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    1. Stensballe, A; Andersen, S; Jensen, ON
      Characterization of phosphoproteins from electrophoretic gels by nanoscaleFe(III) affinity chromatography with off-line mass spectrometry analysis

      PROTEOMICS
    2. Steen, H; Kuster, B; Mann, M
      Quadrupole time-of-flight versus triple-quadrupole mass spectrometry for the determination of phosphopeptides by precursor ion scanning

      JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY
    3. Petersson, AS; Steen, H; Kalume, DE; Caidahl, K; Roepstorff, P
      Investigation of tyrosine nitration in proteins by mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY
    4. Bakhtiar, R; Nelson, RW
      Mass spectrometry of the proteome

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Griffin, TJ; Aebersold, R
      Advances in proteome analysis by mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Vestal, ML
      Methods of ion generation

      CHEMICAL REVIEWS
    7. Le Bihan, T; Pinto, D; Figeys, D
      Nanoflow gradient generator coupled with mu-LC-ESI- MS/MS for protein identification

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Griffin, TJ; Gygi, SP; Rist, B; Aebersold, R; Loboda, A; Jilkine, A; Ens, W; Standing, KG
      Quantitative proteomic analysis using a MALDI quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometer

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Hoffmann, R; Wehofsky, M; Metzger, S
      Neutral loss analysis in MALDI-MS using an ion-gate scanning mode

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Wilm, M
      Mass spectrometric analysis of proteins

      ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY, VOL 54
    11. Brinker, A; Weber, E; Stoll, D; Voigt, J; Muller, A; Sewald, N; Jung, G; Wiesmuller, KH; Bohley, P
      Highly potent inhibitors of human cathepsin L identified by screening combinatorial pentapeptide amide collections

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Radimerski, T; Mini, T; Schneider, U; Wettenhall, REH; Thomas, G; Jeno, P
      Identification of insulin-induced sites of ribosomal protein S6 phosphorylation in Drosophila melanogaster

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Aubagnac, JL; Amblard, M; Enjalbal, C; Subra, G; Martinez, J; Durand, P; Renaut, P
      Identification of synthetic by-products in combinatorial libraries using high performance liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization mass spectrometry

      COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY & HIGH THROUGHPUT SCREENING
    14. Abian, J; Oosterkamp, AJ; Gelpi, E
      Comparison of conventional, narrow-bore and capillary liquid chromatography mass spectrometry for electrospray ionization mass spectrometry: Practical considerations

      JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY
    15. Cho, CY; Liu, CW; Wemmer, DE; Schultz, PG
      Cyclic and linear oligocarbamate ligands for human thrombin

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Caporale, C; Caruso, C; Facchiano, A; Nobile, M; Leonardi, L; Bertini, L; Colonna, G; Buonocore, V
      Probing the modelled structure of wheatwin1 by controlled proteolysis and sequence analysis of unfractionated digestion mixtures

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    17. Quadroni, M; James, P
      Proteomics and automation

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    18. Perrot, M; Sagliocco, F; Mini, T; Monribot, C; Schneider, U; Shevchenko, A; Mann, M; Jeno, P; Boucherie, H
      Two-dimensional gel protein database of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (update 1999)

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    19. Abate, P; Conroy, JL; Seto, CT
      Combinatorial library of serine and cysteine protease inhibitors that interact with both the S and S ' binding sites

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    20. MacNair, JE; Patel, KD; Jorgenson, JW
      Ultrahigh pressure reversed-phase capillary liquid chromatography: Isocratic and gradient elution using columns packed with 1.0-mu m particles

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Caporale, C
      Analytical techniques and computer algorithms combined for the rapid characterization of structural peptide and protein features

      JOURNAL OF PEPTIDE RESEARCH
    22. FLIGGE TA; BRUNS K; PRZYBYLSKI M
      ANALYTICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTROSPRAY AND NANOELECTROSPRAY MASS-SPECTROMETRY IN COMBINATION WITH LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTEINS

      Journal of chromatography B. Biomedical sciences and applications
    23. YATES JR
      MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND THE AGE OF THE PROTEOME

      Journal of mass spectrometry.
    24. DAVIS MT; LEE TD
      RAPID PROTEIN IDENTIFICATION USING A MICROSCALE ELECTROSPRAY LC MS SYSTEM ON AN ION-TRAP MASS-SPECTROMETER/

      Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry
    25. SZPIKOWSKA BK; SWIDEREK KM; SHERMAN MA; MAS MT
      MGATP BINDING TO THE NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING DOMAINS OF THE EUKARYOTIC CYTOPLASMIC CHAPERONIN INDUCES CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN THE PUTATIVE SUBSTRATE-BINDING DOMAINS

