Skyline Targeted Proteomics Environment 
Skyline User Group MeetingWatch the videos from the Targeted Proteomics Course
at ETH Zurich this summer
Skyline WebinarsRegister for the next Skyline Tutorial Webinar
Tuesday, October 20th
Panorama Public and Panorama AutoQC

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Fall New! Register now: Panorama Public and Panorama AutoQC (October 20, 2015)

Winter Targeted Proteomics Course at ETH, Zurich (February 8-12, 2016)

Winter Targeted Proteomics Course at IIT-Bombay, Mumbai (December 10-14, 2015)


Fall EMBO Practical Course: Targeted Proteomics at PRBB, Barcelona (November 15-20, 2015)


Summer Targeted Proteomics Workshop at Fiocruz, Brazil (August 31 - September 2, 2015)

Summer Targeted Proteomics Course at ETH, Zurich (June 22-26, 2015) - watch the videos

Summer Skyline User Group Meeting at ASMS 2015, St. Louis, MO (May 31, 2015)- review the slides

Summer ASMS Short Course [description] at ASMS 2015, St. Louis, MO (May 30 & 31, 2015)

Spring Computation and Statistics for Discovery and Targeted Proteomics at Northeastern, Boston (May 18-22, 2015)

Spring Targeted Quantitative Proteomics Course at UW, Seattle (March 23-27, 2015)

Spring Short Course at US HUPO, Tempe (March 15, 2015) - review the slides

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Skyline User Group Meeting

Recently Published

Egertson, Nature Protocols - Multiplexed peptide analysis using data-independent acquisition and Skyline

Abbatiello, Mollecular Cellular Proteomics - Large-scale inter-laboratory study to develop, analytically validate and apply highly multiplexed, quantitative peptide assays to measure cancer-relevant proteins in plasma

Sharma, Journal of Proteome Research - Panorama: A Targeted Proteomics Knowledge Base

Broudy, Killeen, Bioinformatics - A framework for installable external tools in Skyline

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Skyline adoption and use information

Create a new project for your lab or group on PanoramaWeb hosted by the University of Washington

Skyline source code is available under Apache 2.0 License and part of the ProteoWizard project (mzML and mzXML conversion)

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