million peptides and 230,000 proteins from 118 distinct organisms across the tree of life all cross referenced to KEGG pathways for intuitive biological interpretation. The Library was developed by Sam Payne at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory with data collected over 10+ years in hundreds of collaborative projects. This application requires Skyline Version or later.

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Organization: Computational Proteomics Group, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Authors: Michael Degan, Grant Fujimoto, Lillian Ryadinskiy, Samuel H Payne