Affiliation(s): University of Notre Dame
William Boggess, Ph D.
Analysis of large and small molecules using several ionization methods, low or high resolution, hyphenated techniques, proteomics, and metabolomics.
- Low and high resolution mass spec
- Accurate mass measurements
- Hyphenated techniques
- Peptide mass fingerprinting
- In gel and in solution protein digests
- Imagining of TLC separations and tissue sections
mass spectrometry, proteomics, metabolomics, lipidomics, biomolecules, organic molecules, high performance liquid chromatography, ultrahigh pressure liquid chromatography, gas chromatography, thin layer chromatography, tlc, capillary hplc, caplc, lc, uplc, hplc, lc/ms, lc/ms/ms, gc/ms, electron ionization, chemical ionization, fast atom bombardment, electrospray ionization, matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization, ei, ci, fab, esi, nanoesi, maldi, maldi-tof, maldi-tof-tof, q-tof, triple quadrupole, quadrupole time-of-flight, ion trap, magnetic sector, jeol, micromass, waters, bruker daltonics, dionex, lc packings, new objective, mascot, peptide mass fingerprint, pmf, post-translational modification, ptm, peptide, protein, high resolution, accurate mass measurement, collisionally-induced dissociation, cid, collisionally-activated dissociation, cad, post-source decay, psd, lift, precursor ion scan, product ion scan, constant neutral loss scan, multiply charged ions, electron transfer dissociation, etd, ax505ha, gcmate, micro-tof ii, micro-tof q ii, ultimate, ultimate 3000, rapid separation liquid chromatography, rslc, 2d lc, mudpit, multi-dimensional protein identification technology
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