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Highlights from C-HPP Activity at the Post-Congress HPP Workshop in Orlando, USA
With a good attendance at the Thursday HPP workshop, talks on the Knowledge Base Pillar progress and outlook were well presented by Eric Deutsch, Lydie Lane and Henning Hermjakob. They highlighted the raw MS data exchange between ProteomeXchange and partners such as Pride, iProx, JPOST, MassIVE and Panorama, which serves to collect all public proteomics data generated by the scientific community, protein evidence status in PeptideAtlas and neXtProt according to the latest release. The report also gave updates on the peptide uniqueness checker and introduction of Universal Peptide Identifier that aims to identify specific MS/MS spectra in a ProteomeXchange dataset. Click here to read the full article...
1st HIPP Summer School on Immunopeptidomics
The Human Immunopeptidome Project (HIPP) aspires to map the complete peptide repertoire displayed by Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) molecules. A major barrier for the achievement of this goal is the implementation and standardization of robust analytical workflows. Therefore, one of the pillars that sustain the HIPP is its educational program aimed at disseminating the know-how and methods adopted by the immunopeptidomics community. In this context, the 1st HIPP Summer School on Immunopeptidomics was celebrated in Madrid on September 10-13, 2018. Read more here...
The Human Protein Atlas Image Classification Challenge
The Human Protein Atlas Image Classification calls on participants to train machine learning models to classify the patterns of protein expression within images of human cells. The team behind the Cell Atlas of the Human Protein Atlas has opened up an online machine learning competition. Click here for more details about the challenge...
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