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Kostichka AJ, Marchbanks ML, Brumley, Jr. RL, Drossman H, Smith L.M.  1992.  High speed automated DNA sequencing in ultrathin slab gels. Bio/Technology. 10:78-81.
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, 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.
Westphall MS, Brumley, Jr. RL, Buxton EC, Smith L.M.  1995.  High-speed automated DNA sequencing utilizing from-the-side laser excitation. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. 2386:45-54.
Westphall MS, Brumley, Jr. RL, Buxton EC, Smith L.M.  1995.  High-speed automated DNA sequencing utilizing from-the-side laser excitation. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. 2386:45-54.
Aebersold R., Agar J.N, Amster I.J, Baker M.S, Bertozzi C.R, Boja E.S, Costello C.E, Cravatt B.F, Fenselau C., Garcia B.A et al..  2018.  How many human proteoforms are there? Nature Chemical Biology. 14:206-214.
Aebersold R., Agar J.N, Amster I.J, Baker M.S, Bertozzi C.R, Boja E.S, Costello C.E, Cravatt B.F, Fenselau C., Garcia B.A et al..  2018.  How many human proteoforms are there? Nature Chemical Biology. 14:206-214.
Aebersold R., Agar J.N, Amster I.J, Baker M.S, Bertozzi C.R, Boja E.S, Costello C.E, Cravatt B.F, Fenselau C., Garcia B.A et al..  2018.  How many human proteoforms are there? Nature Chemical Biology. 14:206-214.
Guillen-Ahlers H., Rao P.K, Levenstein M.E, Kennedy-Darling J., Perumalla D.S, Jadhav A.Y, Glenn J.P, Ludwig-Kubinski A., Drigalenko E., Montoya M.J et al..  2016.  HyCCAPP as a tool to characterize promoter DNA-protein interactions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genomics. 107:267-273.
Spiniello M., Knoener R.A, Steinbrink M.I, Yang B., Cesnik A.J, Buxton K.E, Scalf M., Jarrard D.F, Smith L.M.  2018.  HyPR-MS for multiplexed discovery of MALAT1, NEAT1, and NORAD lncRNA protein interactomes. Journal of Proteome Research. 17(9):3022-3038.
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Zhang X., Scalf M., Berggren T.W, Westphall M.S, Smith L.M.  2006.  Identification of mammalian cell lines using MALDI-TOF and LC-ESI-MS/MS mass spectrometry. Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 17:490-499.
Broderick A.H, Lockett M.R, Buck M.E, Yuan Y., Smith L.M, Lynn D.M.  2012.  In situ Synthesis of Oligonucleotide Arrays on Surfaces Coated with Crosslinked Polymer Multilayers. Chemistry of Materials. 24:938-945.
Broderick A.H, Lockett M.R, Buck M.E, Yuan Y., Smith L.M, Lynn D.M.  2012.  In situ Synthesis of Oligonucleotide Arrays on Surfaces Coated with Crosslinked Polymer Multilayers. Chemistry of Materials. 24:938-945.
Wolford D.J, Gilliland G.D, Kuech T.F, Smith L.M, Martinsen J., Bradley J.A, Tsang C.F, Venkatasubramanian R., Ghandi S.K, Hjalmarson H.P.  1991.  INTRINSIC RECOMBINATION AND INTERFACE CHARACTERIZATION IN SURFACE-FREE GAAS STRUCTURES. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 9:2369-2376.
Frey B.L, Krusemark C.J, Ledvina A.R, Coon J.J, Belshaw P.J, Smith L.M.  2008.  Ion-ion reactions with fixed-charge modified proteins to produce ions in a single, very high charge state. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 276:136-143.
Shortreed M.R, Lamos S.M, Frey B.L, Phillips M.F, Patel M., Belshaw P.J, Smith L.M.  2006.  Ionizable isotopic labeling reagent for relative quantification of amine metabolites by mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 78:6398-6403.

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