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2019Back to top

              1. 370. Direct Analysis of Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded (FFPE) and Flash-Frozen Tissues using Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, David C. Muddiman
                Rising Stars in Analytical Chemistry and Materials Science Symposium, Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ 2019
              2. 369. A Versatile Instrument Repeatability and Lateral Resolution Strategy for Mass Spectrometry Imaging using Cell Bioprinting
                Anqi Tu, Parth Chansoria, Rohan Shirwaiker, David C. Muddiman
                Rising Stars in Analytical Chemistry and Materials Science Symposium, Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ 2019
              3. 368. Analysis of Longitudinal CSF of ALS Patients for Peptide Biomarkers Using Data Independent Acquisition Mass Spectrometry
                Allyson L. Mellinger, Emily H. Griffith, Michael S. Bereman
                ACS NC Local Section Meeting, Durham, NC 2019
              4. 367. A Versatile Instrument Repeatability and Lateral Resolution Strategy for Mass Spectrometry Imaging using Cell Bioprinting
                Anqi Tu, Parth Chansoria, Rohan Shirwaiker, David C. Muddiman
                Molecular Biotechnology Training Program Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              5. 366. Direct Analysis of Bone Tissues using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Kenneth P. Garrard, Nicholas J. Hanne, Jacqueline H. Cole, and David C. Muddiman
                Molecular Biotechnology Training Program Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              6. 365. Analysis of Longitudinal CSF of ALS Patients for Peptide Biomarkers Using Data Independent Acquisition Mass Spectrometry
                Allyson L. Mellinger, Emily H. Griffith, Michael S. Bereman
                Molecular Biotechnology Training Program Symposium Raleigh, NC 2019
              7. 364. Development and Characterization of IR-MALDESI Specifically for Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Plants
                M. Caleb Bagley, Rika S. Judd, Anna N. Stepanova, Yogini S. Jaiswal, Mans Ekelof, Kenneth P. Garrard, Leonard L Williams, Jose M Alonso, De-Yu Xie, David C. Muddiman
                Molecular Biotechnology Training Program Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              8. 363. Mass Spectrometry Imaging (MSI) of Bones using Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI)
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Nicholas J. Hanne, Jacqueline H. Cole, David C. Muddiman
                130th Department of Chemistry Celebration, NCSU, Raleigh, NC 2019
              9. 362. IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Rat Placenta Exposed to Flame Retardants
                Crystal L. Pace, Mans Ekelof, Brian Horman, Heather Patisaul, David C. Muddiman
                130th Department of Chemistry Celebration, NCSU, Raleigh, NC 2019
              10. 361. IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Rat Placenta Exposed to Flame Retardants
                Crystal L. Pace, Mans Ekelof, Brian Horman, Heather Patisaul, David C. Muddiman
                2nd METRIC Mass Spectrometry Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              11. 360. A Versatile Instrument Repeatability and Lateral Resolution Strategy for Mass Spectrometry Imaging using Cell Bioprinting
                Anqi Tu, Parth Chansoria, Rohan Shirwaiker, David C. Muddiman
                2nd METRIC Mass Spectrometry Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              12. 359. Mass Spectrometry Imaging (MSI) of Bones using IR-MALDESI
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, David C. Muddiman
                2nd METRIC Mass Spectrometry Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              13. 358. Optimizing INLIGHT(TM) Derivitization of N-linked Glycans to Investigate their Role in Alzheimer’s Disease Progression
                Jackie Gowen Kalmar, Karen E. Butler, Erin S. Baker, David C. Muddiman
                2nd METRIC Mass Spectrometry Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              14. 357. Three-Dimensional (3D) Imaging with Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry
                Hongxia Bai, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Kenneth P. Garrard, and David C. Muddiman
                2nd METRIC Mass Spectrometry Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              15. 356. Longitudinal Analysis of ALS Pateint CSF Using DIA-MS to Identify Peptide Biomarkers of Disease Progression
                Allyson L. Mellinger, Emily H. Griffith, Michael S. Bereman
                2nd METRIC Mass Spectrometry Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2019
              16. 355. MSiReader: Open Source MatlabGUI and Function Library for Visualization and Analysis of Mass Spectrometry Imaging Data Sets
                Kenneth P. Garrard, Sitora Khodjaniyasova, David C. Muddiman
                IMSS Workshop, Pacific Grove, CA 2019
              17. 354. Direct Analysis of Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded (FFPE) and Flash-Frozen Tissues using Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, David C. Muddiman
                Asilomar 2019 Mass Spectrometry Imaging, Pacific Grove, CA, 2019
              18. 353. A Versatile Instrument Repeatability and Lateral Resolution Strategy for Mass Spectrometry Imaging using Cell Bioprinting
                Anqi Tu, Parth Chansoria, Rohan Shirwaiker, David C. Muddiman
                Asilomar 2019 Mass Spectrometry Imaging, Pacific Grove, CA, 2019
              19. 352. IR-MALDESI MSI Reveals Altered Lipid Distributions in Vitamin D Deficient Zebrafish,
                Whitney L Stutts, Megan M Knuth, Måns Ekelöf, Debabrata Mahapatra, Seth W Kullman, David C. Muddiman
                Asilomar 2019 Mass Spectrometry Imaging, Pacific Grove, CA, 2019
              20. 351. MSiReader: Open-Source Software for Visualization and Analysis of MSI Data
                Kenneth P. Garrard, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Hongxia Bai, David C. Muddiman
                Asilomar 2019 Mass Spectrometry Imaging, Pacific Grove, CA, 2019
              21. 350. Internal Energy Deposition in Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization with/without the Use of Ice
                Anqi Tu, David C. Muddiman
                TAMS, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, RTP, NC 2019
              22. 349. Three-Dimensional (3D) Imaging with Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry
                Hongxia Bai, Sitora Khodjaniyazova; Theresse M. Robinson; Kenneth P. Garrard; David C Muddiman
                TAMS, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, RTP, NC 2019
              23. 348. Direct Analysis of Bone Tissues Using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Kenneth P. Garrard, Nicholas J. Hanne; Jacqueline H. Cole, and David C. Muddiman
                TAMS, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, RTP, NC 2019
              24. 347. Identifying Peptide Signatures in Longitudinally Collected CSF Associated with Progression of ALS Using DIA Mass Spectrometry
                Allyson L. Mellinger, Jeff Enders Michael S. Bereman
                TAMS, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, RTP, NC 2019
              25. 346. Changes to the Osteovascular Niche Following Ischemic Stroke in Mice
                Nicholas J. Hanne, Sandra J. Stangeland-Molo, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Carla Geeroms, Hannah L. Thornburg, Greet, Kerckhofs, Tatjana N. Parac-Vogt, David C. Muddiman,Jacqueline H. Cole
                ISB / ASB, Calgary, Canada 2019
              26. 345. Osteovasculature is Less Osteogenic Following Ischemic Stroke
                Stangeland-Molo SJ, Hanne NJ, Khodjaniyazova S, Muddiman DC, Cole JH
                9th Annual MRS (Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences) Training Day, Chicago, IL 2019
              27. 344. Identifying Peptide Signatures in Longitudinally Collected CSF Associated with Progression of ALS Using DIA Mass Spectrometry
                Allyson L. Mellinger, Jeff Enders, Michael S. Bereman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              28. 343. Direct Analysis of Bone Tissues Using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Kenneth P. Garrard, Nicholas J. Hanne, Jacqueline H. Cole, David C. Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              29. 342. Three-Dimensional (3D) Imaging with Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry
                Hongxia Bai, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Theresse M. Robinson, Kenneth P. Garrard, David C. Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              30. 341. Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry-Based Identification of Unique Metabolic Profiles in Neurodegenerative Clinical Samples
                Kaylie I Kirkwood, Tharani Sabaretnam, Gilles J Guillemin, David C Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              31. 340. Internal Energy Deposition in Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization with and without the Use of Ice as a Matrix
                Anqi Tu, David C. Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              32. 339. DRy Ion Localization and Locomotion (DRILL) MS Interface for Sensitivity Enhancement via Droplet Size Based Inertial Separation
                Jung Lee, Peter Kottke, Crystal L Pace, David C Muddiman, Alex Jonke, Matthew P. Torres, Andrei Fedorov
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              33. 338. Mapping Lipids in Whole-Body Zebrafish Sections Using IR-MALDESI
                Whitney L Stutts, Megan M Knuth, Måns Ekelöf, Debabrata Mahapatra, Seth W Kullman, David C Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              34. 337. Development and Characterization of IR-MALDESI Specifically for Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Plants
                Michael C Bagley, Rika S Judd, Anna N Stepanova, Yogini S Jaiswal, Måns Ekelöf, Kenneth P Garrard, Leonard L Williams, Jose M Alonso, De-Yu Xie, David C Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              35. 336. RastirX: A Versatile Platform for Imaging Arbitrary Spatial Patterns
                Kenneth P. Garrard, Måns Ekelöf, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Michael C. Bagley, David C. Muddiman, Elias P. Rosen, William M. Gilliland, Jr., Angela D. M. Kashuba
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              36. 335. Understanding the Role of Electrospray Solvent Composition on the Ionization of Diverse Chemical Classes by IR-MALDESI MSI
                David C Muddiman, Michael C. Bagley, Måns Ekelöf, Liana Gouveia
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              37. 334. Coupling IR-MALDESI and Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry for Rapid Isomer Distinction in Imaging Experiments
                Måns Ekelöf, James N. Dodds, Jeffrey G. Manni, Kenneth P. Garrard, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Erin S Baker, David C. Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              38. 333. Advanced Proteomics Quality Control Samples for Assessing Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry Performance Metric
                Jaclyn Gowen Kalmar, Michael S. Bereman, David C Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              39. 332. IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Rat Placenta Tissue after Exposure to Flame Retardants
                Crystal L Pace, Måns Ekelöf, Brian Horman, Heather Patisaul, Heather Stapleton, David C. Muddiman
                67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, GA 2019
              40. 331. Evaluation of Digital Image Recongnition Methods for Mass Spectrometry Imaging Data Analysis
                Kenneth P. Garrard
                Precision Engineering Consortium Annual Meeting 2019
              41. 330. High Throughput Direct Analysis with IR-MALDESI-MS
                Mans Ekelof, David C. Muddiman
                Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry (TAMS) Meeting, RTP, NC 2019
                1. 2018Back to top

                        1. 329. MSiReader Workshop
                          Kenneth P. Garrard, Mans Ekelof, David C. Muddiman
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        2. 328. New Advances in IR-MALDESI for Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                          David C. Muddiman
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        3. 327. IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Neurotransmitters in Brain Tissue of Rats Prenatally Exposed to Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA)
                          M. Caleb Bagley, Mans Ekelof, Kylie Rock, Heather Patisaul, David C. Muddiman
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        4. 326. Systematic Evaluation of Spectral Repeatability of IR-MALDESI-MS and Normalization Strategies for Correcting the Analytical Variation
                          Anqi Tu, David C. Muddimum
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        5. 325. Understanding the Fundamentals of IR-MALDESI Ionization for Application in Untargeted Lipidomics
                          Sitora Khodjaniyazova and David C. Muddiman
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        6. 324. Untargeted Metabolomic Profiling of Magnaporthe oryzae During its Infection of Barley
                          Jaclyn Gowen Kalmar, Yeonyee Oh, Ralph Dean and David C. Muddiman
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        7. 323. Correlation Methods for Untargeted Image Analysis with MSiReader
                          Ken Garrard, Måns Ekelöf, David Muddiman
                          IMSS II and OurCon VI Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC 2018
                        8. 322. Evaluation of Digital Image Recognition Methods in Mass Spectrometry Imaging Data Analysis
                          Maans Ekeloef, Kenneth P. Garrard, Elias P. Rosen, Angela DM Kashuba, David C. Muddiman
                          66th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Diego, CA 2018
                        9. 321. Developing IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of HIV Medications in Hair as a Clinicial Tool for Measuring Patient Adherence
                          Mac Gilliland, Kristen Moody, Amanda Poliseno, Heather Prince, Monica Gandhi, David C. Muddiman, Angela DM Kashuba, Elias P. Rosen
                          66th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Diego, CA 2018
                        10. 320. Analysis of B-N-Methylamino-L-Alanine in Environmental Samples Using a Novel Integrated Strategy
                          Joshua Beri, Kaylie I. Kirkwood, Marco Valera, Astrid Schnetzer, David C. Muddiman, Michael S. Bereman
                          66th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Diego, CA 2018
                        11. 319. High Throughput Compound Screening using IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry
                          Jon D. Williams, Mans Ekelof, Nathaniel L. Elsen, David C. Muddiman
                          66th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Diego, CA 2018
                        12. 318. Dry Ion Localization and Locomotion (DRILL) MS Interface for Sensitivity Enhancement via Descolvation and Hydrodynamic Focusing
                          Jung Y. Lee, Peter A. Kottke, Crystal L. Gunther, David C. Muddiman, Alex P. Jonke, Matthew P. Torres, Andrei Fedorov
                          66th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Diego, CA 2018
                        13. 317. Characterization of the Spectral Accuracy of an Orbitrap Mass Analyzer Using Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry
                          Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Milad Nazari, Kenneth Garrard, Mayara Matos, Glen Jackson, David C. Muddiman
                          United States Human Proteome Organization, Minneapolis, MN 2018
                        14. 316. Development of a Novel Strategy for Measurement of the Neurotoxin Beta N-Methylamino-L-Alanine in Environmental Samples
                          Kaylie Kirkwood, Joshua Beri, Michael Bereman, David C. Muddiman
                          United States Human Proteome Organization, Minneapolis, MN 2018
                        15. 315. High Throughput Screening of Enzmatic Reactions using IR-MALDESI
                          Mans Ekelof, Milad Nazari, Sitora Khodjaniyazova, Nathaniel L. Elsen, Jon D. Williams, David C. Muddiman
                          Mass Spectrometry in the Clinical Laboratory, Palm Springs, CA, 2018