      Protein science
    26. DUCRET A; VANOOSTVEEN I; ENG JK; YATES JR; AEBERSOLD R
      HIGH-THROUGHPUT PROTEIN CHARACTERIZATION BY AUTOMATED REVERSE-PHASE CHROMATOGRAPHY ELECTROSPRAY TANDEM MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Protein science
    27. ESWORTHY RS; SWIDEREK KM; HO YS; CHU FF
      SELENIUM-DEPENDENT GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE-GI IS A MAJOR GLUTATHIONE-PEROXIDASE ACTIVITY IN THE MUCOSAL EPITHELIUM OF RODENT INTESTINE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    28. Caporale, C; Sepe, C; Caruso, C; Buonocore, V
      A computer program to compare sequence fingerprints of homologous proteinsfor the rapid assessment of their primary structure differences

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    29. DUBAQUIE Y; LOOSER R; FUNFSCHILLING U; JENO P; ROSPERT S
      IDENTIFICATION OF IN-VIVO SUBSTRATES OF THE YEAST MITOCHONDRIAL CHAPERONINS REVEALS OVERLAPPING BUT NONIDENTICAL REQUIREMENT FOR HSP60 AND HSP10

      EMBO journal (Print)
    30. CAO P; MOINI M
      PRESSURE-ASSISTED AND PRESSURE-PROGRAMMED CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION TIME-OF-FLIGHT - MASS-SPECTROMETRY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PEPTIDE MIXTURES/

      Electrophoresis
    31. FOTIADIS D; MULLER DJ; TSIOTIS G; HASLER L; TITTMANN P; MINI T; JENO P; GROSS H; ENGEL A
      SURFACE-ANALYSIS OF THE PHOTOSYSTEM-I COMPLEX BY ELECTRON AND ATOMIC-FORCE MICROSCOPY

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    32. Kohne, AP; Dornberger, U; Welsch, T
      Two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography for the separation of complex mixtures of explosives and their by-products

      CHROMATOGRAPHIA
    33. WHITNEY D; MCCOY M; GORDON N; AFEYAN N
      CHARACTERIZATION OF LARGE-PORE POLYMERIC SUPPORTS FOR USE IN PERFUSION BIOCHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of chromatography
    34. ZENG L; BURTON L; YUNG K; SHUSHAN B; KASSEL DB
      AUTOMATED ANALYTICAL PREPARATIVE HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY SYSTEM FOR THE RAPID CHARACTERIZATION AND PURIFICATION OF COMPOUND LIBRARIES/

      Journal of chromatography
    35. OPITECK GJ; RAMIREZ SM; JORGENSON JW; MOSELEY MA
      COMPREHENSIVE 2-DIMENSIONAL HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR THE ISOLATION OF OVEREXPRESSED PROTEINS AND PROTEOME MAPPING

      Analytical biochemistry
    36. HAAP WJ; METZGER JW; KEMPTER C; JUNG G
      COMPOSITION AND PURITY OF COMBINATORIAL ARYL ETHER COLLECTIONS ANALYZED BY ELECTROSPRAY MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Molecular diversity
    37. STPYREK J
      MASS-SPECTROMETRY AT LOW AND HIGH-MASS

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    38. DAVIS MT; LEE TD
      VARIABLE FLOW LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY TANDEM MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND THE COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX PROTEIN DIGEST MIXTURES

      Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry
    39. VONDEMBUSSCHEHUNNEFELD C; BALKENHOHL F; LANSKY A; ZECHEL C
      COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY

      Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry
    40. XIAO CY; ZHAO CF; POTASH H; NOVA MP
      COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY WITH LASER OPTICAL ENCODING

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    41. KAUR S; MCGUIRE L; TANG DZ; DOLLINGER G; HUEBNER V
      AFFINITY SELECTION AND MASS SPECTROMETRY-BASED STRATEGIES TO IDENTIFYLEAD COMPOUNDS IN COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES

      Journal of protein chemistry
    42. JAMES P
      PROTEIN IDENTIFICATION IN THE POST-GENOME ERA - THE RAPID RISE OF PROTEOMICS

      Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics
    43. KONINGS DAM; WYATT JR; ECKER DJ; FREIER SM
      STRATEGIES FOR RAPID DECONVOLUTION OF COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES - COMPARATIVE-EVALUATION USING A MODEL SYSTEM

