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News and Announcements


UniProt, the leading online protein reference library, has teamed up with CPTAC!  Now, search results for your protein-of-interest will include links to the CPTAC Assay Portal for relevant peptides and assay protocols, while giving CPTAC users all the rich functional annotation in...

September 10, 2019   |   Read More

RAS gene mutations and their pathways havestymied cancer researchers for decades.  RAS-driven cancers make up more than 30% of all human cancers due to their association with uncontrollable cell growth, death-signal...

August 29, 2019   |   Read More

Genomics platform cBioPortal offers a “biologist-friendly” resource for querying mutations, copy number variations and gene expression. It contains data from The...


The Journal of Molecular & Cellular Proteomics has released a special issue this month (August 2019) on Multi-Omics Integration.  The issue sets out to show how multi-omics research is integral to the understanding of biological...

August 15, 2019   |   Read More

New assays have been released today!  CPTAC and researchers from the University of Victoria – Genome British Columbia Proteomics Centre just released over 130 quantitative, fit-for-purpose, multiplexed mouse multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) mass spectrometry (MS)-based  plasma assays for...

August 6, 2019   |   Read More

CPTAC researchers at John Hopkins University School of Medicine have developed a technique to reliably identify o-linked glycosylation sites and site-specific glycans with core...

July 30, 2019   |   Read More

Proteomic profiling often entails using a large sample input to explore the dynamic nature of protein expression and regulation. However, there are instances when researchers have the opposite due to prior methodology such as fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS) or when dealing with...

July 23, 2019   |   Read More

June 13th, 2019 marked the addition of our 33rd institution to the International Cancer Proteogenomic Consortium (ICPC).  We are pleased to include Amsterdam UMC...

July 17, 2019   |   Read More

While it’s a common misconception that all tumors in the brain are the same, there are more than 120 subtypes of brain cancers with very diverse features and diagnosis.

July 2, 2019   |   Read More

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