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Department of Chemistry
Allison S. Danell




  • Bruker EsquireLC Quadrupole Ion Trap equipped with conventional flow and nanoflow ESI sources
  • Bruker Esquire3000plus Quadrupole Ion Trap equipped with conventional flow and nanoflow ESI sources
  • Access to the Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Facility

Useful references

Cech, N. B.; Enke, C. G. “Practical Implications of Some Recent Studies in Electrospray Ionization Fundamentals”, Mass Spectrom. Rev. 2001, 20, 362-387.
Zenobi, R.; Knochenmuss, R. “Ion Formation in MALDI Mass Spectrometry”, Mass Spectrom. Rev.1998, 17, 337-366.
March, R. E. “An Introduction to Quadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry”, J. Mass Spectrom.1997, 32, 351-369.
de Hoffman, E. “Tandem Mass Spectrometry:  a Primer”, J. Mass Spectrom.1996, 31, 129-137.
Chemushevich, I. V.; Loboda, A. V.; Thomson, B. A.  “An Introduction to Quadrupole/Time-of-flight Mass Spectrometry”, J. Mass Spectrom. 2001, 36, 849-865.
Guilhaus, M. “Principles and Instrumentation in Time-of-flight Mass Spectrometry”, J. Mass Spectrom.1995, 30, 1519-1532.
Glish, G. L.; Vachet, R. W. "The Basics of Mass Spectrometry in the 21st Century", Nat. Rev. Drug Discovery. 2003, 2, 140-150.
Mann, M.; Hendrickson, R. C.; Pandey, A. “Analysis of Proteins and Proteomes by Mass Spectrometry”, Annu. Rev. Biochem. 2001, 70, 437-473.
Wysocki, V. H.; Resing, K. A.; Zhang, Q.; Cheng, G.  "Mass Spectrometry of Peptides and Proteins", Methods, 2005, 35, 211-222.
Jarrold, M. F. “Peptides and Proteins in the Vapor Phase”, Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. 2000, 51, 179-207.