                          2017Back to top

                              1. 314. A Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Imaging Workflow using IR-MALDESI and MSiReader
                                Mark T. Bokhart, Kenneth P. Garrard, Elias Rosen, Corbin Thompson, Craig Sykes, Jeffrey G. Manni, David C. Muddiman
                                Eastern Analytical Symposium, Princeton, NJ, 2017
                              2. 313. MSiReader: Open-Source Software for Visualization and Analysis of MSI Data
                                Kenneth P. Garrard, Mark T. Bokhart, Milad Nazari, David C. Muddiman
                                Imaging Mass Spectrometry Society, Boston, MA, 2017
                              3. 312. Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) for Mass Spectrometry Imaging: Source Design and Innovations
                                Mark T. Bokhart, Måns Ekelöf, Milad Nazari, Kenneth P. Garrard, Jeffrey G. Manni, David C. Muddiman
                                Imaging Mass Spectrometry Society, Boston, MA, 2017
                              4. 311. Investigation of Cellular Mechanisms and Environmental Prevalence of an Environmental Toxin Linked to ALS Etiology
                                Joshua Beri, Kaylie Kirkwood, Nicholas T. Seyfried, David C. Muddiman, and Michael S. Bereman
                                TAMS, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 2017
                              5. 310. Unraveling Tolerance Mechanisms to Cadmium-induced Stress in Tomato Genotypes: a Proteomic Approach
                                K.L. Reis, F. Salvato, P.L. Loziuk, D.C. Muddiman, R.A. Azevedo
                                American Society of Plant Biologists, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2017
                              6. 309. Label-Free Shotgun Proteomic Analysis of Sugarcane Stalks Under Severe Drought Stress
                                F. Salvato, P.L. Loziuk, G. Daneluzzi, R.A. Azevedo, D.C. Muddiman, P. Mazzafera
                                American Society of Plant Biologists, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2017
                              7. 308. Materials and Methods for Measuring the Non-Protein Amino Acid BMAA in Proteins
                                D.C. Muddiman, P.L. Loziuk, L.C Nufer, Y. Moazami, J.G Pierce, D. Fourches, S.J Mellors, J.M. Ramsey
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianopolis, IN 2017
                              8. 307. Discovery of bioactive peptides in high salt acidified and fermented cucumbers by direct analysis IR-MALDESI mass spectrometry
                                J. Fideler, M. Ekelöf, D.C. Muddiman, S.D. Johanningsmeier
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              9. 306. Analysis of Time-resolved Ion Yields from Laser Ablation of Biological Tissue Using Electrospray Post-Ionization
                                M. Ekelöf and D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              10. 305. Direct Analysis of Terpenes from Biologically Relevant Buffers using Infrared Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI)
                                M. Nazari, S. Lund, G. J. Williams, J. Williams, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              11. 304. Quantifying Spectral Accuracy of the Orbitrap Mass Analyzer by Comparison with Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry
                                S. Khodjaniazova, M. Nazari, M.P. V. Matos, G.P. Jackson, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              12. 303. Big Community Data Analytics for Metabolite Imaging Mass Spectrometry
                              13. Vitaly Kovalev, Artem Tarasov, Andrew Palmer, Katja Ovchinnikova, Dominik Fay, Christopher R Anderton, Michael Becker, Dhaka Bhandari, Mark Bokhart, Berin Boughton, Claire L. Carter, Stephen Castellino, Nicolas Desbenoit, Livia S. Eberlin, Mathieu Gaudin, Richard J. A. Goodwim, Ron MA Heeren, Corinna Henkel, Carsten Hopf, Amanda B. Hummon, Maureen A Kane, Pegah Khamehgir-Silz, Mario Kompauer, Regist Lavigne, Manuel Liebeke, James McKenzie, Hidenobu Miyazawa, David C. Muddiman Konstantin O. Nagornov, Martin R. L. Paine, Ljiljana Pasa-Tolic, Charles Pineau, Adam Pruska, Cristine Quiason, Ksenja Radic, Luca Rappez, Andreas Roempp, Denis Sammour, Marta Sans Escofet, Sabine Schulz, Sheerin K Shahidi-Latham, Bernhard Spengler, Nicole Strittmatter, Zoltan Takats, Yury O. Tsybin, Eric M. Weaver, Jialing Zhang, Theodore Alexandrov
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              14. 302. Improved Spatial Resolution IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                M.T. Bokhart, J. Manni, M. Ekeloef, M. Nazari, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              15. 301. Mass Spectrometry Image Exploration and Annotation with MSiReader
                                K.P. Garrard, M. Nazari, M.T. Bokhart, M. Ekelöf, S. Khodjaniyazova, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2017
                              16. 300. DRy Ion Localization and Locomotion (DRILL) MS interface for sensitivity enhancement via inertial sorting
                                J. Lee, P.A. Kottke, E.S. Hecht, C.A. Seneviratne, D.C. Muddiman, A.P. Jonke, M.P.
                                Torres, A.G. Fedorov
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianopolis, IN 2017
                              17. 299. Improving the Sensitivity of ESI-MS by Efficient Ion Transmission and Desolvation
                                C.A Seneviratne, M. Nazari, E.S. Hecht, J. Lee, P. Kottke, M. Torres, A.G. Fedorov, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianopolis, IN 2017
                              18. 298. Cross-panel analysis of INLIGHT™ N-Linked Glycans in the Avian Model of Ovarian Cancer
                                E.S. Hecht, A.A. Motsinger-Reif, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianopolis, IN 2017
                              19. 297. New Applications and Technologies for INLIGHT™ N- and O-linked Glycans
                                S.R. King, E.S. Hecht, P.L. Loziuk, E.S. Baker, D.C. Muddiman
                                65th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianopolis, IN 2017
                              20. 296. Relative and Absolute Quantification of Metabolites in Hen Ovarian Tissues using IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                M. Nazari, M. Bokhart, D.C. Muddiman
                                United States Human Proteome Organization, San Diego, CA 2017
                              21. 295. Semi-Automated Methods in Skyline and New MS/MS Rules to Define and Assign Xyosylated N-Linked Glycans in Populus Trichocarpa
                                E.S. Hecht, P.L. Loziuk, B. Pratt, B. MacLean, M. MacCoss, D.C. Muddiman
                                United States Human Proteome Organization, San Diego, CA 2017
                              22. 294. Quantitative Drug Distribution Mapping in Tissues using IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                M. Bokhart, E. Rosen, K. Garrard, A. Kashuba, D.C. Muddiman
                                United States Human Proteome Organization, San Diego, CA 2017
                              23. 293. Elucidation of Novel Proteoforms of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD1) in Sporadic ALS Patients
                                P.L. Loziuk, L. Nufer, J. Pierce, Y. Moazami, D. Fourches, D.C. Muddiman
                                Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory, Palm Springs, CA 2017

                                2016Back to top

                                    1. 292. IR-MALDESI: An Innovative Approach to Molecular Microscopy
                                      M. Nazari, M. Bokhart, D.C. Muddiman
                                      SCIX, Minneapolis, MN 2016
                                    2. 291. IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging: Visualization of Molecular Distributions
                                      M. Bokhart, M. Nazari, K. Garrard, D.C. Muddiman
                                      SERMACS, Columbia, SC 2016
                                    3. 290. Semi-automated Glycan Screening and Quantitative Analysis of Longitudinal Plasma Samples
                                      E. Hecht, A. Motsinger-Reif, B. MacLean, J. Petitte, M. MacCoss, D.C. Muddiman
                                      64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    4. 289. Rapid Detection and Imaging of Fire-Retardant-Cyclodextrin-Inclusion Complexes on Fibers and Films by using IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry
                                      Y. Chen, N. Zhang, M. Nazari, M. Bokhart, M. Ekeloef, D.C. Muddiman, N. Vinueza
                                      64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    5. 288. Polarity Switching and Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Healthy and Cancerous Hen Ovarian Tissue Sections using IR-MALDESI
                                      M. Nazari, M. Bokhart, K. Garrard, D.C. Muddiman
                                      64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    6. 287. Visualization of Small Molecule and Nanoparticle Anticancer Agents in Tissue and Tumor Sections using IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                      M. Bokhart, A. Schorzman, A. Lucas, M. Berens, H. Dhruv, W. Zamboni, D.C. Muddiman
                                      64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    7. 286. Efficient Ion Transmission and Desolvation Enabled by Vorticial Flow in DRy Ion Localization and Locomotion (DRILL) MS interface
                                      J. Lee, P. Kottke, E. Hecht, D.C. Muddiman, N. Panyala, Matthew Torres, A. Fedorov
                                      64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    8. 285. Absolute quantification and customizable database integration for molecular identification with MSiReader
                                      K. Garrard, M. Bokhart, M. Nazari, D.C. Muddiman
                                      64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    9. 284. Tailoring Glycan Hydrazide Tagging Reagents for MS Functionality
                                      J.P McCord and D.C. Muddiman
                                    10. 64th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, San Antonio, TX 2016
                                    11. 283. Quantitative mass spectrometry imaging of chemotherapeutics in tissue sections using IR-MALDESI
                                      M.T. Bokhart, A. Lucas, A. Schorzman, W. Zamboni, D.C. Muddiman
                                      Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory, Palm Springs, CA 2016
                                    12. 2015Back to top

