New and improved tools and data sources for proteomics data analysis
February 6th 2020
We are pleased to announce the release of ProteoRE 2.1, a user-oriented Galaxy-based instance, for the functional interpretation and exploration of proteomics data for biomedical research; This version now comprises 20 tools organized in 4 sections (data manipulation and visualization; add features/annotation; functional analysis; pathways analysis. All data sources have been updated. Three new tools were added while some of them were improved thanks to users feedbacks. Two tutorials are available via the Galaxy Training Network (Proteomics directory). We thank all ProteoRE’s users for their suggestions, the IFB (French Bioinformatics Institute) and the Galaxy community for their continuous support.
The ProteoRE Team