e-workflow for recording of glycomic mass spectrometric data in compliance with reporting guidelines

Miguel A. Rojas-Macias, Julien Mariethoz, Peter Andersson, Chunsheng Jin, Vignesh Venkatakrishnan, Nobuyuki P. Aoki, Daisuke Shinmachi, Christopher Ashwood, Katarina Madunic, Tao Zhang, Rebecca L. Miller, Oliver Horlacher, Weston B. Struwe, Fredrik Levander, Daniel Kolarich, Pauline M. Rudd, Manfred Wuhrer, Carsten Kettner1, Nicolle H. Packer, Kiyoko F. Aoki-Kinoshita, Frédérique Lisacek, Niclas G. Karlsson

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Received Date: 22nd August 2018

Glycomics targets released glycans from proteins, lipids and proteoglycans. High throughput glycomics is based on mass spectrometry (MS) that increasingly depends on exchange of data with databases and the use of software. This requires an agreed format for accurately recording of experiments, developing consistent storage modules and granting public access to glycomic MS data. The introduction of the MIRAGE (Mimimum Requirement for A Glycomics Experiment) reporting standards for glycomics was the first step towards automating glycomic data recording. This report describes a glycomic e-infrastructure utilizing a well established glycomics recording format (GlycoWorkbench), and a dedicated web tool for submitting MIRAGE-compatible MS information into a public experimental repository, UniCarb-DR. The submission of data to UniCarb-DR should be a part of the submission process for publications with glycomics MSn that conform to the MIRAGE guidelines. The structure of this pipeline allows submission of most MS workflows used in glycomics.

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