                                      1. 281. Small molecule analysis in single hair strands for evaluation of drug adherence with IR-MALDESI MSI
                                        E.P. Rosen, C.G. Thompson, M.T. Bokhart, H.M.A. Prince, C. Sykes, A.D.M. Kashuba, D.C. Muddiman
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      2. 280. Quantification and Fusion of Mass Spectrometry Imaging Data with MSiReader
                                        K.P. Garrard, M. Bokhart, M. Narazi, D.C. Muddiman
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      3. 279. Coupling of FANGS to the INLIGHT strategy for accurate relative quantification of N-glycans derived from minimal biological material
                                        Hecht E.S., McCord J.P., Muddiman D.C.
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      4. 278. Absolute Quantification of Antiretroviral Drugs in Tissue using IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                        M.T. Bokhart, E.P. Rosen, C. Thompson, C. Sykes, A.D.M. Kashuba, D.C. Muddiman
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      5. 277. Polarity Switching Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Lipids using Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Coupled to a Q Exactive Plus
                                        M. Nazari, E. P. Rosen, D. C. Muddiman
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      6. 276. In-depth profiling of protein deamidation sites in hen tissue and plasma for integrated glycome and proteome measurements.
                                        J.P. McCord, E.S. Hecht, D.C. Muddiman
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      7. 275. Elucidation of Transcription Factors Regulating Cellulose Biosynthesis in Stem Differentiating Xylem Tissue of Populus trichocarpa
                                        Loziuk, P.L., Parker J.L., Li, W., Lin, C., Wang, J.P., Li, Q., Sederoff, R.R., Chiang, V.L.,
                                        Muddiman, D.C.
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      8. 274. Effectively Identifying Proteins from Nanogram Amounts of Total Proteins to Probe the Secretome through MS-Analysis of Secretory Pathway Organelles
                                        S. L. Robertson, P. Sarkar, K. Tiruthani, B. M. Rao, D. C. Muddiman
                                        63rd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, St Louis, MO 2015
                                      9. 273. Optimizing Detection and Ionization of Glycans Towards an Integrated Approach to Define the Biology of Ovarian Cancer
                                        E.S. Hecht, J.P. McCord, D.C. Muddiman
                                        United States Human Proteome Organization, Tempe, AZ 2015
                                      10. 272. Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Antiretroviral Drugs using Infrared Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization
                                        M. Bokhart, E. Rosen, C. Thompson, C. Sykes, A.D.M. Kashuba, D.C. Muddiman
                                        United States Human Proteome Organization, Tempe, AZ 2015
                                      11. 271. An Optimized MS-based Approach to Elucidating Transcription Factors Involved in Cellulose Biosynthesis
                                        P. Loziuk, J. Parker, W. Li, J. Wang, Q. Li, R. Sederoff, V. Chiang, D.C. Muddiman
                                        United States Human Proteome Organization, Tempe, AZ 2015
                                      12. 270. Imaging the Spatial Distribution of Efavirenz in Intact HIV Tissue Reservoirs
                                        E. Rosen, C. Thompson, M. Bokhart, C. Sykes, Y. Fedoriw, P. Luciw, D.C. Muddiman, A.D Kashuba
                                        Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Seattle, WA 2015

                                      2014Back to top

                                          1. 269. Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Hair Strands Allows for Evaluation of Long Term Antiretroviral Adherence, C. Thompson, E. Rosen, M. Bokhart, H. Prince, C. Sykes, D.C. Muddiman, A.D. Kashuba, AIDS Research Human Retroviruses, 2014
                                          2. 268. Analysis of Hydrophobically Derivatized N-Linked Glycans using INLIGHTTM by CE-MS
                                            J.P. McCord, L. Sun, N. Dovichi, D. C. Muddiman
                                            Asilomar Conference, Advances in Glycomics and Glycoproteomics: Methods and Applications, Pacific Grove, CA 2014
                                          3. 267. Improved Workflow of the Individuality Normalization when Labeling with Glycan Hydrazide Tags (INLIGHTTM) Strategy for Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans Derived from Complex Biological Matrices
                                            E.S. Hecht, M. Nazari, S.H. Walker, C.C. Brown, A. Motsinger-Reif, J.P. McCord, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Asilomar Conference, Advances in Glycomics and Glycoproteomics: Methods and Applications, Pacific Grove, CA 2014
                                          4. 266. Fundamental Aspects of Quantitative Measurements in Complex Biological Systems: Considerations from a Systems Biology Approach
                                            P.L. Loziuk, J.P. Wang, R.R. Sederoff, V.L. Chiang and D.C. Muddiman
                                            17th Annual Symposium on Clinical and Pharmaceutical Solutions through Analysis (CPSA), Langhorne, PA 2014
                                          5. 265. CZE-ESI-MS Analysis of INLIGHT™ Tagged N-Glycans for Improved Separation and Limit of Detection using Neutral and Charged Hydrophobic Hydrazide Reagents
                                            J. McCord, A.C. Cook, L. Sun, M. Khaldei, N. Dovichi, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          6. 264. Biomarker Discovery Efforts for Ovarian Cancer: Using Association Analysis for Elucidating Unique N-Glycome Profiles Generated from Matched Human Plasma
                                            A.C. Cook, S.H. Walker, A.D. Taylor, C. Brown, A. Motsinger-Reif, W.A. Cliby, J.N. Petitte, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          7. 263. Automated Mass Shift Detection, Accurate Peak Area Integration, Identification and Relative Quantification of INLIGHT™ Derivatized N-Glycans for LC-MS Comparative Glycomics
                                            K.P Garrard, A.C. Cook, G. Robichaud, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          8. 262. Investigating the Use of Heat Stabilization During Sample Preparation of Tissues for Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                            S.L. Robertson, J.A. Barry, G. Robichaud, C. Sykes, C.G. Thompson, N. Muthusamy, T.H. Ghashghaei, A.D.M. Kashuba, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          9. 261. Investigation of Matrix Effects on INLIGHT™ Quantification Strategy of Hydrazide-Tagged Glycans and Optimization of nano-RP-HPLC Gradient Elution
                                            E.S. Hecht, A.C. Cook, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          10. 260. Absolute Signal Intensity as a Metric for Surrogate Peptide Selection and Ion Ratio Thresholds for Absolute Quantification Mass Spectrometry
                                            P.L. Loziuk, W. Li, J. Wang, Q. Li, R.R. Sederoff, V.L. Chiang, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          11. 259. Comparison of UV-MALDI and IR-MALDESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Biological Tissue Sections
                                            M. Nazari, E. Rosen, M.T. Bokhart, C. Thompson, C. Sykes, A.D.M. Kashuba, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          12. 258. Toward Quantitative Infrared Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Biological Tissue
                                            M.T. Bokhart, G. Robichaud, J.A. Barry, A.D.M. Kashuba, C. Sykes, D.C. Muddiman
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          13. 257. Characterizing Phosphorylation and Ubiquitination Cross-Talk in Magnaporthe oryzae
                                            J.L. Parker, Y. Oh, D.C. Muddiman, R.A. Dean
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          14. 256. Systematic Investigation of Isobaric Interferences in Vitamin D analysis by Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry and FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            F. Meier, T. Geib, P. Schorr, Y. Qi, M. Bokhart, E. Rosen, D.C. Muddiman, D. Volmer
                                            62nd American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Baltimore, MD 2014
                                          15. 255. Characterizing Antiretroviral Distribution Within Active Viral Reservoirs using Mass Spectrometry Imaging
                                            C.G. Thompson, E. Rosen, C. Sykes, Y. Fedoriw, P. Luciw, D.C. Muddiman, A.D.M. Kashuba
                                            15th Annual HIV Clinical Pharmacology Workshop, Washington DC 2014
                                          16. 254. Biomarker Discovery Efforts for Ovarian Cancer: Development and Application of the INLIGHT™ Relative Quantification Strategy for Plasma N-linked Glycomics
                                            Amber C. Cook, S. Hunter Walker, Amber D. Taylor, James N. Petitte, William A. Cliby, David C. Muddiman
                                            10th Annual United States Human Proteome Organization, Seattle, WA 2014

                                      2013Back to top

                                          1. 253. Comparative Proteomic Analysis of Peanut Seed and Seed Coat
                                            B.L. White, T.H. Sanders, J.P. Davis, A.I. Nepomuceno, D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Peanut Research and Education Society, Young Harris, GA 2013
                                          2. 252. Understanding the Role of Proteolytic Digestion on Discovery and Targeted Proteome Measurements using LC-MS/MS
                                            P. Loziuk, W. Li, J. Wang, V.L. Chiang, R.R. Sederoff, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          3. 251. Global Proteome Analysis of Wild-Type and FoxJ1 Knock-Out Mouse Brain Tissues using a Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
                                            R.J. Gibson, A.I. Nepomuceno, N. Muthusamy, S.M. Randall, P.L. Loziuk, H.T. Ghashghaei, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          4. 250. Validation of Observed Metabolite to Parent Drug Abundance Ratios from IR-MALDESI MSI by Performing LC-MS on Adjacent Tissue Sections
                                            K. Klinc, J.A. Barry, G. Robichaud, D. Wagner, S. Castellino, D.C. Muddiman, R. Groseclose
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          5. 249. Identification of Dyes Directly from Textile Fibers using Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Coupled to FT-ICR-MS
                                            K. Cochran, J.A. Barry, G. Robichaud, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          6. 248. Absolute Quantification of the Lignin Biosynthesis Pathway Proteins and Metabolites in Transgenic Populous Trichocarpa
                                            Z. Yang, J. Liu, Q. Li, R. Sederoff, V. Chiang, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          7. 247. Homeostasis of Plasma N-Linked Glycome as Defined in the Domestic Hen Model of Spontaneous Ovarian Adenocarcinoma
                                            A. Cook, S.H. Walker, A.D. Taylor, A.M. Hawkridge, J. N. Petitte, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          8. 246. Novel Aqueous Two-Phase Systems for Extraction of Membrane Proteins in Human Embryonic Stem Cells
                                            J. McCord, E. Gokce, S. Liang, S. Randall, D.C. Muddiman, M. Khaledi
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          9. 245. Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteome Characterization of Laser Microdissected Ovary and Oviduct Tissues from Chickens with Ovarian Cancer
                                            A.I. Nepomuceno, A.M. Hawkridge, J.N. Petitte, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          10. 244. Novel N-Linked Glycan Relative Quantification Strategy via Stable-Isotope Labeled Hydrazone Formation and Application to Biomarker Discovery Efforts in Ovarian Cancer
                                            S.H. Walker, A.D. Taylor, W.A. Cliby, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          11. 243. Factorial Experimental Designs Elucidate Significant Factors Affecting Data Acquisition on a Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
                                            S.M. Randall, H.L. Cardasis, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          12. 242. Data Analysis and Processing Strategy for Large Scale Mass Spectrometry N-Linked Glycan Relative Quantification Studies
                                            A. Taylor, S.H. Walker, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          13. 241. Drug and Metabolism Studies using Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization Imaging Mass Spectrometry (IR-MALDESI MSI) Coupled to FT-ICR-MS
                                            J.A. Barry, R. Groseclose, G. Robichaud, D. Wagner, S. Castellino, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          14. 240. Characterization of Novel Polyketide Synthase Activity by the Measurement of Intact Protein and Proteolytic Products at Amino Acid Level Resolution
                                            M.M. Hinks, S.M. Randall, I. Koryakina, G.J. Williams, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          15. 239. MSiReader: A Free Open-Source Vendor-Neutral Matlab Interface to View and Analyze High Resolving Power MS Imaging Data
                                            K.P. Garrard, G. Robichaud, J.A. Barry, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          16. 238. Fundamental Characterization of Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) for Mass Spectrometry Tissue Imaging using Ice as a Matrix
                                            G. Robichaud, J.A. Barry, D.C. Muddiman
                                            61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2013
                                          17. 237. Molecular Imaging under Ambient Conditions with Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) Mass Spectrometry using Ice as a Matrix
                                            J. Barry, G. Robichaud, D.C. Muddiman
                                            9th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Baltimore, MD 2013
                                          18. 236. High Throughput Stable-Isotope Labeled Derivatization Strategy and Data Analysis for the Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans in Complex Biological Samples
                                            S.H. Walker, A.D. Taylor, D.C. Muddiman
                                            9th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Baltimore, MD 2013

                                      2012Back to top

                                          1. 235. Probing the Promiscuity of Polyketide Biosynthesis with Non-Natural Polyketide Building Blocks
                                            I. Koryakina, J. McArthur, S.M. Randall, M. Draelos, E.M. Musiol, D.C. Muddiman, T. Weber, G.J. Williams
                                            Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Raleigh, NC 2012
                                          2. 234. Quantitative Proteomics using SILAC to Investigate the Immunomodulatory Effects of Echinacea purpurea
                                            N.B. Cech, V. Kandhi, D.C. Muddiman, S.M. Laster, S.M. Randall
                                            Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Raleigh, NC 2012
                                          3. 233. Experimental and Practical Advantages to Hydrazone Formation Derivatization of N-linked Glycans Toward High-Throughput N-linked Glycome Profiling of Plasma
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Brandon C. Carlisle, and David C. Muddiman
                                            4th Charles Warren Workshop, CCRC, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 2012
                                          4. 232. A Proteomic Time-Course Study of Magnaporthe oryzae Utilizing Mass Spectrometry: Gaining Insights into Differentially Expressed Proteins
                                            Emine Gokce, William K. Franck, Yeonee Y. Oh, Ralph A. Dean, and David C. Muddiman
                                            29th Twenty-Ninth Triangle Chromatography Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2012. Note: Second Place Poster Award
                                          5. 231. Relative Quantification of N-linked Glycans on a Reverse Phase Chromatography Platform Coupled Online to Mass Spectrometry: Practical and Experimental Advantages Over HILIC Separation
                                            Brandon C. Carlisle, S. Hunter Walker, David C. Muddiman
                                            29th Twenty-Ninth Triangle Chromatography Symposium, Raleigh, NC 2012
                                          6. 230. Quantitative Proteomics using SILAC to Investigate the Immunomodulatory Effects of Echinacea purpurea
                                            Vamskirishna Kanhi, Shan N, Randall, David C. Muddiman, Scott M. Laster, and Nadja B. Cech
                                            60th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Vancouver, BC Canada 2012
                                          7. 229. Comprehensive Quantification of the Lignin Biosynthetic Pathway: A Systems Biology Study in the Model Woody Plant Populus trichocarpa
                                            Christopher M. Shuford, Zhichang Yang, Jie Liu, His-Chuan Chen, Jack Wang, Rui Shi, Quanzi Li, Ronald R. Sederoff, Vincent L. Chiang, and David C. Muddiman
                                            60th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Vancouver, BC Canada 2012

