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Quantitative proteomics has matured into an established tool and longitudinal proteomic experiments have begun to emerge. However, no effective, simple-to-use differential expression method for longitudinal proteomics data has been released. Typically, such data is noisy, contains missing values, has only few time points and biological replicates. To address this need, we provide a comprehensive evaluation of several existing differential expression methods for high-throughput longitudinaldoi:10.1101/2021.04.19.440388 fatcat:ovygwtbenvbrned336hqb66eqe