ENCODE data on Proteome Commons

ENCODE spectra files

ENCODE_K562_SDS_cytosol_DTA_files
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_SDS_membrane_DTA_files
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_SDS_mitochondria_DTA_files
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_SDS_nuclear_DTA_files
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_GELFrEE-FASP_membrane_DTA_files
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_GM12878_SDS_membrane_DTA_files
analysis date: 7/25/11
embargo end date: 4/25/12

ENCODE_GM12878_SDS_mitochondria_DTA_files
analysis date: 7/7/11
embargo end date: 4/7/12

ENCODE_GM12878_SDS_nuclear_DTA_files
analysis date: 2/1/11
embargo end date: 11/1/11

 

ENCODE proteogenomic mapping results

ENCODE_K562_SDS_cytosol_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_SDS_membrane_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_SDS_mitochondria_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_SDS_nuclear_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_K562_GELFrEE-FASP_membrane_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 6/1/11
embargo end date: 3/1/12

ENCODE_GM12878_SDS_membrane_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 7/25/11
embargo end date: 4/25/12

ENCODE_GM12878_SDS_mitochondria_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 7/7/11
embargo end date: 4/7/12

ENCODE_GM12878_SDS_nuclear_proteogenomic_mapping
analysis date: 2/1/11
embargo end date: 11/1/11

 

Citation:
Jainab Khatun, Yanbao Yu, John A. Wrobel, Brian A. Risk, Harsha P. Gunawardena, Ashley Secrest, Wendy J. Spitzer, Ling Xie, Li Wang, Xian Chen and Morgan C. Giddings. Whole human genome proteogenomic mapping for ENCODE cell line data: identifying protein-coding regions. BMC Genomics 2013, 14:141.

Questions?
If you have any questions about the Giddings Lab ENCODE data
— email John Wrobel at [email protected]

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