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Full 2023-05 Build Summary
77,030distinct peptides
924canonical proteins


The Borrelia burgdorferi PeptideAtlas provides a compendium of results from uniformly reprocessed mass spectrometry proteomics datasets.

Available datasets from 4 different strains (B31, 5A4, 297 and MM1) of Borrelia burgdorferi were reprocessed from the raw files using the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline suite of tools.


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A publication describing the Borrelia burgdorferi PeptideAtlas build is in progress. For now, please just reference this URL, and check back later for a citation.


Below are individual Borrelia burgdorferi PeptideAtlas builds available for download in various flat file formats. Note that not all files contain all information from the build. A build subtitled "PSM FDR=0.002" denotes a PSM FDR threshold of 0.002 (0.2%) is applied to every sample in the build.

Borrelia burgdorferi 2023-05 PSM FDR = 0.0005Latest Build
  • Biosequence Set in FASTA format [4MB]
  • Peptide CDS and chromosomal coordinates [32MB]
  • Peptide CDS coordinates [21MB]
  • Peptide sequences in FASTA format [2MB]
Borrelia burgdorferi (B31) 2019-02 PSM FDR = 0.00005
  • Biosequence Set in FASTA format [1MB]
  • Database tables exported as TSV dump file [9MB]
  • Database tables exported as mysql dump file [9MB]
  • Peptide CDS and chromosomal coordinates [5MB]
  • Peptide CDS coordinates [3MB]
  • Peptide sequences in FASTA format [1MB]


Complete description of each of the available download formats

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This work was funded in part by the National Institutes of Health grants from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) R21AI142302 and R21AI133335, National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) R01GM087221, the Office of the Director S10OD026936, and the National Science Foundation award 1920268.

We thank the Wilke Family Foundation and the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation for generous support.