Tobias Schmidt
Tobias Schmidt
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The target landscape of clinical kinase drugs
S Klaeger, S Heinzlmeir, M Wilhelm, H Polzer, B Vick, PA Koenig, ...
Science 358 (6367), eaan4368, 2017
Prosit: proteome-wide prediction of peptide tandem mass spectra by deep learning
S Gessulat, T Schmidt, DP Zolg, P Samaras, K Schnatbaum, J Zerweck, ...
Nature methods 16 (6), 509-518, 2019
A deep proteome and transcriptome abundance atlas of 29 healthy human tissues
D Wang, B Eraslan, T Wieland, B Hallström, T Hopf, DP Zolg, J Zecha, ...
Molecular systems biology 15 (2), e8503, 2019
Building ProteomeTools based on a complete synthetic human proteome
DP Zolg, M Wilhelm, K Schnatbaum, J Zerweck, T Knaute, B Delanghe, ...
Nature methods 14 (3), 259-262, 2017
T Schmidt, P Samaras, M Frejno, S Gessulat, M Barnert, H Kienegger, ...
Nucleic acids research 46 (D1), D1271-D1281, 2018
Generating high quality libraries for DIA MS with empirically corrected peptide predictions
BC Searle, KE Swearingen, CA Barnes, T Schmidt, S Gessulat, B Küster, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1548, 2020
ProteomicsDB: a multi-omics and multi-organism resource for life science research
P Samaras, T Schmidt, M Frejno, S Gessulat, M Reinecke, A Jarzab, ...
Nucleic acids research 48 (D1), D1153-D1163, 2020
Mining the human tissue proteome for protein citrullination
CY Lee, D Wang, M Wilhelm, DP Zolg, T Schmidt, K Schnatbaum, ...
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 17 (7), 1378-1391, 2018
ProteomeTools: Systematic characterization of 21 post-translational protein modifications by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) using synthetic peptides
DP Zolg, M Wilhelm, T Schmidt, G Médard, J Zerweck, T Knaute, ...
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 17 (9), 1850-1863, 2018
CiRCus: a framework to enable classification of complex high-throughput experiments
F Seefried, T Schmidt, M Reinecke, S Heinzlmeir, B Kuster, M Wilhelm
Journal of proteome research 18 (4), 1486-1493, 2019
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