Proteomics plays an ever-increasing and pivotal role in biological research, and there are a range of technologies available that can generate large quantities of data. The analysis of such data opens new and challenging areas of interest for bioinformatics. In addition to the utilisation of classical methods and resources, new types of data require modeling and processing. (PLoSComput Biol. 2007 July; 3(7): e114.)

To provide appropriate solutions for proteomics data, the Computational Proteomics Service has as main roles the interpretation, validation and reporting of data derived from Proteomics experiments offered by CNB-Proteomics facility.