Postsynaptic proteome data from the human neocortex
Data CreatorRoy, Marcia
Armstrong, J. Douglas
PublisherUniversity of Edinburgh. Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences
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CitationRoy, Marcia; Sorokina, Oksana; Skene, Nathan; Simonnet, Clemence; Smith, Colin; Armstrong, J. Douglas; Grant, Seth. (2017). Postsynaptic proteome data from the human neocortex, [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences.
DescriptionBrain tissue proteome data from four human subjects, resident in the UK.
Supplemental Table 3_Human Brain Regions_ Summary of 146 Proteins Differentially Abundant Proteins across the cortex.xlsx (2.865Mb)
Supplemental Table 5_ Human Brain Regions_Differential stability analysis_correlation between individuals.xls (230Kb)
Supplemental Table 6_ Human Brain Regions_Differential stability analysis_Enrichment in proteins that correlate.xls (26Kb)
Supplemental Table 7_Human Brain regions_proteins that DO NOT change between brain regions_TOST TEST.xlsx (12.87Kb)
Supplemental Table 8_Human Brain Regions_proteins that do not change between brain regions_Enrichment.xlsx (11.83Kb)
Supplemental Table 9_Human Brain Regions_Differential abundance of key molecules involved in cognition and memory.xlsx (19.25Kb)
Supplemental Table 10_LCMSMS quantitation and comparison of the human PSD proteome throughout the human neocortex.xlsx (2.459Mb)
Supplemental Table 11_Human Brain Regions_Ranked abundance of PSD proteins in 12 neocortical regions.xlsx (2.564Mb)
Supplemental Table 12_Correlation between Myelin Values Obtained by LCMSMS and Glasser Parcellated Crtex study.xlsx (19.47Kb)