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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.
Parr G.R, Fitzgerald M.C, Smith L.M.  1992.  Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry of synthetic oligodeoxyribonucleotides. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 6:369-372.
Peelen D., Kodoyianni V., Lee J., Zheng T., Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M.  2006.  Specific capture of mammalian cells by cell surface receptor binding to ligand immobilized on gold thin films. Journal of Proteome Research. 5:1580-1585.
Peelen D., Smith L.M.  2005.  Immobilization of amine-modified oligonucleotides on aldehyde-terminated alkanethiol monolayers on gold. Langmuir. 21:266-271.
Pellitteri-Hahn M.C, Halligan B.D, Scalf M., Smith L.M, Hickey W.J.  2011.  Quantitative proteomic analysis of the chemolithoautotrophic bacterium Nitrosomonas europaea: Comparison of growing- and energy-starved cells. Journal of Proteomics. 74:411-419.
Petty HR, Smith L.M, Fearon DT, McConnell HM.  1980.  Lateral distribution and diffusion of the C3b receptor of complement, HLA antigens, and lipid probes in peripheral blood leukocytes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 77:6587-91.
Phillips MF, Lockett MR, Rodesch MJ, Shortreed MR, Cerrina F, Smith L.M.  2008.  In situ oligonucleotide synthesis on carbon materials: stable substrates for microarray fabrication. Nucleic Acids Research. 36
Proffitt J.M, Glenn J., Cesnik A.J, Jadhav A., Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M, Kavanagh K., Cox L.A, Olivier M..  2017.  Proteomics in non-human primates: utilizing RNA-Seq data to improve protein identification by mass spectrometry in vervet monkeys. Bmc Genomics. 18
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Rabaglia M.E, Gray-Keller M.P, Frey B.L, Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M, Attie A.D.  2005.  alpha-Ketoisocaproate-induced hypersecretion of insulin by islets from diabetes-susceptible mice. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology & Metabolism. 289:E218-E224.
Rank D, Smith L.M.  1996.  Automated DNA sequencers: the next generation. Optics and Photonics News. 7:29-33.
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.
Rolfs Z., Frey B.L, Shi X.D, Kawai Y., Smith L.M, Welham N.V.  2021.  An atlas of protein turnover rates in mouse tissues. Nature Communications. 12
Rolfs Z., Smith L.M.  2021.  Automated Assignment of Proteoform Classification Levels. Journal of Proteome Research. 20:4101-4105.
Rolfs Z., Millikin R.J, Smith L.M.  2020.  An Algorithm to Improve the Speed of Semi and Non-specific Enzyme Searches in Proteomics. Current Bioinformatics. 15:1065-1074.
Rolfs Z., Solntsev S.K, Shortreed M.R, Frey B.L, Smith L.M.  2018.  Global Identification of Post-Translationally Spliced Peptides with Neo-Fusion. Journal of Proteome Research. 18(1):349-358.
Rolfs Z., Solntsev S.K, Shortreed M.R, Frey B.L, Smith L.M.  2019.  Global Identification of Post-Translationally Spliced Peptides with Neo-Fusion. Journal of Proteome Research. 18:349-358.
Russell JD, Hilger RT, Ladror DT, Tervo MA, Scalf M, Shortreed MR, Coon J.J, Smith L.M.  2011.  Parallel Detection of Intrinsic Fluorescence from Peptides and Proteins for Quantification during Mass Spectrometric Analysis. Analytical Chemistry. 83:2187-2193.
Russell J.N, Butler J.E, Hamers R.J, Smith L.M, Bent S.F.  2003.  Creating Chemical and Biological Diamond Interfaces.
Russell J.D, Scalf M., Book A.J, Ladror D.T, Vierstra R.D, Smith L.M, Coon J.J.  2013.  Characterization and Quantification of Intact 26S Proteasome Proteins by Real-Time Measurement of Intrinsic Fluorescence Prior to Top-down Mass Spectrometry. Plos One. 8
Rytz T.C, Miller M.J, McLoughlin F., Augustine R.C, Marshall R.S, Juan Y.T, Charng Y.Y, Scalf M., Smith L.M, Vierstra R.D.  2018.  SUMOylome Profiling Reveals a Diverse Array of Nuclear Targets Modified by the SUMO Ligase SIZ1 during Heat Stress. Plant Cell. 30:1077-1099.

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