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Publications

Journal publications provide an important mechanism of communication and dissemination, and we aim to rigorously publish our work as soon as possible, targeting venues having both expert and non-expert audiences.  Our overall aim is to promote, advertise, and make available our enabling technologies to the biomedical research community.

All Publications

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Publication Library

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NANOG Is Multiply Phosphorylated and Directly Modified by ERK2 and CDK1 In Vitro

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Expanding DiLeu to Eight Quantitative Channels

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DiLeu Allows for Multiplex Quantification of Urinary Proteins in Men

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Further Multiplexing with Quantitative Proteomics Enabled by Mass Defect and High Resolution MS

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Further Multiplexing with Quantitative Proteomics Enabled by Mass Defect and High Resolution MS

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Absolute Quantification with isotopic DiLeu (iDiLeu)

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Absolute Quantification with isotopic DiLeu (iDiLeu)

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Utilizing DiLeu for Quantifying Amine-Containing Metabolites

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Exploring Other Dimethylated Amino Acids

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A Combined Isobaric and Mass Difference Quantification Strategy (mdDiLeu)

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Our Initial Description of NeuCode

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NeuCode Labeling for Top-Down Protein Quantification

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Description of new NeuCode Amino Acids

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In Vivo Mouse Labeling in Just a Few Weeks Using NeuCode

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Multi-Plexed, Absolute Protein Quantification Using NeuCode

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NeuCode Offers a Route for Multi-Plexed Quantification with Data-Independent Acquisition 

 

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NeuCode Signatures Can be Used to Facilitate Peptide ID & De Noro Sequencing 

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Product Ion Annotation Using NeuCode

 

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A Simple Approach for NeuCode Chemical Labeling

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Neucode Labels for Metabolite Quantification

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Patents

    

Patents

Another key avenue to promoting developed technologies is patenting. Patent protection is often needed for an industrial partner to license a newly developed technology and make it commercially available. The patent protection allows them to invest their own capitol in taking the proof-of-concept work, done in the academic lab, and making the method robust and suitable for general use.  We work with the  Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), a private, nonprofit patent and licensing organization for the University of Wisconsin–Madison.  Several patents from the center’s current activities are pending.