Two issues in software development for proteomic analyses

Software tools for proteomic data analysis are being fast developed. However, several issues remain and expect future improvements. Numerous reviews have elaborated on this topic. Here I enumerate two issues that are not popularly discussed. User-unfriendnessBuilt by lab scientists, several developmental software is command line-based 1-3. They are user-unfriendliness for biologists, especially with multiple computation steps and tedious parameter settings, thus rendering the interest of experim…read more

Caching a memo for CNHUPO2021

Here I cache the memo for CN-HUPO 2021 conference. Different fields of proteomics share similar logics and same perspectives Besides plenary sessions, I tried different disciplines of sessions that talked about researches out of clinical proteomics, such as the chemical and pharmaceutical proteomics, the top-down strategies, etc. For example, Gang Li with his targeted proteomic approach ADPL (activity dependent proximity ligation) made me realize that TMTpro and its resemblence, which have becom…read more

Thinking wisely before thinking big: A Talking to ECRs interview

One of my volunteer jobs in HUPO is to interview scholars and broadcast their thinkings to the community. This is a recorded 1v1 interview with Dr Ruedi Aebersold. The content was originically released by HUPO official Wechat account: HUPO-Wechat. Permission to reproduce the article was granted. Original Title: HUPO ReCONNECT 2021 interview: Ruedi Aeberold– Xiao Liang Interviewer & IntervieweeTo offer ECRs a better opportunity to have deep communication with established experts in …read more