Fig. 41

Optimizing sequence coverage for a moderate mass protein in nano-electrospray ionization quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry

R. Matsuda, V. Kolli, M. Woods, E. D. Dodds, and D. S. Hage

Analytical Biochemistry 509: 115-117 (2016)

Fig. 40

A case for protein-level and site-level specificity in glycoproteomic studies of disease

K. N. Schumacher and E. D. Dodds

Glycoconjugate Journal 33: 377-385 (2016)

Fig. 39

The role of proton mobility in determining the energy-resolved vibrational activation / dissociation channels of N-glycopeptide ions

V. Kolli, H. A. Roth, G. De La Cruz, G. S. Fernando, and E. D. Dodds

Analytica Chimica Acta 896: 85-92 (2015)

Fig. 36

Ion dissociation methods in proteomics

D. Rathore, F. Aboufazeli, Y. Huang, V. Kolli, G. S. Fernando, and E. D. Dodds

Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, 1-26 (2015)

Fig. 34

A comparison of energy-resolved vibrational activation / dissociation characteristics of protonated and sodiated high mannose N-glycopeptides

F. Aboufazeli, V. Kolli, and E. D. Dodds

Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 26: 587-595 (2015)

Fig. 33

Combining DI-ESI-MS and NMR datasets for metabolic profiling

D. D. Marshall, S. Lei, B. Worley, Y. Huang, A. Garcia-Garcia, R. Franco, E. D. Dodds, and R. Powers

Metabolomics, 11: 391-402 (2015)

Fig. 32

Engaging challenges in glycoproteomics: recent advances in MS-based glycopeptide analysis

V. Kolli, K. N. Schumacher, and E. D. Dodds

Bioanalysis 7: 113-131 (2015)

Fig. 30

Alterations in energy/redox metabolism induced by mitochondrial and environmental toxins: a specific role for glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase and the pentose phosphate pathway in paraquat toxicity

S. Lei, L. Zavala-Flores, A. Garcia-Garcia, R. Nandakumar, Y. Huang, N. Madayiputhiya, R. C. Stanton, E. D. Dodds, R. Powers, and R. Franco

ACS Chemical Biology 9: 2032-2048 (2014)

Fig. 29

Collision-induced release, ion mobility separation, and amino acid sequence analysis of subunits from mass-selected noncovalent protein complexes

D. Rathore and E. D. Dodds

Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 25: 1600-1609 (2014)

Fig. 27

Carbohydrate and glycoconjugate analysis by ion mobility mass spectrometry: opportunities and challenges

Y. Huang, A. S. Gelb, and E. D. Dodds

Current Metabolomics 1: 291-305 (2013)

Fig. 25

A polymetamorphic protein

K. L. Stewart, E. D. Dodds, V. H. Wysocki, and M. H. J. Cordes

Protein Science 22: 641-649 (2013)

Fig. 24

Potential of urinary metabolites for diagnosing multiple sclerosis

T. Gebregiworgis, C. Massilamany, A. Gangaplara, S. Thulasingam, V. Kolli, M. T. Werth, E. D. Dodds, D. Steffen, J. Reddy, and R. Powers

ACS Chemical Biology 8: 684-690 (2013)

Fig. 23

A classifier based on accurate mass measurements to aid large-scale, unbiased glycoproteomics

J. W. Foehlich, E. D. Dodds, M. Wilhelm, O. Serang, J. A. Steen, and R. S. Lee

Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 12: 1017-1025 (2013)

Fig. 22

Gas-phase dissociation of glycosylated peptide ions

E. D. Dodds

Mass Spectrometry Reviews 31: 666-682 (2012)

Fig. 21

Determinants of gas-phase disassembly behavior in homodimeric protein complexes with related yet divergent structures

E. D. Dodds, A. E. Blackwell, C. M. Jones, K. L. Holso, D. J. O'Brien, M. H. J. Cordes, and V. H. Wysocki

Analytical Chemistry 83: 3881-3889 (2011)

Fig. 20

Research in bioanalysis and separations at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln

D. S. Hage, E. D. Dodds, L. Du, and R. Powers

Bioanalysis 3: 1065-1076 (2011)