                                      2011Back to top

                                          1. 228. Evaluation of Normalization and Quantification Methods for Large Scale Label-Free Spectral Counting Data Sets
                                            Emine Gokce, Christopher Shuford, William L. Franck, Yeon Yee Oh, Ralph A. Dean, and David C. Muddiman
                                            63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Richmond, Virginia 2011
                                          2. 227. Proteome Characterization of Chicken Ovary Tissue and Plasma Using One-Dimension SDS-PAGE and nLC-MS/MS (GeLC-MS/MS)
                                            Angelito I. Nepomuceno, James N. Petitte, David C. Muddiman, Adam M. Hawkridge
                                            63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Richmond, Virginia 2011
                                          3. 226. Use of Statistical Design of Experiments for Optimization of the Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Source for Mass Spectrometry
                                            Jeremy A Barry, Guillaume Robichaud, David C Muddiman
                                            63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Richmond, Virginia 2011
                                          4. 225. Relative Quantification of Protein Expression in Human Embryonic Stem Cells Using Tandem Mass Spectrometry
                                            Shan M. Randall, Timothy S. Collier, Prasenjit Sarkar, Balaji M. Rao, and David C. Muddiman
                                            63rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Richmond, Virginia 2011
                                          5. 224. Differential Protein Expression in the Life Cycle of the Rice Blast Fungus Magnaporthe oryzae
                                            Emine Gokce, William L. Franck, Yeon Yee Oh, Ralph A. Dean, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          6. 223. Direct Comparison of Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Cell Culture and Label Free Spectral Counting for Quantitative Proteomics
                                            Timothy S. Collier, Prasenjit, William L. Franck, Balaji M. Rao, Ralph A. Dean, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          7. 222. Identification of Protein Isoforms in Fungi by Mass Spectrometry Analyses using Alternative Splicing Databases
                                            Kung-Yen Chang, Emine Gokce, William L. Franck, Ralph A. Dean, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          8. 221. Sulfur Counting and Spectral Accuracy Capabilities of the LTQ-FT and the LTQ-Orbitrap for Small Molecule Analysis
                                            Samantha Blake, S. Hunter Walker, David C. Muddiman, David Hinks and Keith Beck
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          9. 220. Utilizing Liquid Chromatography Coupled with Selective Reaction Monitoring (LC-SRM) for Comprehensive Metabolic Profiling of Lignin Biosynthesis in Woody Plants
                                            Christopher Shuford, Jie Liu, His-Chuan Chen, Ronald R. Sederoff, Vincent L. Chiang, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          10. 219. Concurrent Global Analysis of the Proteome and N-Linked Glycome of Differentiating Human Embryonic Stem Cells
                                            Shan M. Randall, S. Hunter Walker, Prasenjit Sarkar, Balaji Rao, Timothy S. Collier and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          11. 218. The Development of Stable Isotope-Labeled Hydrazide Reagents for the Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans in Spontaneous Ovarian Adenocarcinoma Model
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Januka Budhathoki-Uprety, Bruce Novak, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          12. 217. Characterization of the UV- and IR-Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization (MALDESI) Source with Air Amplifier
                                            Jeremy Barry, Guillaume Robichaud, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          13. 216. In-Depth Proteome Characterization of Healthy and Cancerous Chicken Ovarian Tissues
                                            Angelito I. Nepomuceno, James N. Petitte, David C. Muddiman and Adam M. Hawkridge
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          14. 215. Comparative Metabolomic Profiling of the Onset and Progression of Ovarian Cancer in the Chicken
                                            Adam M. Hawkridge, Edward Karoly, Robert Mohney, Rebecca Wysocki, James Petitte, Paul Mozdziak, Kenneth Anderson, and David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          15. 214. Measurement of the Intra- and Inter-Individual Biological Variability of Chicken Plasma Proteins by Multiple Reaction Monitoring
                                            Genna L. Andrews, James Petitte, David C. Muddiman and Adam M. Hawkridge
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          16. 213. Assessment of the Complementarity of LC-MS/MS Instruments on Proteome Coverage and Quantitative Accuracy using Design of Experiments
                                            Genna L. Andrews, Brigitte Simons, J. Bryce Young, Adam M. Hawkridge, David C. Muddiman
                                            59th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, Colorado 2011
                                          17. 212. Proteomic Analysis of the Rice Blast Fungus Magnaporthe Oryzae
                                            Emine Gokce, Timothy S. Collier, Yeon Yee Oh, William L. Franck, Ralph A. Dean, David C. Muddiman
                                            28th Annual Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          18. 211. In-depth Proteome Characterization of Ovarian Cancer Tumor Tissues in the Chicken
                                            Angelito Nepomuceno; James Petitte; David C. Muddiman; Adam Hawkridge
                                            28th Annual Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          19. 210. Development of Novel Stable-Isotope Labeled Reagents for the Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans and Enhanced Detection in ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Januka Budhathoki-Uprety, Monica F. Enamorado, Daniel L. Comins, Bruce M. Novak, David C. Muddiman
                                            28th Annual Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          20. 209. Sulfur Counting and Spectral Accuracy Capabilities of the LTQ-FT and the LTQ-Orbitrap for Small Molecule Analysis
                                            Samantha Blake, S. Hunter Walker, David C. Muddiman, Keith R. Beck and David Hinks
                                            28th Annual Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          21. 208. DOE Assisted Improvement of Proteome Coverage and LC-MS Instrument Evaluation
                                            Genna Andrews; Brigitte Simons; Ralph Dean; Adam Hawkridge; David C. Muddiman
                                            28th Annual Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          22. 207. Comparison of Analytical Strategies Using Differentiating Human Embryonic Stem Cells
                                            Shan Randall; Timothy Collier; Prasenjit Sarkar; Balaji Rao; David C. Muddiman
                                            28th Annual Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          23. 206. In-depth Proteome Characterization of Ovarian Cancer Tumor Tissues in the Chicken
                                            Angelito Nepomuceno; James Petitte; David C. Muddiman; Adam Hawkridge
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          24. 205. Quantitatively Characterizing Tandem Removal of Abundant Proteins (TRAP) in Human Plasma via Label-free Spectral Counting
                                            Christopher Shuford; Adam Hawkridge; John Burnett, Jr.; David C. Muddiman
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          25. 204. Comparison of Analytical Strategies Using Differentiating Human Embryonic Stem Cells
                                            Shan Randall; Timothy Collier; Prasenjit Sarkar; Balaji Rao; David C. Muddiman
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          26. 203. DOE Assisted Improvement of Proteome Coverage and LC-MS Instrument Evaluation
                                            Genna Andrews; Brigitte Simons; Ralph Dean; Adam Hawkridge; David C. Muddiman
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          27. 202. Development of Novel Stable-Isotope Labeled Reagents for the Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans and Enhanced Detection in ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Januka Budhathoki-Uprety, Monica F. Enamorado, Daniel L. Comins, Bruce M. Novak, David C. Muddiman
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011

                                            Note: Student Received 1st Place Poster Award
                                          28. 201. Characterization of the Matrix Asisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Source for Mass Spectrometry Using UV or IR Wavelengths
                                            Jeremy Barry; Guillaume Robichaud; David C. Muddiman
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011
                                          29. 200. Identification of Protein Isoforms in Spores of Magnaporthe oryzae
                                            Kung-Yen Chang; Emine Gokce; David C. Muddiman
                                            7th Annual US-HUPO Meeting, Raleigh, NC 2011

                                      2010Back to top

                                          1. 199. Enhanced Glycan ESI Response using Neutral Hydrazide Reagents via Hydrophobic Tagging towards the Profiling of Cleaved N-linked Glycans
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Brian N. Papas, Daniel L. Comins, David C. Muddiman
                                            37th FACSS Conference, Raleigh, NC 2010
                                          2. 198. Utilizing Spectral Counting to Quantitatively Characterize the Effects of Abundant Protein Depletion and the AliPHAT Method in Human Plasma Proteomics
                                            C.M. Shuford, D.L. Comins, J.C. Burnett, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            37th FACSS Conference, Raleigh, NC 2010
                                          3. 197. Investigating the Relationship of Instrument Parameters and Sample Complexity Towards the Analysis of Label-Free Relative Quantification Using Spectral Counts
                                            Genna L. Andrews, Adam M. Hawkridge, and David C. Muddiman
                                            37th FACSS Conference, Raleigh, NC 2010
                                            (First Place Poster Award)
                                          4. 196. Proteomic Analysis of the Rice Blast Fungus Magnaporthe Oryzae
                                            Emine Gokce, Timothy S. Collier, Yeon Yee Oh, William L. Frank, Ralph A. Dean and David C. Muddiman
                                            37th FACSS Conference, Raleigh, NC 2010
                                          5. 195. Utilizing Spectral Counting to Quantitatively Characterize the Effects of Tandem Abundant Protein Depletion and the ALiPHAT Method in Human Plasma Proteomics
                                            C.M. Shuford, D.L. Comins, J.C. Burnett, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          6. 194. Confident Identification and Relative Quantification of Intact Proteins from Human Embryonic Stem Cells using SILAC
                                            T. S. Collier, P. Sarkar, B. Rao, D. C. Muddiman
                                            58th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          7. 193. Understanding the Interplay Between a Permanent Charge and Hydrophobicity on the Electrospray Ionization of Glycans and the Application of Hydrazide Hydrophobic Tagging Reagents Toward the Assay of N-linked Glycans
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Brian N. Papas, Daniel L. Comins, David C. Muddiman
                                            58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          8. 192. Defining and Quantifying Individual and Co-cultured Intracellular Proteomes of Two Thermophilic Microorganisms by GeLC-MS2 and Spectral Counting
                                            Genna L. Andrews, Derrick L. Lewis, Jaspreet S. Notey, Robert M. Kelly, and David C. Muddiman
                                            58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          9. 191. Preparation of Magnaporthe oryzae Mycelia and Spores for Proteomic Analysis: Protein Extraction, Fractionation, and Identification
                                            Anna R. Courie, Emine Gokce, Timothy S. Collier, Yeon Yee Oh, William L. Frank, Ralph A. Dean and David C. Muddiman
                                            58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          10. 190. Precision Engineering, CFD and DOE Used for the Design, Fabrication and Evaluation of an Ion Focusing Device for ESI
                                            G. Robichaud, B. R. Dixon,, A. Potturi, D. Cassidy, J.R. Edwards, A. Sohn, T.A. Dow, D.C. Muddiman
                                            58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          11. 189. Comparison of Tandem MS Search Algorithms on Identification of Alternative Splice Variants
                                            K.Y. Chang and D.C. Muddiman
                                            58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
                                          12. 188. Quantitative Proteomic Analysis of Human Embryonic Stem Cells Utilizing Size and Charge-Based Separations and nono-LC-LTQ-FTICR-MS2
                                            T. S. Collier, P. Sarkar, B. Rao, D. C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC 2010
                                            Note: Student Received 1st Place Poster Award
                                          13. 187. Utilizing Spectral Counting to Quantitatively Characterize the Effects of Tandem Abundant Protein Depletion and the ALiPHAT Method in Human Plasma Proteomics
                                            C.M. Shuford, D.L. Comins, J.C. Burnett, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2010
                                          14. 186. Defining and Quantifying Individual and Co-cultured Intracellular Proteomes of Two Thermophilic Microorganisms by GeLC-MS2 and Spectral Counting
                                            Genna L. Andrews, Derrick L. Lewis, Jaspreet S. Notey, Robert M. Kelly, and David C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2010
                                            Note: Student Received 2nd Place Poster Award
                                          15. 185. Understanding the Interplay Between a Permanent Charge and Hydrophobicity on the Electrospray Ionization of Glycans and the Application of Hydrazide Hydrophobic Tagging Reagents Toward the Assay of N-linked Glycans
                                            S. Hunter Walker, Brian N. Papas, Daniel L. Comins, David C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2010
                                            Note: Student Received 3rd Place Poster Award

