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Label-free data analysis pipeline for optimal identification and quantitation

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The synapter package provides functionality to reanalyse label-free proteomics data acquired on a Synapt G2 mass spectrometer. One or several runs, possibly processed with additional ion mobility separation to increase identification accuracy can be combined to other quantitation files to maximise identification and quantitation accuracy.

Author: Laurent Gatto, Nick J. Bond and Pavel V. Shliaha and Sebastian Gibb.

Maintainer: Laurent Gatto <lg390 at> and Sebastian Gibb <mail at>

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biocViews GUI, MassSpectrometry, Proteomics, Software
Version 1.10.0
In Bioconductor since BioC 2.11 (R-2.15) (3 years)
License GPL-2
Depends R (>= 2.15), methods, MSnbase
Imports hwriter, RColorBrewer, lattice, qvalue, multtest, utils, Biobase, knitr, Biostrings, cleaver, BiocParallel
Suggests synapterdata, xtable, tcltk, tcltk2, BiocStyle
Depends On Me synapterdata
Imports Me
Suggests Me pRoloc, RforProteomics
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