Submitting data to PRIDE

PRIDE enables you to submit protein and peptide identification/quantification data, with the accompanying mass spectral evidence, which is due to be published in a peer-reviewed publication. The main focus of PRIDE is to support the deposition of shotgun MS/MS proteomics datasets.

The current way of submitting data to PRIDE is following the PX consortium guidelines. For more information, see Get help and support on PRIDE.

Figure 5 (below) shows an overview of the submission process.

PX submission overview

Figure 5. Overview of the submission to MS/MS datasets to ProteomeXchange via PRIDE. 

PRIDE datasets are kept private by default, allowing journal editors and peer reviewers to access PRIDE without their data being made available to the general public. As a result, PRIDE is now the recommended submission point for proteomics data for several journals, including Nature Biotechnology, Nature Methods, Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, and Proteomics.