XLink-DB runs on both windows and OS X, but it will not work on linux because the java plugin for web browser is lacking.
XLink-DB runs nicely on latest Firefox, Safari and Chrome. IE is not recommended because the script runs a bit slowly.
No. The data input is independent of what cross-linker you used to generate data.
E.coli and H.sapiens. More organisms will be incorporated into XLink-DB later.
A tab delimited text file. Arrange the columns as "Peptide A / Protein A / Labeled position A / Peptide B / Protein B / Labeled position B".
Please use UniProt ID as protein identifier. The labeled position means the position of the labeled site on the peptide, start from 0. Please do not use table header.
A template file is available in the download page for your reference.
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