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SEQUEST is a tandem mass spectrometry data analysis program used for protein identification. Sequest identifies collections of tandem mass spectra to peptide ...

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SEQUEST. A method for performing protein identification & peptide sequencing by utilizing mass spectrometry fragmentation patterns to search protein and ...

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SEQUEST (Yates et al., 1995)—One of the most widely used algorithms for matching MS⧸MS data to a sequence database. Uses cross-correlation between the ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3166376

Computational analysis of mass spectra remains the bottleneck in many proteomics experiments. SEQUEST was one of the earliest software packages to  ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4607603

Jun 30, 2015 ... Since its introduction in 1994, SEQUEST has gained many important new capabilities, and a host of successor algorithms have built upon its ...

proteomicsresource.washington.edu/protocols06/sequest.php

SEQUEST is a tandem mass spectrometry database search program originally developed in 1993 in the Yates lab at the University of Washington. It correlates ...

www.enovatia.com/ms/ms-resources/sequest-tips/what-is-a-good-sequest-hit

There are a number of parameters that you can use to evaluate your SEQUEST search results to decide whether you have a solid “hit”. I like to use all of the ...

link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-56895-4_7

The SEQUEST software package attempts to ease this process by automatically matching tandem mass spectra to database sequences (Eng et al. 1994).

bmcbioinformatics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2105-8-323

Aug 31, 2007 ... The assignations of peptides to MS/MS spectra by SEQUEST searching algorithm are defined by several scores including Xcorr, ΔCn, Sp, Rsp, ...