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    Targeted mass spectrometry-based assays typically rely on previously acquired large data sets for peptide target selection. Such repositories are widely available for unlabeled peptides. However, they are less common for isobaric tagged peptides. Here we have assembled two series of six data sets originating from a mouse embryonic fibroblast cell line (NIH/3T3). One series is of peptides derived from a tryptic digest of a whole cell proteome and a second from enriched phosphopeptides. These data sets encompass three labeling approaches (unlabeled, TMT11-labeled, and TMTpro16-labeled) and two data acquisition strategies (ion trap MS2 with and without FAIMS-based gas phase separation). We identified a total of 1 509 526 peptide-spectrum matches which covered 11 482 proteins from the whole cell proteome tryptic digest, and 188 849 phosphopeptides from the phosphopeptide enrichment. The data sets were of similar depth, and while overlap across data sets was modest, protein overlap was high, thus reinforcing the comprehensiveness of these data sets. The data also supported FAIMS as a means to increase data set depth. These data sets provide a rich resource of peptides that may be used as starting points for targeted assays. Future data sets may be compiled for any genome-sequenced organism using the technologies and strategies highlighted herein. The data have been deposited in the ProteomeXchange Consortium with data set identifier PXD024298.


    Olesja Popow, Xinyue Liu, Kevin M Haigis, Steven P Gygi, Joao A Paulo. A Compendium of Murine (Phospho)Peptides Encompassing Different Isobaric Labeling and Data Acquisition Strategies. Journal of proteome research. 2021 Jul 02;20(7):3678-3688

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    PMID: 34043369

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