Feb 7th, 2017: Anika Nelson & Kieran Neale
Feb 14th, 2017: Julia Boles & Destiny Baars
Feb 21st, 2017: Soroush Besharat & Erin Laundre
Feb 28th, 2017: Eddie Ruiz & Julie Fischer
Mar 7th, 2017: Alex Waldman & Zachary Beethem
Mar 14th, 2017: Cayla Guerra & Sean Brennan
Mar 28th, 2017: Emma Neale & Laura Johnson
April 4th, 2017: Max Hasse & Rachel Yan
April 11th, 2017: Ryan Moriarity
Mass Spec Resources
Things you can check out:
Mass Spec Data Example:
*MASCOT example: http://www.matrixscience.com/cgi/master_results.pl?file=../data/F981122.dat
See the AAs they identified for each protein highlighted in red.
How to deal with large datasets? -- Organelle Proteomics Sites
Nucleolar Database (Angus Lamond Lab): http://www.lamondlab.com/NOPdb/NPDdatabase.htm
(search function is down for update in 2011, but check out how they sorted using GO terms)
Organelle DB: http://organelledb.lsi.umich.edu/
Labs who use MudPIT:
Yates Lab at Scripps: http://fields.scripps.edu/
Got MudPIT? article: http://www.dddmag.com/MudPIT-combines-LC-and-MS.aspx
Specific Aims Mock Review 2014
1. What is the focus of the project?
2. What is the gap in knowledge?
3. What is their hypothesis?
4. What are the objectives (ie how did they come up with their hypothesis)
5. What are the primary goals?
6. Do all of the aims reflect the background and objectives given?
You might often see the Cytoscape icon to download interactions in certain databases you find above. These files can be imported into Cytoscape and annotated to your hearts content.
The tutorial can be found on this page or you can click here.