Information for the PRG 2018 Study
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The Proteomics Research Group (ABRF) is conducting a study to enable academic and core facilities in using Data-Independent Acquisition (DIA) technology. The PRG plans to provide a test sample set, protocols and resources to facilitate the use of DIA.

Background:
Proteomics researchers are realizing the promise of DIA, but there is a need to develop best practices and offer opportunity for adoption. The PRG realized that there was a need for a go-to resource for new users interested in DIA studies. The need for a resource that provides information about sample processing, data acquisition and data analysis motivated the PRG to undertake this study.

Study Plan:
As part of this study, the PRG has developed a prototype sample set comprised of a HeLa digest spiked with four non-human proteins at different concentrations. We will provide tested samples to participants along with recommended data-acquisition methods. Raw data will be requested from participants for PRG to analyze.

Tentative Dates:
1) August 15th-November 15th: Samples were sent to requesting laboratories. Protocols available for researchers.
2) Until January 1st 2019 - Participants will deposit raw data to a MassIVE FTP account and submit information via a questionnaire about the acquired data.
3) March 2019: PRG will present the data and findings at the Annual ABRF Conference.

Updates will be available on centralized website - https://abrf.org/research-group/proteomics-research-group-prg

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