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Weisbrod C.R, Anderson L.C, Hendrickson C.L, Schaffer L.V, Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M, Shabanowitz J., Hunt D.F.  2021.  Advanced Strategies for Proton-Transfer Reactions Coupled with Parallel Ion Parking on a 21 T FT-ICR MS for Intact Protein Analysis. Analytical Chemistry. 93:9119-9128.
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.
Chen S.Y, Zheng T., Shortreed M.R, Alexander C., Smith L.M.  2007.  Analysis of cell surface carbohydrate expression patterns in normal and tumorigenic human breast cell lines using lectin arrays. Analytical Chemistry. 79:5698-5702.
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.
Donnelly D.P, Rawlins C.M, DeHart C.J, Fornelli L, Schachner L.F, Lin Z, Lippens J.L, Aluri K.C, Sarin R, Chen B et al..  2019.  Best practices and benchmarks for intact protein analysis for top-down mass spectrometry. Nature methods. 16(7)
Donnelly D.P, Rawlins C.M, DeHart C.J, Fornelli L, Schachner L.F, Lin Z, Lippens J.L, Aluri K.C, Sarin R, Chen B et al..  2019.  Best practices and benchmarks for intact protein analysis for top-down mass spectrometry. Nature methods. 16(7)
Donnelly D.P, Rawlins C.M, DeHart C.J, Fornelli L, Schachner L.F, Lin Z, Lippens J.L, Aluri K.C, Sarin R, Chen B et al..  2019.  Best practices and benchmarks for intact protein analysis for top-down mass spectrometry. Nature methods. 16(7)
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.
Yang W.S, Auciello O., Butler J.E, Cai W., Carlisle J.A, Gerbi J., Gruen D.M, Knickerbocker T., Lasseter T.L, Russell J.N et al..  2002.  DNA-modified nanocrystalline diamond thin-films as stable, biologically active substrates. Nature Materials. 1:253-257.
Mehdi S.Q, Recktenwald D.J, Smith L.M, Li G.C, Armour E.P, Hahn G.M.  1984.  Effect of hyperthermia on murine cell surface histocompatibility antigens. Cancer Research. 44:3394-3397.
Smith L.M, Thomas P.M, Shortreed M.R, Schaffer L.V, Fellers R.T, LeDuc R.D, Tucholski T., Ge Y., Agar J.A, Anderson L.C et al..  2019.  A five-level classification system for proteoform identifications. Nature methods. 16(10)
Smith L.M, Thomas P.M, Shortreed M.R, Schaffer L.V, Fellers R.T, LeDuc R.D, Tucholski T., Ge Y., Agar J.A, Anderson L.C et al..  2019.  A five-level classification system for proteoform identifications. Nature methods. 16(10)
Hoffman E.A, Frey B.L, Smith L.M, Auble D.T.  2015.  Formaldehyde Crosslinking: A Tool for the Study of Chromatin Complexes. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290:26404-26411.
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.
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.
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.
Zheng T, Yu H, Alexander CM, Beebe DJ, Smith L.M.  2007.  Lectin-modified microchannels for mammalian cell capture and purification. Biomedical Microdevices. 9:611-617.
Aguilar-Hernandez V., Kim D.Y, Stankey R.J, Scalf M., Smith L.M, Vierstra R.D.  2017.  Mass Spectrometric Analyses Reveal a Central Role for Ubiquitylation in Remodeling the Arabidopsis Proteome during Photomorphogenesis. Molecular Plant. 10:846-865.
Ladror D.T, Frey B.L, Scalf M., Levenstein M.E, Artymiuk J.M, Smith L.M.  2014.  Methylation of yeast ribosomal protein S2 is elevated during stationary phase growth conditions. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 445:535-541.
Yang W, Auciello O, Butler JE, Cai W, Carlisle JA, Gerbi JE, Gruen DM, Knickerbocker T, Lasseter TL, Russell, Jr. JN et al..  2002.  Preparation and electrochemical characterization of DNA-modified nanocrystalline diamond films. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 737
Leduc R.D, Schwammle V., Shortreed M.R, Cesnik A.J, Solntsev S.K, Shaw J.B, Martin M.J, Vizcaino J.A, Alpi E., Danis P. et al..  2018.  ProForma: A Standard Proteoform Notation. Journal of Proteome Research. 17:1321-1325.
Leduc R.D, Schwammle V., Shortreed M.R, Cesnik A.J, Solntsev S.K, Shaw J.B, Martin M.J, Vizcaino J.A, Alpi E., Danis P. et al..  2018.  ProForma: A Standard Proteoform Notation. Journal of Proteome Research. 17:1321-1325.

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