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PRIDE was originally developed through a collaboration between the EMBL-EBI
Ghent University in Belgium and the University of Manchester in the UK.


The PRIDE team is funded at present by the Wellcome Trust [grant number WT101477MA], the EU FP7 grants ‘ProteomeXchange’ [grant number 260558], and ‘PRIME-XS’ [grant number 262067], the BBRSC 'PROCESS' grant [reference BB/K01997X/1] and EMBL core funding. 

In the recent past PRIDE has also been funded in the past by the Wellcome Trust [grant number WT085949MA] EU grant ‘LipidomicNet’ [grant number 202272], and the BBSRC grant ‘PRIDE Converter’ [reference BB/I024204/1].