Avant-garde: An automated data-driven DIA data curation tool.
Alvaro Sebastian Vaca Jacome,
Katherine C DeRuff,
Michael J. MacCoss,
Steven A Carr,
Jacob D. Jaffe
Posted 01 Mar 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/565523
Posted 01 Mar 2019
Data-Independent Acquisition (DIA) is a technique that promises to comprehensively detect and quantify all peptides above an instrument's limit of detection. Several software tools to analyze DIA data have been developed in recent years. However, several challenges still remain, like confidently identifying peptides, defining integration boundaries, dealing with interference for selected transitions, and scoring and filtering of peptide signals in order to control false discovery rates. In practice, a visual inspection of the signals is still required, which is impractical with large datasets. Avant-garde is a new tool to refine DIA (and PRM) by removing interfered transitions, adjusting integration boundaries and scoring peaks to control the FDR. Unlike other tools where MS runs are scored independently from each other, Avant-garde uses a novel data-driven scoring strategy. DIA signals are refined by learning from the data itself, using all measurements in all samples together to achieve the best optimization. We evaluated the performances of Avant-garde with a calibrated sample using spiked-in standards in a complex background, a phospho-enriched dataset (Abelin et al, 2016), and two complex hybrid proteome samples for benchmarking DIA software tools. The results clearly showed that Avant-garde is capable of improving the selectivity, accuracy, and reproducibility of the quantification results in very complex biological matrices. We have further shown that it can evaluate the suitability of a peak to be used for quantification reaching the same levels of selectivity, accuracy, and reproducibility obtained with manual validation.
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