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Frey B.L, Ladror D.T, Sondalle S.B, Krusemark C.J, Jue A.L, Coon J.J, Smith L.M.  2013.  Chemical Derivatization of Peptide Carboxyl Groups for Highly Efficient Electron Transfer Dissociation. Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 24:1710-1721.
Cai W., Lin Z., Strother T., Smith L.M, Hamers R.J.  2002.  Chemical modification and patterning of iodine-terminated silicon surfaces using visible light. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 106:2656-2664.
Brow M.AD, Oldenburg M.C, Lyamichev V., Heisler L.M, Grotelueschen J., Lyamicheva N., Kozyavkin S., Fors L., Dahlberg J.E, Smith L.M et al..  1996.  The Cleavase Fragment Length Polymorphism (CFLP) assay. Biochemica. 1:14-15.
Moradian A., Scalf M., Westphall M.S, Smith L.M, Douglas D.J.  2002.  Collision cross sections of gas phase DNA ions. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 219:161-170.
Zaidan N.Z, Walker K.J, Brown J.E, Schaffer L.V, Scalf M., Shortreed M.R, Iyer G., Smith L.M, Sridharan R..  2018.  Compartmentalization of HP1 Proteins in Pluripotency Acquisition and Maintenance. Stem Cell Reports. 10:627-641.
Krusemark CJ, Frey BL, Smith L.M, Belshaw PJ.  2011.  Complete Chemical Modification of Amine and Acid Functional Groups of Peptides and Small Proteins. 753:77-91.
Spiniello M., Steinbrink M.I, Cesnik A.J, Miller R.M, Scalf M., Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M.  2019.  Comprehensive in vivo identification of the c-Myc mRNA interactome using HyPR-MS. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
Dai Y., Buxton K.E, Schaffer L.V, Miller R.M, Millikin R.J, Scalf M., Frey B.L, Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M.  2019.  Constructing Human Proteoform Families Using Intact-Mass and Top-Down Proteomics with a Multi-Protease Global Post-Translational Modification Discovery Database. Journal of Proteome Research. 18(10)
Schaffer L.V, Anderson L.C, Butcher D.S, Shortreed M.R, Miller R.M, Pavelec C., Smith L.M.  2021.  Construction of Human Proteoform Families from 21 Tesla Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry Top-Down Proteomic Data. Journal of Proteome Research. 20:317-325.
Hilger R.T, Westphal M.S, Smith L.M.  2007.  Controlling charge on levitating drops. Analytical Chemistry. 79:6027-6030.
Scalf M., Westphall M.S, Krause J., Kaufman S.L, Smith L.M.  1999.  Controlling charge states of large ions. Science. 283:194-197.
Tang W, Zhu L, Smith L.M.  1997.  Controlling DNA Fragmentation in MALDI-MS by Chemical Modification. Analytical Chemistry. 69:302-312.
Frey B.L, Lin Y., Westphall M.S, Smith L.M.  2005.  Controlling gas-phase reactions for efficient charge reduction electrospray mass spectrometry of intact proteins. Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 16:1876-1887.
Chen S., Phillips M.F, Cerrina F., Smith L.M.  2009.  Controlling Oligonucleotide Surface Density in Light-Directed DNA Array Fabrication. Langmuir. 25:6570-6575.
Ebeling D.D, Westphall M.S, Scalf M., Smith L.M.  2000.  Corona discharge in charge reduction electrospray mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 72:5158-5161.
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.
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.
Baker SE, Lasseter TL, Smith L.M, Hamers R.J.  2002.  Covalently-linked adducts of single-walled nanotubes with biomolecules: Synthesis, hybridization, and biologically-directed surface assembly. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 737
Russell J.N, Butler J.E, Hamers R.J, Smith L.M, Bent S.F.  2003.  Creating Chemical and Biological Diamond Interfaces.
Ebeling D.D, Westphall M.S, Scalf M., Smith L.M.  2001.  A cylindrical capacitor ionization source: droplet generation and controlled charge reduction for mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 15:401-5.

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