The Fish Proteome Map (FPM) is a community resource for proteomic information for one of the important food fish, Labeo rohita- rohu. The given information is a representation of mass spectrometric data obtained from shotgun proteomics of 19 different tissues of rohu including air bladder, brain, eye, fin, gall bladder, gill, gut, heart, kidney, liver, muscle, scales, skin, spinal cord, spleen, male gonad, female gonad, blood plasma (female) and 4 day post fertilization embryo. Whole data is acquired using high resolution Orbitrap Fusion based mass spectrometry. Currently it has the information of 8127 proteins based on the identification using NCBI rohu database obtained from whole genome sequence information. Relative protein expression has been presented across the tissues along with the list of proteins specifically identified in a particular tissue. Additionally, it has the information for peptides identified in each tissue. The detailed peptide information for all these tissues of rohu is available on PeptideAtlas.
The FPM Portal is dynamic and scalable. This portal is based on Django Framework and front-end is developed using Bootstrap V4.
Nissa, M.U., Pinto, N., Mukherjee, A., Reddy, P.J., Ghosh, B., Sun, Z., Ghantasala, S., Chetanya, C., Shenoy, S.V., Moritz, R.L. and Goswami, M., 2021. Organ-Based Proteome and Post-Translational Modification Profiling of a Widely Cultivated Tropical Water Fish, Labeo rohita. Journal of proteome research.
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