                                      2009Back to top

                                          1. 184. Establishing an “Index of Individuality” for the Chicken Plasma Proteome using Label-Free Proteomics
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, R. Wysocky, J. Petitte, K. Anderson, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, Sigma Xi, RTP, NC 2009
                                          2. 183. Profiling the N-linked Glycome from Human and Chicken Plasma to Identify Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers
                                            D.C. Muddiman, R.B. Dixon, M.S. Bereman, A.M. Hawkridge, J. Petitte, and W.A. Cliby
                                            Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, Sigma Xi, RTP, NC 2009
                                          3. 182. Quantitative Top-Down Proteomic Analysis of SILAC Labeled Human Embryonic Stem Cells
                                            T. S. Collier, P. Sarkar, B. Rao, D. C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, Sigma Xi, RTP, NC 2009
                                          4. 181. Utilizing Hydrophobic Chemical Tagging to Improve Detection Limits for Quantification of B-type Natriuretic Peptide by Protein Cleavage Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry
                                            C.M. Shuford, D.L. Comins, J.L. Whitten, J.C. Burnett, Jr., and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, Sigma Xi, RTP, NC 2009
                                          5. 180. Method Development for the Characterization of Thermophilic Bacterial Proteomes by nanoLC-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry: Probing for Novel Thermostable Biocatalysts
                                            G.L. Andrews, D.L. Lewis, J. Notey, R.M. Kelly, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, Sigma Xi, RTP, NC 2009
                                          6. 179. Temporal Proteomic Characterization of Spontaneous Ovarian Cancer in the Chicken
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, R. Wysocky, J. Petitte, K. Anderson, P.E. Mozdziak, J.M. Horowitz, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            AACR Frontiers in Basic Cancer Research, Boston, MA 2009
                                          7. 178. Profiling the N-linked Glycome from Human and Chicken Plasma to Identify Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers
                                            D.C. Muddiman, R.B. Dixon, M.S. Bereman, A.M. Hawkridge, J. Petitte, and W.A. Cliby
                                            HUPO VIII World Congress, Toronto, CANADA 2009
                                          8. 177. Establishing an “Index of Individuality” for the Chicken Plasma Proteome using Label-Free Proteomics
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, R. Wysocky, J. Petitte, K. Anderson, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            HUPO VIII World Congress, Toronto, CANADA 2009
                                          9. 176. Intracellular Signaling During Early Differentiation of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
                                            B. Rao, P. Sarkar, T.S. Collier, D.C. Muddiman
                                            AIChE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN 2009
                                          10. 175. Array of Micromachined UltraSonic Electrospray (AMUSE) Ion Source for High Throughput, Multiplexed Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry
                                            T.P. Forbes, C.Y. Hampton, R.B. Dixon, D.C. Muddiman, F.M. Fernandez, F.L. Degertekin, A.G. Fedorov
                                            ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Lake Buena Vista, FL, 2009
                                          11. 174. Development of an Air Amplifier-Assisted Protein-Cleavage Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry Method for Prostate Specific Antigen in the Nano-Flow Regime
                                            R.B. Dixon, D.K. Williams, A. Sohn, J.R. Edwards, T.A. Dow, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          12. 173. Proteomic Profiling of Populus trichocarpa for the Interrogation of Molecular Mechanisms behind Wood Formation
                                            T.I. Williams, Y-H Sun, T-F Yeh, J.S. Sampson, D.C. Muddiman, V. Chiang
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          13. 172. Electrohydrodynamic Charge Separation for Improving Analytew Ionization in the Array of Micromachined UltraSonic Electrospray (AMUSE) Ion Source
                                            T.P. Forbes, R.B. Dixon, D.C. Muddiman, F.L. Degertekin, A.G. Fedorov
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          14. 171. Investigating the Secretome of Individual and Co-cultured Thermophiles for Small Putative Proteins of Enzymatic Potential
                                            G.L. Andrews, D.L. Lewis, S.E. Blumer-Schuette, J. Notey, R.M. Kelly, T.S. Collier, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          15. 170. Evaluation of Novel Front-End Technologies to Facilitate the Study of BNP-32 by High Performance Mass Spectrometry
                                            C.M. Shuford, G.L. Andrews, D.K. Williams, J.C. Burnett, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          16. 169. One-Year Longitudinal Study of the Chicken Plasma Proteome to Identify Biomarkers for Epithelial Cancer
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, R. Wysocky, J. Petitte, K. Anderson, P. Mozdziak, J. Horowitz, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          17. 168. Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization Coupled to FT- ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            K.K. Murray, J.S. Sampson, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          18. 167. Elucidation of the MALDESI Mechanism Using Deuterated Solvents, Remote Analyte Sampling Transport and Ionization Relay Coupled with FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            J.S. Sampson, R.B. Dixon, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          19. 166. Understanding Hydrophobicity and Limits of Detection for Biologically Relevant Peptides using the ALiPHAT Method and Electrospray Ionization
                                            D.K. Williams, I.D. Bori, P. Ondachi, D.L. Comins, J. Whitten, D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          20. 165. Exploring the N-linked Glycome for Early Detection of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer by nanoLC FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            M.S. Bereman, W.A. Cliby, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            57th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
                                          21. 164. Method Development for the Improved Detection of B-type Natriuretic Peptide by High Performance Mass Spectrometry
                                            C.S. Shuford, G.L. Andrews, J.C. Burnett, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2009
                                          22. 163. Quantitative Top-Down and Bottom-Up Proteomics of Aflatoxin Producing Aspergillus flavus Utilizing Gel Electrophoresis, mRP Chromatography, and Online nano-Flow LC-MS/MS
                                            T.S. Collier, A.M. Hawkridge, D.R. Georgianna, G.A. Payne, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2009
                                            Note: Student received 3rd Place Poster Award
                                          23. 162. Investigating Potential Protein Functions of Small Unknown Reading Frames Secreted by Individual and Co-Cultured Thermophiles
                                            G.L. Andrews, D.L. Lewis, S.E. Blumer-Schuette, J. Notey, R.M. Kelly, T.S. Collier, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2009
                                          24. 161. Development of an Air Amplifier Assisted Protein-Cleavage Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry for Prostate Specific Antigen in the Nano-Flow Regime
                                            R.N. Dixon, D.K. Williams, J.R. Edwards, T.A. Dow, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Discussion Group, Raleigh, NC, 2009
                                          25. 160. The Development of Nano LC Mass Spectrometric Methods for Profiling Glycans in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (EOC) and Control Plasma
                                            M.S. Bereman, T.I. Williams, K. R. Kalli, W. A. Cliby and D.C. Muddiman
                                            60th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Chicago, IL, 2009
                                          26. 159. Applications of Solid- and Liquid-State Infrared Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (IR-MALDESI) for Analysis of Biological Macromolecules and Tissue Imaging
                                            J.S. Sampson, K.K. Murray, R.B. Dixon, T. Ghashghaei, D.C. Muddiman
                                            237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 2009
                                          27. 158. Synthesis of Novel Iodoacetamide Derivatives for Proteomics Research
                                            M.G. Jessico, P.W. Ondachi, D.L. Comins, D.C. Muddiman
                                            237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 2009

                                      2008Back to top

                                          1. 157. Glycan Analysis by Nano LC-MS: Applications for Biomarker Discovery in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
                                            M.S. Bereman, T.I. Williams, K. R. Kalli, W. A. Cliby and D.C. Muddiman
                                            The Ninth Annual Atlanta-Athens Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, Athens, GA, October 2008
                                          2. 156. In Search of Epithetial Ovarian Cancer Molecular Markers by MALDI-FT-ICR-MS and NanoLC LTQ-Orbitrap-MS
                                            T. Islam Williams, M.S. Bereman, K.R. Kalli, W.A. Cliby and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory, University of California – San Diego, San Diego, CA, 2008
                                          3. 155. Can the Diagnostic and Prognostic Value of Prostate Specific Antigen Be Improved by Harnessing the Specificity of Mass Spectrometry?
                                            R.B. Dixon, J.R. Edwards, A. Sohn, T.A. Dow, D.C. Muddiman
                                            100th Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Philadelphia, PA, 2008
                                          4. 154. Alternative Splicing Database for Bottom-Up and Top-Down Protein Identification
                                            Kung-Yen Chang, D.R. Georgianna, S.A. Heber, G.A. Payne, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          5. 153. Comparative Investigation of the Chicken and Human Plasma Proteome: Implications for Biomarker Discovery in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, B. Wysocky, J. N. Petitte, P.E. Mozdziak, K.E. Anderson, W.A. Cliby, J.M. Horowitz, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          6. 152. Identification and Quantification of Intact Proteins from A. flavus using SILAC and nano-Flow LC-LTQ-FT-ICR-MS
                                            T.S. Collier, A.M. Hawkridge, D.R. Georgianna, Gary A. Payne, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          7. 151. Development of a New Ionization Source Liquid Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization and Investigation of the MALDESI Ionization Mechanism
                                            J.S. Sampson, R.B. Dixon, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          8. 150. Analysis of O-linked Glycans Derived from Normal and Diseased EOC Plasma by Nano LC-ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            M.S. Bereman, T.I. Williams, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          9. 149. Mining the Plasma Glycoproteome for Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Biomarker Discovery
                                            T.I. Williams, W.A. Cliby, K.R. Kalli, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          10. 148. Application of Iodoacetamide Derivatives Utilized to Increase Ion Abundance through the ALiPHAT Strategy
                                            D.C. Muddiman, D.K. Williams, C.W. Meadows, D.L. Comins, A.M. Hawkridge
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          11. 147. Development and Utilization of Aerodynamic Devices for Ambient Ionization in Mass Spectrometry
                                            R.B. Dixon, J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          12. 146. Absolute Quantification of C-Reactive Protein in Plasma Utilizing Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.K. Williams, R.B. Dixon, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          13. 145. Exploring Mechanisms of Analyte Ionization in AMSUE (Array of Micromachined UltraSonic Electrospray) Ion Source Combined with an FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer
                                            T.P. Forbes, R.B. Dixon, D.C. Muddiman, F.L. Degertekin, A.G. Fedorov
                                            56th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Denver, CO, 2008
                                          14. 144. The Development of Novel Ionization Sources Incorporated with Aerodynamic Devices for Bio-Analytical Studies on a Hybrid LTQ-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer
                                            R. Brent Dixon, J.S. Sampson, T.P. Forbes, A.M. Hawkridge, A.G. Fedorov and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Symposium, Raleigh, NC, 2008
                                          15. 143. Top-Down identification and Quantification of Proteins from the Prototroph Aspergillus flavus using nano-Flow Reversed-Phase LC Directly Coupled to LTQ-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            T.S. Collier, A.M. Hawkridge, D.R. Georgianna, G.A. Payne, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Symposium, Raleigh, NC, 2008
                                          16. 142. Liquid Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (liq-MALDESI) Coupled to a Hybrid FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer for Direct Analysis of Biological Molecules
                                            J.S. Sampson, Adam M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Symposium, Raleigh, NC, 2008
                                          17. 141. The Development of a Nano-LC-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometric Method for Profiling Glycans in Diseased and Control Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (EOC)
                                            M.S. Bereman, T.I. Williams, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Chromatography Symposium, Raleigh, NC, 2008
                                          18. 140. Proteomic Characterization of Hydroquinone-Induced Blebs in a Human RPE Cell Line
                                            O. Alcazar, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman, S.K. Bhattacharya, and M.E. Marin-Castano
                                            The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 2008

