False discovery rate (FDR) estimation is a cornerstone of proteomics that has recently been adapted to cross-linking/mass spectrometry. Here we demonstrate that heterobifunctional cross-linkers, while theoretically different from homobifunctional cross-linkers, need not be considered separately in practice. We develop and then evaluate the impact of applying a correct FDR formula for use of heterobifunctional cross-linkers and conclude that there are minimal practical advantages. Hence a single formula can be applied to data generated from the many different non-cleavable cross-linkers.
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