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    44. BALDWIN JJ
      DESIGN, SYNTHESIS AND USE OF BINARY ENCODED SYNTHETIC CHEMICAL LIBRARIES

      Molecular diversity
    45. BALKENHOHL F; VONDEMBUSSCHEHUNNEFELD C; LANSKY A; ZECHEL C
      COMBINATORIAL SYNTHESIS OF SMALL ORGANIC-MOLECULES

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    46. CAPORALE C; CARUSO C; BUONOCORE V
      DETERMINATION OF THE PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF HOMOLOGOUS PROTEINS BY SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF PEPTIDE MIXTURES

      Journal of protein chemistry
    47. BALDWIN JJ; HENDERSON I
      RECENT ADVANCES IN THE GENERATION OF SMALL-MOLECULE COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES - ENCODED SPLIT SYNTHESIS AND SOLID-PHASE SYNTHETIC METHODOLOGY

      Medicinal research reviews
    48. MAYER JP; BANKAITISDAVIS D; ZHANG JW; BEATON G; BJERGARDE K; ANDERSEN CM; GOODMAN BA; HERRERA CJ
      APPLICATION OF THE PICTET-SPENGLER REACTION IN COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY

      Tetrahedron letters
    49. KONINGS DAM; WYATT JR; ECKER DJ; FREIER SM
      DECONVOLUTION OF COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES FOR DRUG DISCOVERY - THEORETICAL COMPARISON OF POOLING STRATEGIES

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    50. FORD JC; KO J
      COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR EXTRACTING LINEAR SOLVENT STRENGTH GRADIENTPARAMETERS FROM GRADIENT CHROMATOGRAPHIC DATA

      Journal of chromatography
    51. EICHLER J; HOUGHTEN RA
      GENERATION AND UTILIZATION OF SYNTHETIC COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES

      Molecular medicine today
    52. TERRETT NK; BOJANIC D; BROWN D; BUNGAY PJ; GARDNER M; GORDON DW; MAYERS CJ; STEELE J
      THE COMBINATORIAL SYNTHESIS OF A 30,752-COMPOUND LIBRARY - DISCOVERY OF SAR AROUND THE ENDOTHELIN ANTAGONIST, FR-139,317

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    53. GORDON DW; STEELE J
      REDUCTIVE ALKYLATION ON A SOLID-PHASE - SYNTHESIS OF A PIPERAZINEDIONE COMBINATORIAL LIBRARY

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    54. SEPETOV NF; KRCHNAK V; STANKOVA M; WADE S; LAM KS; LEBL M
      LIBRARY OF LIBRARIES - APPROACH TO SYNTHETIC COMBINATORIAL LIBRARY DESIGN AND SCREENING OF PHARMACOPHORE MOTIFS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. FREIER SM; KONINGS DAM; WYATT JR; ECKER DJ
      DECONVOLUTION OF COMBINATORIAL LIBRARIES FOR DRUG DISCOVERY - A MODELSYSTEM

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    56. HOLLAND HA; JORGENSON JW
      SEPARATION OF NANOLITER SAMPLES OF BIOLOGICAL AMINES BY A COMPREHENSIVE 2-DIMENSIONAL MICROCOLUMN LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY SYSTEM

      Analytical chemistry
    57. CAMPBELL DA; BERMAK JC; BURKOTH TS; PATEL DV
      A TRANSITION-STATE ANALOG INHIBITOR COMBINATORIAL LIBRARY

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    58. DIMOV N; SIMEONOV S
      EXPERIMENTAL-MODELS FOR OPTIMIZATION OF INSULIN SEPARATION ON REVERSED-PHASE COLUMNS

      BMC. Biomedical chromatography
    59. BOEHM RE; MARTIRE DE
      THEORY OF HOMOPOLYMER RETENTION IN THE WEAK ADSORPTION LIMIT

      Journal of liquid chromatography
    60. CHEN CX; RANDALL LAA; MILLER RB; JONES AD; KURTH MJ
      ANALOGOUS ORGANIC-SYNTHESIS OF SMALL-COMPOUND LIBRARIES - VALIDATION OF COMBINATORIAL CHEMISTRY IN SMALL-MOLECULE SYNTHESIS

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    61. ZUCKERMANN RN
      THE CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF PEPTIDOMIMETIC LIBRARIES

      Current opinion in structural biology
    62. LOCHMULLER CH; REESE C; ASCHMAN AJ; BREINER SJ
      CURRENT STRATEGIES FOR PREDICTION OF RETENTION IN HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Journal of chromatography


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