                                      2007Back to top

                                          1. 139. Preparation and Quantitative Intact Protein Analysis of the Fungus Aspergillus Flavus using SILAC, Accurate Intact Mass and Arginine Counting by RPLC-FT Mass Spectrometry
                                            T.S. Collier, D.C. Muddiman, D.K. Williams, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge, D.R. Georgianna, and G.A. Payne
                                            The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), Greenville, SC, 2007
                                          2. 138. Salt Tolerance and Molecular Weight Determination using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Coupled to LTQ-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), Greenville, SC, 2007
                                          3. 137. Coupling Automatic Gain Control and Calibration Laws to Achieve Parts-Per-Billion Mass Measurement Accuracy Utilizing a FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer
                                            D.K. Williams, Jr. and D.C. Muddiman
                                            The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), Greenville, SC, 2007
                                          4. 136. Improved Ion Abundance in LTQ and LTQ-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry by Implementing an Air Amplifier
                                            R. B. Dixon, J. R. Edwards, A. G. Fedorov, A. M. Hawkridge, and D. C. Muddiman
                                            The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), Greenville, SC, 2007
                                          5. 135. Characterization and Biological Applications of Desorption Electrospray Ionization Coupled to Hybrid FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            M.S. Bereman, T.I. Williams, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS), Greenville, SC, 2007
                                          6. 134. Integrating Voltage-Assisted Hydrodynamic Devices to Efficiently Sample Biological Specimens
                                            R.B. Dixon, D.K. Williams, J.S. Sampson; J.R. Edwards, A.M. Hawkridge, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            23rd Annual Asilomar Conference on Mass Spectrometry, Pacific Grove, CA, 2007
                                          7. 133. Proteomic Analyses of Proteins Isolated from Mammalian Bone Using a Pressure Cycling Technology
                                            G.B. Smejkal, A.T. Kwan, I. Romanovsky, D.C. Muddiman, M.H. Schweitzer, and T.S. Collier
                                            International Human Proteome Organization, Seoul, Korea, 2007
                                          8. 132. Relative Quantification Proteomics Reveals Temperature Dependent Protein Changes in the Toxigenic Fungus Aspergillus flavus
                                            D.R. Georgianna, D.C. Muddiman, A.M. Hawkridge, and G.A.Payne
                                            1st International Conference on Toxicogenomics Integrated with Environmental Sciences, Raleigh, NC, 2007
                                          9. 131. O-Linked Protein Glycosylations in Plasma as Biomarkers for Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
                                            T.I. Williams, J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge, W.A. Cliby, D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          10. 130. Mass Measurement Accuracy Comparison of Double Focusing Magnetic Sector and Time-of-Flight Mass Analyzers
                                            M.M. Lyndon, R.B. Dixon, M.S. Bereman, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          11. 129. Calibration Laws Based on Multiple Linear Regression Applied to MALDI-FT-ICR-Mass Spectrometry
                                            M.A. Chadwick, T.I. Williams, D.K. Williams, Jr. and D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          12. 128. Investigations with O-linked Protein Glycosylations by MALDI-FTICR-MS
                                            D.A. Saggese, T.I. Williams, R.J. Wilcox, J.D. Martin, H.J. An, B. Li, C.B. Lebrilla and D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          13. 127. MALDI-FT-ICR-MS Quantification of Peptides and Oligosaccharides using Stable-Isotope Labels
                                            K.L. Toups, T.I. Williams, J. Zheng, J.L. Frahm and D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          14. 126. Augmented Limits of Detection for Peptides with Hydrophobic Alkyl Tags (ALiPHAT)
                                            J.L. Frahm, A.M. Hawkridge, D.L. Comins, I.D. Bori, D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          15. 125. Quantitative Mass Spectrometric Assay Development for Characterizing Endogenous B-type Natriuretic Peptide (BNP) from Congestive Heart Failure Patients
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, D.M. Heublein, A. Cataliotti, J.C. Burnett, Jr., D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          16. 124. Characterization of Liquid Chromatography Strategies to Separate Intact Proteins and its Application to Top-Down Proteomics
                                            T.S. Collier, D.K. Williams, D.C. Muddiman, A. M. Hawkridge, D.R. Georgianna, G.A. Payne
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          17. 123. Characterization of Ion Generation by a Venturi-assisted Array of Micromachined Ultrasonic Electrosprays
                                            F.M. Fernandez, C.Y. Hampton, T. Forbes, M. Meacham, R.B. Dixon, D.C. Muddiman, L. Degertekin, A. Fedorov
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          18. 122. Stable Isotope Labeling for Relative Protein Quantification in the Agronomically Important Filamentous Fungus Aspergillus flavus
                                            D. R. Georgianna, D.C. Muddiman, G.A. Payne
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          19. 121. Development and Characterization of a Desorption Electrospray Ionization Source Coupled to Hybrid Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry for Biological Analyses
                                            M.S. Bereman, D.C. Muddiman, A.M. Hawkridge
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          20. 120. Investigation of Mass Measurement Accuracy of Intact Proteins and Product Ions using Hybrid Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.K. Williams, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          21. 119. Characterization of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) Coupled to a Hybrid FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer for the Direct Analysis of Proteins
                                            J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          22. 118. Complementing Novel Ionization Techniques with Voltage-Assisted Hydrodynamic Devices by Optimizing Physiochemical Parameters to Efficiently Sample Biological Specimens
                                            R. B. Dixon, X. Xiao, J.R. Edwards, A.M. Hawkridge, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Indianapolis, IN, 2007
                                          23. 117. Direct Analysis of Biological Molecules by Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI)Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
                                            J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            121st North Carolina American Chemical Society Meeting, Durham, NC, 2007
                                          24. 116. Parts-Per-Billion Mass Measurement Accuracy Achieved by Automatic Gain Control and Calibration Laws Utilizing FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.K. Williams, Jr. and D.C. Muddiman
                                            121st North Carolina American Chemical Society Meeting, Durham, NC, 2007
                                          25. 115. Improved Limits of Detection by Implementation of a Voltage-Assisted Air Amplifier in ESI-FT-ICR-MS
                                            R. B. Dixon, A.M. Hawkridge, X.D. Xiao, J.R. Edwards, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            121st North Carolina American Chemical Society Meeting, Durham, NC, 2007
                                          26. 114. The Development and Fundamental Studies of a Desorption Electrospray Ionization Source coupled to FT-ICR and Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometers
                                            M.S. Bereman and D.C. Muddiman
                                            121st North Carolina American Chemical Society Meeting, Durham, NC, 2007
                                          27. 113. Electrophoretic Analyses of Proteins and Peptides Isolated from Cortical Bone using a Pressure Cycling Technology
                                            G.B. Smejkal, D.C. Muddiman, M.H. Schweitzer, and T.S. Collier
                                            United States Human Proteome Organization, 3rd Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007
                                          28. 112. AMUSE (Array of Micromachined UltraSonic Electrospray) Ion Source for High Throughput, Multiplexed Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry
                                            T.P. Forbes, C.Y. Hampton, J.M. Meacham, F.M. Fernandez, F.L. Degertekin, R.B. Dixon, D.C. Muddiman, and A.G. Fedorov
                                            United States Human Proteome Organization, 3rd Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007
                                          29. 111. Relative Protein Quantification through Stable Isotope Labeling by Amino Acids in Aspergillus flavus: Temperature Regulation of Aflatoxin Biosynthesis
                                            D.R. Georgianna, D.C. Muddiman, and G.A. Payne
                                            24th Fungal Genetics Conference, Asilomar Center, Pacific Grove, CA, 2007
                                          30. 110. Hybrid Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Sources Coupled to FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry: Implications for Biological Imaging
                                            D.C. Muddiman, M.S. Bereman, J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge, F.M. Fernandez and L. Nyadong
                                            ASMS Sanibel Conference on Mass Spectrometry, Imaging Mass Spectrometry, Sundial Resort, Sanibel Island, Florida, 2007

                                      2006Back to top

                                          1. 109. Utilization of Amine Specific Chemistry and Stable Isotope Labels to Understand the Influence of Post-Excitation Radius and Axial Confinement Field on Quantitative FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry Proteomic Measurements
                                            C.M. Capo Velez, J.L. Frahm, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, Anaheim, CA, 2006
                                          2. 108. Achieving High Mass Measurement Accuracy of Intact Proteins and Product Ions Utilizing a Dual Electrospray Ionization Quadrupole Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometer
                                            D.K. Williams, Jr., A.M. Hawkridge and D.C. Muddiman
                                            58th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Augusta, GA,2006
                                          3. 107. Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Electrospray Ionization (MALDESI) FT-ICR-Mass Spectrometry for Direct Analysis of Biological Molecules
                                            J.S. Sampson, A.M. Hawkridge and D.C. Muddiman
                                            58th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Augusta, GA, 2006
                                          4. 106. Desorption Electrospray Ionization Coupled to Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry (DESI-FT-ICR-MS) for the Analysis of Proteins and Peptides
                                            M.S. Bereman, D.C. Muddiman, F.M. Fernandez, and L. Nyadong
                                            58th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Augusta, GA, 2006
                                          5. 105. Characteristics of an Air Amplifier Coupled to ESI-FT-ICR and ESI-LTQ Mass Spectrometers Resulting in Improved Ion Abundance and Greater Sensitivity of Biological Samples
                                            R.B. Dixon, A.M. Hawkridge, X.D. Xiao, J.R. Edwards, J. Canterbury, M. MacCoss, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            58th Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Augusta, GA, 2006
                                          6. 104. Utilization of Amine Specific Chemistry and Stable Isotope Labels to Understand the Influence of Post-Excitation Radius and Axial Confinement Field on Quantitative FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry Proteomic Measurements
                                            C.M. Capo, J.L. Frahm, D.C. Muddiman
                                            5th Annual North Carolina State University Undergraduate Research Symposium, Raleigh, NC, 2006
                                          7. 103. Investigating Molecular Heterogeneity of Circulating Brain Natriuretic Peptide in Human Heart Failure Patients by Mass Spectrometry
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, A. Cataliotti, D.M. Heublein, J.C. Burnett, Jr., D.C. Muddiman
                                            3rd Annual Symposium of the American Heart Association Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences, Denver, Colorado, 2006
                                          8. 102. Novel Front-End Modifications to a Quadrupole ESI-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer Enabling Accurate Mass and MS/MS Measurements with Improved Sensitivity
                                            K.E. Bennet, D.K. Williams, Jr., X.D. Xiao, J.R. Edwards, D. Dragomir-Daescu, M.J. Burke, P.E. Caskey, A.M. Hawkridge, R.B. Dixon, J. Canterbury, M. MacCoss and D.C. Muddiman
                                            17th Annual International Mass Spectrometry Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006
                                          9. 101. Utilizing Iodopeptides to Access Unoccupied Mass Space for Confident Identification and Accurate Quantification in Label-Free Proteomics
                                            J.L. Frahm, A.M. Hawkridge, B.E. Howard, S. Heber, D.C. Muddiman
                                            Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Meeting, Raleigh, NC, 2006
                                          10. 100. Cellular Class I-Restricted Immune Responses to Naturally Processed and HLA-A*0201- Presented Vaccinia Virus Epitope and the Rationale for Design of a Smallpox Peptide Vaccine
                                            I.G. Ovsyannikova, J.E. Ryan, K.L. Johnson, R.B. Kennedy, D.C. Muddiman, and G.A. Poland
                                            Sixth Annual Conference on Vaccine Research, Baltimore, MD, 2006
                                          11. 99. Ovarian Cancer Biomarker Discovery using Abundant Plasma Protein Depletion, 2D-PAGE and Post-Translational Modification Specific Stains
                                            D.C. Muddiman, Y. Ogata, M.C. Charlesworth, W.A. Cliby, B.J. Madden, C.J. Heppelmann, H.R. Bergen III
                                            54th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Seattle, WA, 2006
                                          12. 98. Forbidden Zones in Proteomics and its Ramifications and Possibilities for Analysis of Complex Protein Mixtures
                                            J.L. Frahm, B.E. Howard, S. Heber, D.C. Muddiman
                                            54th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Seattle, WA, 2006
                                          13. 97. Differential Protein Expression Between Male and Female Human Lumbar Cerebrospinal Fluid after Abundant Protein Depletion
                                            Y. Ogata, D.C. Muddiman, L. Higgins, L. Lomas, B.M. Keegan, S.A. Vernino, and H.R. Bergen III
                                            54th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Seattle, WA, 2006
                                          14. 96. RAAMS: An Algorithm for Automatically Interpreting Mass Spectra of 18O Labeled Isotopic Clusters
                                            C.J. Mason, J.E. Eckel-Passow, K.L. Johnson, T.M. Therneau, A.L. Oberg, D.C. Muddiman, and H.R. Bergen III
                                            54th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Seattle, WA, 2006
                                          15. 95. Pancreatic Cancer Biomarker Discovery – Comparative Analysis of the Low Molecular Weight Fraction from Case/Control Plasma Samples Analyzed by LC/MS TOF
                                            M.W. Holmes, H.R. Bergen III, D.C. Muddiman, D.W. Mahoney, A.L. Oberg, J.E. Olson, D.A. Weil, K.L. Johnson
                                            54th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Seattle, WA, 2006
                                          16. 94. Relative Quantification of Proteins in Plasma from Pancreatic Cancer Patients using 18O/16O Labeling and 2-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry
                                            K.L. Johnson, C.J. Mason, J.E. Eckel-Passow, D.W. Mahoney, A.L. Oberg, T.M. Therneau, J.E. Olson, D.C. Muddiman, H.R. Bergen, III
                                            54th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Seattle, WA, 2006

