JASMS is pleased to feature the top 10 most downloaded articles from the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry for the period July 1, 2017 -December 31, 2017. Congratulations to all the authors whose articles have been featured.
- Human Islet Amyloid Polypeptide N-Terminus Fragment Self-Assembly: Effect of Conserved Disulfide Bond on Aggregation Propensity. Ilitchev, A.I., Giammona, M.J., Do, T.D., Wong, A.G., Buratto, S.K., Shea, J.E., Raleigh, D.P., Bowers, M.T.
vol. 27, issue 6, 1010-1018 (2016)
- Identification of Reduction-Susceptible Disulfide Bonds in Transferrin by Differential Alkylation Using O16/O18 Labeled Iodoacetic Acid. Wang, S., Kaltashov, I.A.
vol. 26, issue 5, 800-807 (2015)
- Native Mass Spectrometry: What is in the Name? Leney, A.C., Heck, A.J.R.
vol. 28, issue 1, 5-13 (2017)
- Chemical Diversity and Complexity of Scotch Whisky as Revealed by High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry. Kew, W., Goodall, I., Clarke, D., Uhrín, D.
vol. 28, issue 1, 200-213 (2017)
- Optimization of Sample Preparation and Instrumental Parameters for the Rapid Analysis of Drugs of Abuse in Hair samples by MALDI-MS/MS Imaging. Flinders, B., Beasley, E., Verlaan, R.M., Cuypers, E., Francese, S., Bassindale, T., Clench, M.R., Heeren, R.M.A.
vol. 28, issue 11, 2462-2468 (2017)
- Addressing a Common Misconception: Ammonium Acetate as Neutral pH “Buffer” for Native Electrospray Mass Spectrometry. Konermann, L.
vol 28, issue 9, 1827-1835 (2017)
- Faster, More Reproducible DESI-MS for Biological Tissue Imaging. Tillner, J., Wu, V., Jones, E.A., Pringle, S.D., Karancsi, T., Dannhorn, A., Veselkov, K., McKenzie, J.S., Takats, Z.
vol. 28, issue 10, 2090-2098 (2017)
- Transferring Ions from Solution to the Gas Phase: The Two Basic Principles. Teunissen, S.F., Eberlin, M.N.
vol 28, issue 11, 2255-2261 (2017)
- Top-Down LESA Mass Spectrometry Protein Analysis of Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria. Kocurek, K.I., Stones, L., Bunch, J., May, R.C., Cooper, H.J.
vol 28, issue 10, 2066-2077 (2017)
- Electron-Transfer/Higher-Energy Collision Dissociation (EThcD)-Enabled Intact Glycopeptide/Glycoproteome Characterization. Yu, Q., Wang, B., Chen, Z., Urabe, G., Glover, M.S., Shi, X., Guo, L.W., Kent, K.C., Li, L.
vol 28, issue 9, 1751-1764 (2017)