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  • Akhtar, Malik N., et al. (författare)
  • Accurate Assignment of Significance to Neuropeptide Identifications Using Monte Carlo K-Permuted Decoy Databases
  • 2014
  • Ingår i: PLOS ONE. - 1932-6203. ; 9:10, s. e111112-
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • In support of accurate neuropeptide identification in mass spectrometry experiments, novel Monte Carlo permutation testing was used to compute significance values. Testing was based on k-permuted decoy databases, where k denotes the number of permutations. These databases were integrated with a range of peptide identification indicators from three popular open-source database search software (OMSSA, Crux, and X! Tandem) to assess the statistical significance of neuropeptide spectra matches. Significance p-values were computed as the fraction of the sequences in the database with match indicator value better than or equal to the true target spectra. When applied to a test-bed of all known manually annotated mouse neuropeptides, permutation tests with k-permuted decoy databases identified up to 100% of the neuropeptides at p-value < 10(-5). The permutation test p-values using hyperscore (X! Tandem), E-value (OMSSA) and Sp score (Crux) match indicators outperformed all other match indicators. The robust performance to detect peptides of the intuitive indicator "number of matched ions between the experimental and theoretical spectra" highlights the importance of considering this indicator when the p-value was borderline significant. Our findings suggest permutation decoy databases of size 1x10(5) are adequate to accurately detect neuropeptides and this can be exploited to increase the speed of the search. The straightforward Monte Carlo permutation testing (comparable to a zero order Markov model) can be easily combined with existing peptide identification software to enable accurate and effective neuropeptide detection. The source code is available at http://stagbeetle.animal.uiuc.edu/pepshop/MSMSpermutationtesting.
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  • Akhtar, Malik N., et al. (författare)
  • Identification of best indicators of peptide-spectrum match using a permutation resampling approach
  • 2014
  • Ingår i: Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. - 0219-7200 .- 1757-6334. ; 12:5, s. 1440001-
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Various indicators of observed-theoretical spectrum matches were compared and the resulting statistical significance was characterized using permutation resampling. Novel decoy databases built by resampling the terminal positions of peptide sequences were evaluated to identify the conditions for accurate computation of peptide match significance levels. The methodology was tested on real and manually curated tandem mass spectra from peptides across a wide range of sizes. Spectra match indicators from complementary database search programs were pro filed and optimal indicators were identified. The combination of the optimal indicator and permuted decoy databases improved the calculation of the peptide match significance compared to the approaches currently implemented in the database search programs that rely on distributional assumptions. Permutation tests using p-values obtained from software-dependent matching scores and E-values outperformed permutation tests using all other indicators. The higher overlap in matches between the database search programs when using end permutation compared to existing approaches con firmed the superiority of the end permutation method to identify peptides. The combination of effective match indicators and the end permutation method is recommended for accurate detection of peptides.
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