                                      2005Back to top

                                          1. 93. Agonist Dependence of the Platelet Secretome
                                            W.G. Owen, M.C. Charlesworth, D.C. Muddiman
                                            The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis XXth Congress, Sydney, Australia, 2005
                                          2. 92. Evaluation of Two Hybrid ESI-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometers for Top-Down Proteomics
                                            B.J. Madden, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          3. 91. Development of an Immunoaffinity-Based Approach for Targeted Biomarker Discovery in Congestive Heart Failure Patients by nanoLC-FT-ICR-MS
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, D.M. Heublein, H.R. Bergen III, J.C. Burnett Jr., D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          4. 90. Soft Protein Ionization Assisted by High Velocity Gas Flow
                                            P. Yang, Z. Ouyang, R.G. Cooks, A.M. Hawkridge and D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          5. 89. Development of New Calibration Laws to Improve Mass Measurement Accuracy in Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
                                            L. Jing, D.C. Muddiman, A.L. Oberg
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          6. 88. Development of a Biomarker Discovery Platform Based Upon Ultrafiltration-LC-FT-ICR- MS Applied to Ovarian and Pancreatic Cancer
                                            K.L. Johnson, C.J. Mason, M.C. Charlesworth, Y. Ogata, W.A. Cliby, J.E. Olson, D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          7. 87. Determination of Stable Isotope Labeling Efficiency of Overexpressed Proteins by nLC- ESI-FT-ICR-MS
                                            L.M. Benson, C.J. Mason, D.C. Muddiman, E. Atanasova, J.H Streiff, K.A. Jones, F.G. Prendergast
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          8. 86. Differential Protein Expression in Geldanamycin-Resistant A549 Human Lung Carcinoma Cells Identified by Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis (2DGE) and nanoLC-MS/MS
                                            M.C. Charlesworth, B.J. Madden, D.O. Toft, C. Erlichman, D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          9. 85. Identification of Spectrin Variants Associated with Hereditary Erythrocyte Elliptocytosis using Proteomic Analysis
                                            H.R. Bergen, J.Hoyer, J.F. O’Brien, D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          10. 84. Evaluation of Immunoaffinity Protein Depletion Methods for the Analysis of Low-Abundant Proteins and their Post-translational Modifications in Human Cerebrospinal Fluid
                                            Y. Ogata, M.C. Charlesworth, D.C. Muddiman
                                            53rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, San Antonio, TX, 2005
                                          11. 83. Reproducibility of LC-FT-ICR-MS for Proteomic Analysis of the Low Molecular Weight Fraction of Serum and Plasma
                                            J.E. Olson, A.L. Oberg, K.L. Johnson, C.J. Mason, D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Association for Cancer Research’s 96th Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 2005
                                          12. 82. Statistical Evaluation of Internal and External Mass Calibration Laws Utilized in Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
                                            A.L. Oberg, D.C. Muddiman, T.M. Therneau
                                            Eastern North America Region of the International Biometric Society, Austin, TX, 2005
                                          13. 81. Peak-Picking Algorithm for LC-ESI-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            J.E. Eckel-Passow, A.L. Oberg, T.M. Therneau, C.J. Mason and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Eastern North America Region of the International Biometric Society, Austin, TX, 2005
                                          14. 80. Coordination-Driven Self-Assemblies with a Carborane Backbone
                                            H. Jude, H. Distenldorf, S. Fischer, T. Wedge, M.F. Hawkthorne, D.C. Muddiman, P.J. Stang
                                            229th ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2005
                                          15. 79. Characterization of Lattice Transformations in Bacteriophage P22 Capsids using Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange (HDEX) Combined with Mass Spectrometry
                                            S.Kang, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman, P.E. Prevelige
                                            Biophysical Society 48th Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, 2005

                                      2004Back to top

                                          1. 78. Molecular Characterization of Naturally Processed HLA Class II-Restricted CD4+ T Cell Epitopes in Measles Virus
                                            I.G. Ovsyannikova, J.E. Ryan, R.C. Howe, N. Dhiman, R.A. Vierkant, K.L. Johnson, D.C. Muddiman, G.A. Poland
                                            Seventh Annual Conference on Vaccine Research, Arlington, VA, 2004
                                          2. 77. Incorporation of a Venturi Device onto an ESI-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer: Implications for LC-MS
                                            A.M. Hawkridge and D.C. Muddiman
                                            25th Annual Minnesota Chromatography Forum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2004
                                          3. 76. An Interactive Strategy for the Identification of Transthyretin Variants Using Combined Proteomic and Genomic Technologies
                                            H.R. Bergen and D.C. Muddiman
                                            25th Annual Minnesota Chromatography Forum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2004
                                          4. 75. Use of Stable Isotope Labeling and 2D-LC-MS to Identify Pathogenic Peptides Presented by the Human Immune System
                                            K.L. Johnson and D.C. Muddiman
                                            25th Annual Minnesota Chromatography Forum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2004
                                          5. 74. Reproducibility of 2D-LC-MS/MS: Off-Line SCX and capLC-MS/MS: Applications to the Proteome of CLL B Cells
                                            D.R. Barnidge and D.C. Muddiman
                                            25th Annual Minnesota Chromatography Forum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2004
                                          6. 73. Clinical Analysis of Transthyretin Variants
                                            H.R. Bergen, S.R, Zeldenrust, D.S. Snow, M.L. Butz, S.N. Thibodeau; P.J. Dyck; P.J.B. Dyck, C.J. Klein, J.F. O’Brien, D.C. Muddiman
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          7. 72. nanoLC DualESI FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry for Biomarker Discovery in Serum
                                            D.C. Muddiman, C.J. Mason, K.L. Johnson, A.I. Nepomuceno, A.M. Hawkridge, J.E. Eckel, A.L. Oberg
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          8. 71. 2D-LC-MS/MS Analysis of Membrane Extracts from CLL B cells
                                            D.R. Barnidge, R.C. Tschumper, D.F. Jelinek, D.C. Muddiman, N.E. Kay
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          9. 70. Informatics Techniques for Biomarker Discovery in Serum using LC-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            C.J. Mason, A.M. Hawkridge, D.C. Muddiman, K.L. Johnson, A.L. Oberg
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          10. 69. Isotope Labeling vs 2D-LC Fractionation for Identifying HLA Class II Bound Peptides of Viral Origin
                                            K.L. Johnson, I.G. Ovsyannikova, G.A. Poland, D.C. Muddiman
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          11. 68. Top-Down Sequencing of Nucleic Acids by FIA and LC-ESI-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            A.I. Nepomuceno, A.M. Hawkridge, R.Chiarito, C.J. Mason, D.C. Muddiman
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          12. 67. Absolute Quantification of Phosphorylation (AQUAP) by Protein Cleavage Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.J. McCormick, M.W. Holmes, B. Madden, D.C. Muddiman
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          13. 66. Improved Ion Transmission Efficiencies of Electrosprayed Biomolecules into an FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer using a Venturi Device
                                            A.M. Hawkridge, Li Zhou, M.L Lee, D.C. Muddiman
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          14. 65. Improving Tandem Mass Spectrometry “Re-Sequencing” Methods in the Post Genomic Era
                                            J.L. Frahm, A.M. Hawkridge, C.J. Mason, D.C. Muddiman
                                            52nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004
                                          15. 64. An Interactive Strategy for the Accurate Characterization of Transthyretin Variants Using Combined Proteomic and Genomic Technologies
                                            S.R. Zeldenrust, H. R. Bergen , M. Butz, P.J. Dyck, P.J.B. Dyck, C. Klein, J. Kim, J. O’Brien, A.I. Nepomuceno, S. Thibodeau and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Xth International Symposium on Amyloid and Amyloidosis: From Molecular Dissection to Therapeutics, France, 2004
                                          16. 63. HLA Polymorphisms and T Cell Cytokine Responses to Processed HLA Class II Measles Virus Peptides: The Rationale for a Measles Peptide Vaccine
                                            I.G. Ovsyannikova, K.L. Johnson, R.A. Vierkant, D.C. Muddiman, G.A. Poland
                                            14th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Prague/Czech Republic, 2004
                                          17. 62. α-Actin Isoform Ratio’s Measured by Mass Spectrometry
                                            K. Ajtai, S.P. Garamszegi, H.R. Bergen, III, A.I. Nepomuceno, D.C. Muddiman, and T.P. Burghardt
                                            Biophysical Society 48th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2004

                                      2003Back to top

                                          1. 61. Th1 and Th2 Cytokine Responses to Naturally Processed Measles Virus Peptides Eluted from Class II HLA Alleles: The Rationale for Potential Peptide-Based Vaccines against Measles
                                            I.G. Ovsyannikova, K.L. Johnson, J.E. Ryan, R.A. Vierkant, N.J. Easler, D.C. Muddiman, and G.A. Poland
                                            41st Annual Meeting of Infectious Diseases Society of America, San Diego, CA 2003
                                          2. 60. Top Down Proteomics of Transthyretin Variants
                                            A.I. Nepomuceno, D.C. Muddiman, H.R. Bergen, III, S.R. Zeldenrust, and J.F. O’Brien
                                            Mayo-Karolinska Nutrition and Metabolism Conference, Rochester, MN, 2003
                                          3. 59. A Mass Spectrometric Method Utilizing Stable Isotope Labeling Applied to Protein Biomarker Discovery in Ovarian Cancer
                                            K.L. Johnson, G. Vasmatzis, W.A. Cliby, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Mayo-Karolinska Nutrition and Metabolism Conference, Rochester, MN, 2003
                                          4. 58. Discovery of Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers in Low Molecular Weight Serum Fraction using Mass Spectrometry and Biostatistics
                                            H.R. Bergen, III, G. Vasmatzis, W.A. Cliby, K.L. Johnson, A.L. Oberg and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Mayo-Karolinska Nutrition and Metabolism Conference, Rochester, MN, 2003
                                          5. 57. Absolute Quantification of the Model Biomarker PSA in Serum by LC MS/MS Using Isotope Labeled Synthetic Peptides and Proteolytic Digestion
                                            D.R. Barnidge, M.K. Goodmanson, G.G. Klee, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Mayo-Karolinska Nutrition and Metabolism Conference, Rochester, MN, 2003
                                          6. 56. Utility of a Quadrupole Interface on an FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer for Quantification of Proteolytic Peptides
                                            M. Easterling, D.R. Barnidge, D.C. Muddiman, R.M. Danell, C.B. Berg
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          7. 55. Absolute Quantification of Prostate Specific Antigen in Artificial Serum by LC-MS/MS Using Isotope Labeled Synthetic Peptides and Proteolytic Digestion
                                            D.R. Barnidge, D.C. Muddiman, G.G. Klee, M.K. Goodmanson
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          8. 54. DNA Characterization Using Electrospray Ionization FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry and Multiple Enzymatic Strategies
                                            L.M. Benson, A.P. Null, D.C. Muddiman
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          9. 53. A Novel Dual ESI Source for Generation of Confident Accurate Mass Tags and for Multiplexing LC-MS for Comparative Proteomics
                                            D.C. Muddiman, A.I. Nepomuceno, H.R. Bergen, III, M.J. Burke, J.R. Craighead, P.E. Caskey, J.A. Allan
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          10. 52. Top Down Proteomics of Transthyretin Variants Using Accurate Mass Tags and Sequencing by LC-FT-ICR-MS
                                            A.I. Nepomuceno, H.R. Bergen III, S.R. Zeldenrust, J.F. O’Brien, D.C. Muddiman
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          11. 51. Evaluation of a Model for Predicting ESI Response of Nucleic Acids as a Function of Hydrophobicity
                                            A.P. Null, J.L. Frahm, D.C. Muddiman
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          12. 50. Global Internal Standard Technology Applied to Ovarian Cancer Protein Biomarker Discovery
                                            K.L. Johnson, G. Vasmatzis, W.A. Cliby, D.C. Muddiman
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          13. 49. Discovery of Ovarian Cancer Biomarkers in Serum Using Nano LC-FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            H.R. Bergen, III, W. Cliby, G. Vasmatzis, K.L. Johnson, A. Oberg, D.C. Muddiman
                                            51st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2003
                                          14. 48. Induction of T Cell-Mediated Immune Responses by HLA Class II-Restricted Naturally Processed Measles Virus Peptides
                                            I.G. Ovsyannikova, K.L. Johnson, J.E. Ryan, R.C. Howe, D.C. Muddiman, G.A. Poland
                                            The 6th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research, Arlington, VA, 2003
                                          15. 47. Identification and Immungenicity of a Naturally Processed Measles Virus Peptide Eluted from Class II HLA-DRB1*0301
                                            I.G. Ovsyannikova, K.L. Johnson, S. Naylor, D.C. Muddiman, G.A. Poland
                                            13th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Glasgow, Sweden, 2003

