In addition to the development team (see About us), we would like to acknowledge the following people for their assistance in developing and providing access to data for TPB:

  • Bill Hancock, for on-going support, introductions to key international data sources and stakeholders, and providing direct communication with HUPO.
  • Amos Bairoch and the neXtProt team for access to the wealth of information in the neXtProt database, particularly Pascale Gaudet and Lydie Lane for technical assistance.
  • Ron Beavis for access to GPM and assistance translating the data.
  • Mathias Uhlen and Emma Lundberg for access to The Human Protein Atlas.
  • Young-Ki Paik and Seul-Ki Jeong for an initial traffic light prototype and ongoing collaboration.
  • Marc Wilkins and Natalie Twine from UNSW for guidance and advice, particularly with reference to transcript data integration
  • Attendees at TPB workshops held at Lorne Proteomics Symposium (Lorne, Victoria, Feb 2012 and 2013) and 3rd Australian & New Zealand Human Proteome Project Workshop (Macquarie University, NSW, March 2012).

If you make use of TPB in your research, please cite: Goode, et al. "The proteome browser web portal", Journal of Proteome Research 2013, 12(1):172-8. (PMID:23215242)
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This project is supported by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS). ANDS is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program and the Education Investment Fund (EIF) Super Science Initiative.