XLinkDB 2.0 Portal

New Database and software tools to store and visualize protein interaction topology data.
Created by the Bruce Lab.

The People behind XLinkDB 2.0

The Bruce Lab at the University of Washington is focused on development and application of advanced mass spectrometry technology for biological, biophysical and biochemical studies. We specialize in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry for proteomics, biological and biomedical applications.

For more information please see our Publications and Research pages.

Contact the Bruce Lab

For more information, advice, bugs-fixing or troubleshooting feel free to contact the Bruce Lab at:

xlinkdb@washington.edu