Fig. 19

Revealing the quaternary structure of a heterogeneous noncovalent protein complex through surface-induced dissociation

A. E. Blackwell, E. D. Dodds, V. Bandarian, and V. H. Wysocki

Analytical Chemistry 83: 2862-2865 (2011)

Fig. 18

Differentiation and quantification of C1 and C2 13C-labeled glucose by tandem mass spectrometry

W. Jiang, V. H. Wysocki, E. D. Dodds, R. L. Miesfeld, and P. Y. Scaraffia

Analytical Biochemistry 404: 40-44 (2011)

Fig. 17

Glycoprotein expression in human milk during lactation

J. W. Froehlich, E. D. Dodds, M. Barboza, E. L. McJimpsey, R. R. Seipert, J. Francis, H. J. An, S. Freeman, J. B. German, and C. B. Lebrilla

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58: 6440-6448 (2010)

Fig. 16

Understanding and exploiting peptide fragment ion intensities using experimental and informatic approaches

A. C. Gucinski, E. D. Dodds, W. Li, and V. H. Wysocki

Methods in Molecular Biology 604: 73-94 (2010)

Fig. 14

Analytical performance of immobilized pronase for glycopeptide footprinting and implications for surpassing reductionist glycoproteomics

E. D. Dodds, R. R. Seipert, B. H. Clowers, J. B. German, and C. B. Lebrilla

Journal of Proteome Research 8: 502-512 (2009)

Fig. 13

Exploiting differential dissociation chemistries of O-linked glycopeptide ions for the localization of mucin-type protein glycosylation

R. R. Seipert, E. D. Dodds, and C. B. Lebrilla

Journal of Proteome Research 8: 493-501 (2009)

Fig. 11

Factors that influence fragmentation behavior of N-linked glycopeptide ions

R. R. Seipert, E. D. Dodds, B. H. Clowers, S. M. Beecroft, J. B. German, and C. B. Lebrilla

Analytical Chemistry 80: 3684-3692 (2008)

Fig. 10

Systematic characterization of high mass accuracy influence on false discovery and probablity scoring in peptide mass fingerprinting

E. D. Dodds, B. H. Clowers, P. J. Hagerman, and C. B. Lebrilla

Analytical Biochemistry 372: 156-166 (2008)

Fig. 09

Enabling MALDI-FTICR-MS/MS for high performance proteomics through combination of infrared and collisional activation

E. D. Dodds, J. B. German, and C. B. Lebrilla

Analytical Chemistry 79: 9547-9556 (2007)

Fig. 07

Fragmentation of singly protonated peptides via a combination of infrared and collisional activation

E. D. Dodds, P. J. Hagerman, and C. B. Lebrilla

Analytical Chemistry 78: 8506-8511

Fig. 06

Enhanced peptide mass fingerprinting through high mass accuracy: exclusion of non-peptide signals based on residual mass

E. D. Dodds, H. J. An, P. J. Hagerman, and C. B. Lebrilla

Journal of Proteome Research 5: 1195-1203 (2006)

Fig. 05

Proton transfer chemical ionization mass spectrometry of fatty acid methyl esters separated by gas chromatography: quantitative aspects

E. D. Dodds, M. R. McCoy, L. D. Rea, and J. M. Kennish

European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology 107: 560-564 (2005)

Fig. 04

Atmospheric pressure MALDI Fourier transform mass spectrometry of labile oligosaccharides

J. Zhang, L. LaMotte, E. D. Dodds, and C. B. Lebrilla

Analytical Chemistry 77: 4429-4438 (2005)

Fig. 02

Microscale recovery of total lipids from fish tissue by accelerated solvent extraction

E. D. Dodds, M. R. McCoy, A. Geldenhuys, L. D. Rea, and J. M. Kennish

Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 81: 835-840 (2004)

Fig. 01

Quantitative analysis of perchlorate in extracts of whole fish homogenates by ion chromatography: comparison of suppressed conductivity detection and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry

E. D. Dodds, J. M. Kennish, F. A. von Hippel, R. Bernhardt, and M. E. Hines

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 379: 881-887 (2004)

 

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