DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.Doscheda  

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A DownStream Chemo-Proteomics Analysis Pipeline

Bioconductor version: 3.16

Doscheda focuses on quantitative chemoproteomics used to determine protein interaction profiles of small molecules from whole cell or tissue lysates using Mass Spectrometry data. The package provides a shiny application to run the pipeline, several visualisations and a downloadable report of an experiment.

Author: Bruno Contrino, Piero Ricchiuto

Maintainer: Bruno Contrino <br1contrino at>

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biocViews DataImport, MassSpectrometry, Normalization, Preprocessing, Proteomics, QualityControl, Regression, Software
Version 1.20.0
In Bioconductor since BioC 3.6 (R-3.4) (5.5 years)
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