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Sun B, Colavita PE, Kim H, Lockett M, Marcus MS, Smith L.M, Hamers R.J.  2006.  Covalent Photochemical Functionalization of Amorphous Carbon Thin Films for Integrated Real-Time Biosensing. Langmuir. 22:9598-9605.
Su X.P, Smith L.M.  2004.  Demonstration of a universal surface DNA computer. Nucleic Acids Research. 32:3115-3123.
Sturm R., Sheynkman G., Booth C., Smith L.M, Pedersen J.A, Li L.J.  2012.  Absolute Quantification of Prion Protein (90-231) Using Stable Isotope-Labeled Chymotryptic Peptide Standards in a LC-MRM AQUA Workflow. Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 23:1522-1533.
Strother T., Hamers R.J, Smith L.M.  2000.  Covalent attachment of oligodeoxyribonucleotides to amine-modified Si (001) surfaces. Nucleic Acids Research. 28:3535-3541.
Strother T., Cai W., Zhao X.S, Hamers R.J, Smith L.M.  2000.  Synthesis and characterization of DNA-modified silicon (111) surfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 122:1205-1209.
Strother T., Knickerbocker T., Russell J.N, Butler J.E, Smith L.M, Hamers R.J.  2002.  Photochemical functionalization of diamond films. Langmuir. 18:968-971.
Stevens P.W, Hall J.G, Lyamichev V., Neri B.P, Lu M.C, Wang L.M, Smith L.M, Kelso D.M.  2001.  Analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms with solid phase invasive cleavage reactions. Nucleic Acids Research. 29:art.no.-e77.
Smith L.M.  1981.  The Lateral and Rotational Motion of Membrane Components. 8115832:168p..
Smith L.M.  1988.  Automated synthesis and sequence analysis of biological macromolecules. Analytical Chemistry. 60:381A-382A,384A-390A.
Smith L.M, Brumley, Jr. RL, Buxton EC, Giddings M, Marchbanks M, Tong X.  1996.  High-speed automated DNA sequencing in ultrathin slab gels. Methods in Enzymology. 271:219-237.
Smith L.M, Fung S, Hunkapiller MW, Hunkapiller TJ, Hood LE.  1985.  The synthesis of oligonucleotides containing an aliphatic amino group at the 5' terminus: synthesis of fluorescent DNA primers for use in DNA sequence analysis. Nucleic Acids Research. 13:2399-412.
Smith L.M.  1991.  High-speed DNA sequencing by capillary gel electrophoresis. Nature. 349:812-813.
Smith L.M.  2008.  Is charge reduction in ESI really necessary? Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 19:629-631.
Smith L.M, Rubenstein JLR, J. Parce W, McConnell HM.  1980.  Lateral diffusion of M-13 coat protein in mixtures of phosphatidylcholine and cholesterol. Biochemistry. 19:5907-11.
Smith L.M.  1988.  Fluorescence-based automated DNA sequence analysis. Genet. Eng. (N. Y.). 10:91-108.
Smith L.M.  1996.  Sequence from spectrometry: a realistic prospect? Nature Biotechnology. 14:1084,1087.
Smith L.M, Petty H.R, Parham P., McConnell H.M.  1982.  Cell surface properties of HLA antigens on Epstein-Barr virus-transformed cell lines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America-Biological Sciences. 79:608-612.
Smith L.M, Smith BA, McConnell HM.  1979.  Lateral diffusion of M-13 coat protein in model membranes. Biochemistry. 18:2256-9.
Smith L.M, Kaiser RJ, Sanders JZ, Hood LE.  1987.  The synthesis and use of fluorescent oligonucleotides in DNA sequence analysis. Methods in Enzymology. 155:260-301.
Smith L.M.  1993.  The Future of DNA-Sequencing. Science. 262:530-532.
Smith L.M, Shortreed MR, Olivier M.  2011.  To understand the whole, you must know the parts: unraveling the roles of protein-DNA interactions in genome regulation. Analyst. 136:3060-3065.
Smith L.M, Weis RM, McConnell HM.  1981.  Measurement of rotational motion in membranes using fluorescence recovery after photobleaching. Biophysical Journal. 36:73-91.
Smith L.M.  1989.  DNA sequence analysis: past, present, and future. American Biotechnology Laboratory. 7:10,12,14,16-18,20-5.
Smith L.M.  2006.  Nanostructures - The manifold faces of DNA. Nature. 440:283-284.
Smith L.M, J. Parce W, Smith BA, McConnell HM.  1979.  Antibodies bound to lipid haptens in model membranes diffuse as rapidly as the lipids themselves. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 76:4177-9.

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