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Guillen-Ahlers H, Rao P.K, Perumalla D.S, Montoya M.J, Jadhav A.YL, Shortreed M.R, Smith L.M, Olivier M.  2018.  Adaptation of Hybridization Capture of Chromatin-associated Proteins for Proteomics to Mammalian Cells. Journal of Visualized Experiments. (136)
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.
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.
Mouradian S., Rank D.R, Smith L.M.  1996.  Analyzing sequencing reactions from bacteriophage M13 by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 10:1475-1478.
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.
Rank D, Smith L.M.  1996.  Automated DNA sequencers: the next generation. Optics and Photonics News. 7:29-33.
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-&.
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-&.
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)
Shortreed M.R, Millikin R.J, Liu L., Rolfs Z., Miller R.M, Schaffer L.V, Frey B.L, Smith L.M.  2021.  Binary Classifier for Computing Posterior Error Probabilities in MetaMorpheus. Journal of Proteome Research. 20:1997-2004.
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
Ling C., Nishimoto K., Rolfs Z., Smith L.M, Frey B.L, Wellham N.V.  2019.  Differentiated fibrocytes assume a functional mesenchymal phenotype with regenerative potential. Science advances. 5(5)
Knickerbocker T., Strother T., Schwartz M.P, Russell J.N, Butler J., Smith L.M, Hamers R.J.  2003.  DNA-modified diamond surfaces. Langmuir. 19:1938-1942.
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)
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.
Cartwright GS, Smith L.M, Heinzelmann EW, Ruebush MJ, J. Parce W, McConnell HM.  1982.  H-2Kk and vesicular stomatitis virus G proteins are not extensively associated in reconstituted membranes recognized by T cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 79:1506-10.
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, Rensvold J.W, Shortreed M.R, Cesnik A.J, Jochem A., Scalf M., Frey B.L, Pagliarini D.J, Smith L.M.  2018.  Identification and quantification of murine mitochondrial proteoforms using an integrated top-down and intact-mass strategy. Journal of Proteome Research. 17(10):3526-3536.
Lu L, Millikin RJ, Solntsev SK, Rolfs Z, Scalf M, Shortreed MR, Smith LM.  2018.  Identification of MS-Cleavable and Noncleavable Chemically Cross-Linked Peptides with MetaMorpheus. Journal of Proteome Research. 17(7):2370-2376.
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

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