A first step towards building spectral libraries as complementary tools for snake venom proteome/peptidome studies


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Snake venoms are complex mixtures of a large number of distinct proteins and peptides with biological activity. Peptide spectral libraries are compilations of previously identified MS/MS spectra obtained from proteomics experiments. Here we present the generation and use of a Venom Peptidome and a Venom Proteome spectral library for the analysis of venom proteomes and peptidomes from distinct snake species.
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Zelanis A, Andrade-Silva D, Kitano ES, Liberato T, Fukushima I, Serrano SMT, et al. A first step towards building spectral libraries as complementary tools for snake venom proteome/peptidome studies. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part D Genomics Proteomics. 2019 Sept;31:100599. doi:10.1016/j.cbd.2019.100599.
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2019


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