Ten Years of Standardizing Proteomic Data: A Report on the HUPO-PSI Spring Workshop: April 12-14th, 2012, San Diego, USA.

Proteomics. 2012 Sep;12(18):2767-72. doi: 10.1002/pmic.201270126.
Orchard S, Binz PA, Borchers C, Gilson MK, Jones AR, Nicola G, Vizcaino JA, Deutsch EW, Hermjakob H.

The Human Proteome Organisation Proteomics Standards Initiative (HUPO-PSI) was established in 2002 with the aim of defining community standards for data representation in proteomics and facilitating data comparison, exchange and verification. Over the last 10 years significant advances have been made, with common data standards now published and implemented in the field of both mass spectrometry and molecular interactions. The 2012 meeting further advanced this work, with the mass spectrometry groups finalising approaches to capturing the output from recent developments in the field, such as quantitative proteomics and SRM. The molecular interaction group focused on improving the integration of data from multiple resources. Both groups united with a guest work track, organized by the HUPO Technology/Standards Committee, to formulate proposals for data submissions from the HUPO Human Proteome Project and to start an initiative to collect standard experimental protocols.