ProteomicsDB will be available free of charge. The database will be a valuable asset for researchers in the field of life sciences as well as for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Insights from analyzing the inherent datasets can be used in biomedical research and for example in developing new drugs that operate in a more targeted way without adversely influencing other cellular processes, helping to reduce side effects.
"The vast amounts of molecular data generated in biomedical research increasingly challenge the ability of scientists to see 'the forest for the trees', said Prof. Dr. Bernhard Kuester of TUM. ProteomicsDB is a significant step ahead in our research aiming at a better understanding of human disease and more informed future treatments. The software helps us and others to store, integrate and analyze experimental data in real time, allowing us to study more complex biological systems at greater depth than previously possible."
Source: Technische Universitaet Muenchen