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Why do we need PRIDE?
The PRIDE database is the largest public repository for proteomics data that have been generated by MS approaches. Proteomics is an increasingly-prominent field.
Many scientific journals mandate deposition of MS-based proteomics data into a public proteomics repository such as PRIDE (or others from the ProteomeXchange consortium; Figure 4). This enables researchers to understand, assess and potentially reproduce, experiments described in a particular publication. It also allows you to re-analyse mass spectra data as protein sequence databases and search-engine toolkits change and improve.
In addition, PRIDE provides proteomics data to other data EMBL-EBI added-value resources such as UniProt, Ensembl and Expression Atlas.