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Smith L.M.  2008.  Is charge reduction in ESI really necessary? Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 19:629-631.
Scalf M., Westphall M.S, Smith L.M.  2000.  Charge reduction electrospray mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 72:52-60.
Jorabchi K., Westphall M.S, Smith L.M.  2008.  Charge assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry of droplets. Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 19:833-840.
Lee JEun, Didier DN, Lockett MR, Scalf M, Greene AS, Olivier M, Smith L.M.  2007.  Characterization of vascular endothelial growth factor receptors on the endothelial cell surface during hypoxia using whole cell binding arrays. Analytical Biochemistry. 369:241-247.
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
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.
Lockett MR, Weibel SC, Phillips MF, Shortreed MR, Sun B, Corn RM, Hamers R.J, Cerrina F, Smith L.M.  2008.  Carbon-on-metal films for surface plasmon resonance detection of DNA arrays. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130:8611-8613.
Lockett MR, Smith L.M.  2015.  Carbon Substrates: A Stable Foundation for Biomolecular Arrays. Annu. Rev. Anal. Chem.. 8:263-285.
Chen X.S, Lu L., Qian S.M, Scalf M., Smith L.M, Zhong X.H.  2018.  Canonical and Noncanonical Actions of Arabidopsis Histone Deacetylases in Ribosomal RNA Processing. Plant Cell. 30:134-152.
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Buxton E.C, Westphall M., Jacobson W., Tong X.C, Smith L.M.  1996.  Automation in large-scale DNA sequencing. Laboratory Robotics and Automation. 8:339-349.
Yin Z.B, Severin J., Giddings M.C, Huang W.A, Westphall M.S, Smith L.M.  1996.  Automatic matrix determination in four dye fluorescence-based DNA sequencing. Electrophoresis. 17:1143-1150.
Smith L.M.  1988.  Automated synthesis and sequence analysis of biological macromolecules. Analytical Chemistry. 60:381A-382A,384A-390A.
Luckey JA, Smith L.M.  1991.  Automated methods in DNA sequence analysis. Laboratory Robotics and Automation. 3:175-80.
D'Cunha J., Berson B.J, Brumley, Jr. R.L, Wagner P.R, Smith L.M.  1990.  An automated instrument for the performance of enzymatic DNA sequencing reactions. BioTechniques. 9:80-5,88-90.
Smith L.M.  1993.  Automated DNA-Sequencing - a Look into the Future. Cancer Detection and Prevention. 17:283-288.
Connell C., Fung S., Heiner C., Bridgham J., Chakerian V., Heron E., Jones B., Menchen S., Mordan W., Raff M. et al..  1987.  Automated DNA-Sequence Analysis. BioTechniques. 5:342-&.
Smith L.M.  1989.  Automated DNA sequencing and the analysis of the human genome. Genome. 31:929-37.
Hood L.E, Hunkapiller M.W, Smith L.M.  1987.  Automated DNA sequencing and analysis of the human genome. Genomics. 1:201-12.
Rank D, Smith L.M.  1996.  Automated DNA sequencers: the next generation. Optics and Photonics News. 7:29-33.
Lockett M.R, Smith L.M.  2009.  Attaching Molecules to Chlorinated and Brominated Amorphous Carbon Substrates via Grignard Reactions. Langmuir. 25:3340-3343.
Kent S., Hood L., Aebersold R., Teplow D., Smith L.M, Farnsworth V., Cartier P., Hines W., Hughes P., Dodd C..  1987.  Approaches to subpicomole protein sequencing. BioTechniques. 5:314-321.

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