                                      2002Back to top

                                          1. 46. The Energetics of Gas-Phase Ion Unimolecular Dissociation by IRMPD with ESI-FTICR MS for Phosphopeptide Mapping
                                            J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 2002
                                          2. 45. Sensitivity Enhancement of External Accumulation with a Dual ESI Source (SEED) in FT ICR MS
                                            S.D.H. Shi, J.W. Flora, M.E. Hemling, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 2002
                                          3. 44. Determining Allele Frequencies for Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Genotyping Complex Short Tandem Repeats by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
                                            A.P. Null, J.B. Mangrum, A.I. Nepomuceno, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 2002
                                          4. 43. High-throughput Approaches to Sample Preparation for PCR Products Tailored to Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
                                            A.P. Null and D.C. Muddiman
                                            LabAutomation2002, Palm Springs, CA, 2002

                                      2001Back to top

                                          1. 42. Rapid, Selective and Sensitive Detection of Phosphorlylated Peptides using FTICR Mass Spectrometry and Infrared Multi-photon Dissociation
                                            J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            South Eastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Savannah, GA, 2001
                                          2. 41. ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometric Analysis of QC-PCR Products to Simultaneously Detect and Quantify two Protozoan Parasites (Haplosporidium nelsoni and Perkinsus marinus) in the Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica)
                                            S. Kolejian, D.C. Muddiman, J.C. Hannis, W.T. Brooks, and B.L. Brown
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          3. 40. Extensive Evaluation of Novel Sample Preparation Techniques for High-Sensitivity Mass Measurements of Nucleic Acids using ESI-FT-ICR-MS
                                            L.T. George, A.P. Null and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          4. 39. Preparation of Single-Stranded PCR Amplicons by Physical and Enzymatic Methods for Determination by ESI-FT-ICR-MS
                                            J.B. Mangrum, A.P. Null, J.W. Flora, and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          5. 38. Rapid, Selective and Sensitive Detection, Mapping and Sequencing of Phosphorylated Peptides using ESI-FT-ICR-MS and IRMPD
                                            J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          6. 37. Accurate Genotyping of Simple and Compound Short Tandem Repeat loci using ESI-FT ICR-MS
                                            A.P. Null, J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          7. 36. Determination of Metallothioenein Isoforms by ESI-MS in the Negative-Ion Mode with In-Gel Digestion
                                            Y. Kim, J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          8. 35. Complete Sequencing of Mono-Deprotonated Peptide Nucleic Acids by ESI-FTICR-MS and SORI-CID with Internal Calibration of the Product-Ion Spectra
                                            J.W. Flora, J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001
                                          9. 34. Gas-Phase Sequencing of PCR Amplicons derived from Short Tandem Repeat Loci by ESI-FT-ICR-MS
                                            J.C. Hannis, A.P. Null and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, IL, 2001

                                      2000Back to top

                                          1. 33. Broad-based Genotyping of Short Tandem Repeat Loci using ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            J.C. Hannis, A.P. Null and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Long Beach, CA, 2000

                                      1999Back to top

                                          1. 32. Relative Ion Abundance Measurements of Electrosprayed Biomolecules from FTICR Mass Spectra
                                            E.F. Gordon and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Dallas, TX, 1999
                                          2. 31. An Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Gas-Phase Decomposition of Mono- Protonated Peptide Nucleic Acids
                                            J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Dallas, TX, 1999
                                          3. 30. ESI-FTICR Fragmentation Reaction Pathways of 7-Deaza Guanine Sequences with a Repeating Motif
                                            J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Dallas, TX, 1999
                                          4. 29. Preparation of Single-Stranded PCR Products for Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry using the DNA Repair Enzyme Lambda Exonuclease
                                            A.P. Null, J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Dallas, TX, 1999
                                          5. 28. ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometry for the Characterization of Variable Number of Tandem Repeat Diseases and Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms
                                            J.W. Flora, J.C. Hannis, E.F. Gordon, A.P. Null and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Sanibel Conference on the Diagnosis of Genetic Disease, Sanibel Island, FL, 1999
                                          6. 27. Isotopic Beating Effects in FTICR on the Quantification of Singly- and Multiply-Charged Species Produced by Electrospray Ionization
                                            D.C. Muddiman and E.F. Gordon
                                            2nd Annual North American Ion Cyclotron Resonance Meeting, San Diego, CA, 1999
                                          7. 26. Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry for Genomic Research
                                            J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            2nd Annual North American Ion Cyclotron Resonance Meeting, San Diego, CA, 1999

                                      1998Back to top

                                          1. 25. Important Aspects Concerning the Quantification of Biomolecules by Electrospray Ionization Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
                                            E.F. Gordon and D.C. Muddiman
                                            Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, 1998
                                          2. 24. SORI and IRMPD of Peptide Nucleic Acids
                                            J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            East Coast Ion Cyclotron Resonance and Ion-Molecule Reaction Symposium, 1998
                                          3. 23. ESI FT-ICR-MS Analysis of Biological Systems: More than just a Qualitative Tool
                                            E.F. Gordon and D.C. Muddiman
                                            East Coast Ion Cyclotron Resonance and Ion-Molecule Reaction Symposium, 1998
                                          4. 22. ESI FT-ICR-MS: A Powerful Platform for Genomic Research
                                            J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            East Coast Ion Cyclotron Resonance and Ion-Molecule Reaction Symposium, 1998
                                          5. 21. Determining the Microheterogeneity of STR’s and VNTR’s Using Multi-Stage ESI-FTICR-MS
                                            B.A. Mansoori, J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 1998
                                          6. 20. Tandem Mass Spectrometry of Multiply Charged Peptide Nucleic Acids
                                            J.W. Flora and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 1998
                                          7. 19. Development of Analytical ESI-FTICR-MS for the Quantification of Biological Molecules
                                            E.F. Gordon and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 1998
                                          8. 18. Quantitative Desalting and Denaturing of Double-Stranded Polymerase Chain Reaction Products for Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
                                            J.C. Hannis and D.C. Muddiman
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Orlando, FL, 1998

                                      1997Back to top

                                          1. 17. Genomic Heterogeneity Studied by ESI-MS using both FTICR and Triple-Quadrupole Instruments
                                            M.T. Krahmer, D.S. Wunschel, K.F. Fox, A.Fox, M. Nagpal, D.C. Muddiman, S.A. Hofstadler, R.D. Smith
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Palm Springs, CA 1997
                                          2. 16. DNA Characterization using Electrospray Ionization-Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry: Recent Advances
                                            D.C. Muddiman and R.D. Smith
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Palm Springs, CA 1997
                                          3. 15. The Characterization of Modified DNA and DNA-Protein Complexes using ESI-FTICR Mass Spectrometry
                                            R.D. Smith, C. Liu, D.C. Muddiman, S.A. Hofstadler, J.E. Bruce and L. Pasa-Tolic
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Palm Springs, CA 1997

                                      1996Back to top

                                          1. 14. Analysis of DNA Mixtures by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry Utilizing Charge State Reduction
                                            D.C. Muddiman, J.E. Bruce, L. Pasa-Tolic, C.E. Hopkins, R. Gesteland, R.D. Smith
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Portland, OR 1996
                                          2. 13. The Use of ESI-FTICR-MS to Rapidly Characterize Taxonomically Significant PCR Products
                                            D.S. Wunschel, D.C. Muddiman, J.E. Bruce, K.F. Fox, R.D. Smith and A. Fox
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Portland, OR 1996
                                          3. 12. Electrospray Ionization FTICR-MS Analysis of Modified and Damaged Oligonucleotides
                                            L. Pasa-Tolic, D.C. Muddiman, J.E. Bruce and R.D. Smith
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Portland, OR 1996
                                          4. 11. A Novel Algorithm to Enhance Signal to Noise Ratios in CE-MS and LC-MS
                                            B.M. Huang, D.C. Muddiman, G.A. Anderson, Q. Wu, A.L. Rockwood, M.S. Weir-Lipton and R.D. Smith
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Portland, OR 1996
                                          5. 10. High Speed Sequencing of Single DNA Molecules in the Gas Phase by Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Mass Spectrometry
                                            R.D. Smith, D.C. Muddiman, X. Cheng, S.A. Hofstadler, J.E. Bruce
                                            DOE Contractor-Grantee Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1996
                                          6. 9. Analysis of Oligonucleotide Mixtures by Electrospray Ionization-Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.C. Muddiman, X. Cheng, H.R. Udseth, R.D. Smith
                                            DOE Contractor-Grantee Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1996

                                      1995Back to top

                                          1. 8. Monitoring the In Vivo and In Vitro Metabolism of Immunomodulators by Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.C. Muddiman, A.I. Gusev, A. Proctor, D.M. Hercules, P. Tata, R. Venkataramanan, W. Diven
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995
                                          2. 7. Quantitative Analysis of Biomolecules by Time-of-Flight Secondary-Ion Mass Spectrometry: Fundamental Considerations
                                            D.C. Muddiman, A.J. Nicola, A. Proctor, D.M. Hercules
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995
                                          3. 6. In Vitro Metabolism of Tacrolimus (FK-506) using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption and Secondary-Ion Mass Spectrometry
                                            A.I. Gusev, D.C. Muddiman, A. Proctor, D.M. Hercules, P. Tata, R. Venkataramanan
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995
                                          4. 5. An Inverted Perfectron Electrospray/Orthogonal TOF Mass Spectrometer and On-Line Analysis with Capillary Electrophoresis
                                            Q. Gao, A.L. Rockwood, H.R. Udseth, J.C. Follansbee, J.C. Severs, D.C. Muddiman, R.D. Smith
                                            American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995
                                          5. 4. Characterization of Immunosuppressants Using Secondary-Ion and Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
                                            D.C. Muddiman
                                            Departments of Chemistry & Geology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1995

                                      1994Back to top

                                        1. 3. Application of Factor Analysis to Fourier Transform Infrared Data: Application to Heterogeneous Catalysts
                                          David C. Muddiman
                                          Department of Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1994
                                        2. 2. Use of Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry to Investigate the Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism of Immunosuppressants
                                          D.C. Muddiman, A.I. Gusev, A. Proctor, D.M. Hercules, R. Venkataramanan, W. Diven
                                          American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Chicago, Illinois, Abstract No. 53, 1994
                                        3. 1. Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry of Cyclosporin A and Its Metabolites
                                          D.C. Muddiman, A.I. Gusev, A. Proctor, D.M. Hercules, R. Venkataramanan, W. Diven
                                          The Pittsburgh Conference, Chicago, Illinois., Abstract No. 457P, 1994282. Polarity Switching Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Healthy and Cancerous Hen Ovarian Tissue Sections by IR-MALDESI
                                          M. Nazari, J.N. Petitte, D.C. Muddiman
                                          Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory, Palm Springs, CA 2016