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Jagtap P.D, Johnson J.E, Onsongo G., Sadler F.W, Murray K., Wang Y.B, Shenykrnan G.M, Bandhakavi S., Smith L.M, Griffin T.J.  2014.  Flexible and Accessible Workflows for Improved Proteogenomic Analysis Using the Galaxy Framework. Journal of Proteome Research. 13:5898-5908.
Shortreed M.R, Wenger C.D, Frey B.L, Sheynkman G.M, Scalf M., Keller M.P, Attie A.D, Smith L.M.  2015.  Global Identification of Protein Post-translational Modifications in a Single-Pass Database Search. Journal of Proteome Research. 14:4714-4720.
Li Q., Shortreed M.R, Wenger C.D, Frey B.L, Schaffer L.V, Scalf M., Smith L.M.  2017.  Global Post-Translational Modification Discovery. J Proteome Res.
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.
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.
Schaffer L.V, Millikin R.J, Miller R.M, Anderson L.C, Fellers R.T, Ge Y., Kelleher N.L, LeDuc R.D, Liu X., Payne S.H et al..  2019.  Identification and Quantification of Proteoforms by Mass Spectrometry. Proteomics.
Schaffer L.V, Millikin R.J, Miller R.M, Anderson L.C, Fellers R.T, Ge Y., Kelleher N.L, LeDuc R.D, Liu X., Payne S.H et al..  2019.  Identification and Quantification of Proteoforms by Mass Spectrometry. Proteomics.
Schaffer L.V, Millikin R.J, Miller R.M, Anderson L.C, Fellers R.T, Ge Y., Kelleher N.L, LeDuc R.D, Liu X., Payne S.H et al..  2019.  Identification and Quantification of Proteoforms by Mass Spectrometry. Proteomics.
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.
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.
Chen X.Y, Westphall M.S, Smith L.M.  2003.  Mass spectrometric analysis of DNA mixtures: Instrumental effects responsible for decreased sensitivity with increasing mass. Analytical Chemistry. 75:5944-5952.
Westphall MS, Jorabchi K, Smith L.M.  2008.  Mass spectrometry of acoustically levitated droplets. Analytical Chemistry. 80:5847-5853.
Smith L.M, Weis RM, McConnell HM.  1981.  Measurement of rotational motion in membranes using fluorescence recovery after photobleaching. Biophysical Journal. 36:73-91.
Park J, Qin H, Scalf M, Hilger RT, Westphall MS, Smith L.M, Blick RH.  2011.  A Mechanical Nanomembrane Detector for Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry. Nano Letters. 11:3681-3684.
Zhang X, Scalf M, Westphall MS, Smith L.M.  2008.  Membrane protein separation and analysis by supercritical fluid chromatography-mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 80:2590-2598.
Wang L.M, Liu Q.H, Corn R.M, Condon A.E, Smith L.M.  2000.  Multiple word DNA computing on surfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 122:7435-7440.
Rhoads T.W, Rose C.M, Bailey D.J, Riley N.M, Molden R.C, Nestler A.J, Merrill A.E, Smith L.M, Hebert A.S, Westphall M.S et al..  2014.  Neutron-Encoded Mass Signatures for Quantitative Top-Down Proteomics. Analytical Chemistry. 86:2314-2319.
Holden M.T, Carter M.CD, Wu C.H, Wolfer J., Codner E., Sussman M.R, Lynn D.M, Smith L.M.  2015.  Photolithographic Synthesis of High-Density DNA and RNA Arrays on Flexible, Transparent, and Easily Subdivided Plastic Substrates. Analytical Chemistry. 87:11420-11428.
Holden M.T, Carter M.CD, Wu C.H, Wolfer J., Codner E., Sussman M.R, Lynn D.M, Smith L.M.  2015.  Photolithographic Synthesis of High-Density DNA and RNA Arrays on Flexible, Transparent, and Easily Subdivided Plastic Substrates. Analytical Chemistry. 87:11420-11428.
Liu Q., Frutos A.G, Wang L., Thiel A.J, Gillmor S.D, Strother C.T, Condon A.E, Corn R.M, Lagally M.G, Smith L.M.  1999.  Progress toward demonstration of a surface based DNA computation: a one word approach to solve a model satisfiability problem. Biosystems. 52:25-33.
Li Q.Y, Chang Z., Oliveira G., Xiong M., Smith L.M, Frey B.L, Welham N.V.  2016.  Protein turnover during in vitro tissue engineering. Biomaterials. 81:104-113.

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