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Tandem Mass Spectrometry

Molecular Characterization


Tandem Mass Spectrometry - Molecular Characterization presents a comprehensive coverage of theory, instrumentation and description of experimental strategies and MS/MS data interpretation for the structural characterization of relevant molecular compounds. The areas covered include the analysis of drugs, metabolites, carbohydrates and protein post-translational modifications. The book series in Tandem Mass Spectrometry serves multiple groups of audiences; professional (academic and industry), graduate students and general readers interested in the use of modern mass spectrometry in solving critical questions of chemical and biological sciences.

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Tandem Mass SpectrometryMolecular CharacterizationEdited by Ana Varela Coelho

Published: May 29th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/56703

ISBN: 978-953-51-1136-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5038-1

Copyright year: 2013

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16 Crossref Citations

24 Web of Science Citations

43 Dimensions Citations


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1. Matrix Effects in Mass Spectrometry Combined with Separation Methods — Comparison HPLC, GC and Discussion on Methods to Control these Effects

By Luigi Silvestro, Isabela Tarcomnicu and Simona Rizea Savu


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2. A Short Overview of the Components in Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation for Proteomics Analyses

By Diogo Ribeiro Demartini


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3. Contribution of Mass Spectrometry to the Study of Antimalarial Agents

By Ana Raquel Sitoe, Francisca Lopes, Rui Moreira, Ana Coelho and Maria Rosário Bronze


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4. Mass Spectrometry Strategies for Structural Analysis of Carbohydrates and Glycoconjugates

By Guilherme L. Sassaki and Lauro Mera de Souza


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5. Tandem MS and NMR: An Efficient Couple for the Characterization of Saponins

By Rita Laires, Kamila Koci, Elisabete Pires, Catarina Franco, Pedro Lamosa and Ana V. Coelho


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6. Post-Translational Modification Profiling of Burn-Induced — Insulin Resistance and Muscle Wasting

By Xiao-Ming Lu, Ronald G. Tompkins and Alan J. Fischman


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