Browsing by Author "Compton, Philip D."

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  • Skinner, Owen S.; Havugimana, Pierre C.; Haverland, Nicole A.; Fornelli, Luca; Early, Bryan P.; Greer, Joseph B.; Fellers, Ryan T.; Durbin, Kenneth R.; Do Vale, Luis H. F.; Melani, Rafael D.; Seckler, Henrique S.; Nelp, Micah T.; Belov, Mikhail E.; Horning, Stevan R.; Makarov, Alexander A.; LeDuc, Richard D.; Bandarian, Vahe; Compton, Philip D.; Kelleher, Neil L. (Nature Publishing Group, )
    Efforts to map the human protein interactome have resulted in information about thousands of multi-protein assemblies housed in public repositories, but the molecular characterization and stoichiometry of their protein ...
  • Li, Yihan; Compton, Philip D.; Tran, John C.; Ntai, Ioanna; Kelleher, Neil L. (Wiley VCH (Proteomics), 1/14/2014)
    The direct analysis of intact proteins via mass spectrometry offers compelling advantages in comparison to alternative methods due to the direct and unambiguous identification and characterization of protein sequences it ...
  • Savaryn, John Paul; Skinner, Owen S.; Fornelli, Luca; Fellers, Ryan T.; Compton, Philip D.; Terhune, Scott S.; Abecassis, Mike M.; Kelleher, Neil L. (Journal of Proteomics, 2015-05-04)
    Measuring post-translational modifications on transcription factors by targeted mass spectrometry is hampered by low protein abundance and inefficient isolation. Here, we utilized HaloTag technology to overcome these ...

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