I tried searching paracetamol in PRIDE, to see the differential effect on the proteome when a cell or organism is dosed with a drug, but could not find anything. Browsing PRIDE shows that it has room for species, tissue, cell type, GO term, and disease, but not a word about small molecules, like drugs, hormones, or other chemical entities of biological interest...
Does PRIDE contain proteomics for drug/metabolite perturbation studies? And if so, how can I search based on a drug/metabolite name?
Update: OK, I am educated by @prideebi and @ChrisEvelo now: PRIDE is a protein/proteome database, more than a proteomics database... like the HMDB is a metabolome rather than a metabolomics database.
Update2: @pride_ebi further details that 'separation' dimensions and intensities are present, and suggest searching via PubMed abstracts for useful differential protein abundances, and use the PubMed ID to search PRIDE.