IonSource Link of the Month Archive
10/22/01

Bose-Einstein Condensation, what is it?  The 2001 Nobel prize in physics was awarded to Eric A. Cornell, Wolfgang Ketterle and Carl E. Wieman for making a  Bose-Einstein condensate.  Check out this simple explanation.


Where on Earth did that link of the month go?
10/29/01

Harvard Biotechnology Club  Career Services, Industry Focus, Investment, Start-Up Info, Emerging Technologies.

11/12/01

Chromatographic Links  A well maintained comprehensive compendium of chromatographic resources.  Maintained by Dr. Carlos Lopez

09/24/04 The Proteomics Tool Kit  at the Institute for Systems Biology,
Protein Digestor, Fragment Calculator, etc...
11/26/01

Proteomic Research Services, Inc. A spin off from Genomic Solutions.  They have many proteomic protocols posted on their web site. Very Cool!

11/16/04 The Global Proteome Machine Organization "The GPM"  Click on "Human" in the left hand column to search a human db with MS data.  No limit to the number of spectra you can submit! It's fast!
12/02/01

www.labcompliance.com  A great web site packed with information on instrument, analytical method and computer validation.

12/02/04 UniProt The Universal Protein Resource
"
It is a central repository of protein sequence and function created by joining the information contained in Swiss-Prot, TrEMBL, and PIR."
01/07/02

New from the ACS, Journal of Proteome Research, full length PDF articles by John R. Yates, III and Catherine Fenselau.

2/28/05 Geneva Bioinformatics (GeneBio) S.A.  try out their high through-put solution for proteomics, Phenyx.  Either download the Phenyx calculation engine or use the Phenyx Virtual Desktop free! 
040102

proteomicsSurf  "A Research Pointer to the Proteomics & Scientific IT Resources" A very good contact point to many of the the techniques used in proteomics research.

6/20/05 Glossolalia: a common language for MS data  tools for converting disparate MS file formats into the common file format mzXML.  Also tools for viewing mzXML data.
04/21/02

Atomic Weights and Isotopic Compositions with Relative Atomic Masses  NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology. Featuring an Online Database. 

9/12/05 PubChem Structure Search at NCBI, Search by Compound Name, Synonym or ID. Try Searching "Aspirin."  You will be amazed!
06/24/02 Try Googles Image Search.  Try searching for your favorite mass spectrometer, e.g. LCQ.  Give it a try.  
10/29/05 GeneBio has launched a new proteomic search engine, a web version of Phenyx. Create an account so that you can track your past submissions and keep your results private. 
9/01/02

Proteomics at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center  This Proteomics Powerhouse lead by Mark Duncan provides many resources including on-line proteomics protocols and a 2D gel database 

12/01/05 Is your MS data file too big to send as an e-mail attachment?  Send up to 1 GIG free with a free service called YouSendIt. It's been working for us, check it out, http://www.yousendit.com
(now charging 4.99/mo)
12/03/02

History of Xenobiotic Metabolism at BioAnalytical Systems, Inc. covering the following topics:  Oxidation, Sulfation, Glucuronides, Acetylation, Methylation, Reduction, Mercapturic Acid, Founding of the Field, Drug Metabolism Methodology, In Vitro Technology, P-450, The Future

03/02/06

Paul Gates has a new Mass Spectrometry Resource at the University of Bristol. This site is well worth bookmarking. Paul previously published the site, Theory of Mass Spectrometry, at Cambridge University.

05/23/03 Upchurch HPLC Center wins this months "Link of the Month Award."  It is a well organized center of HPLC resources, go take a look!  03/02/06

PepNovo is a free de novo sequencing on-line resource designed specifically for ion trap data. You can try sequencing this dta file (right click & save as 909.dta). De Novo sequencing with trap data is difficult, but this program does a good job. We set the min and max tag length to 6 and set min. prob. to 0.5 and selected tryptic.  Here is the theoretical sequence GLSDGEWQQLNVWGK  Look at the longest, highest probability tag in the output!  

03/08/04 UNIMOD protein modifications for mass spectrometry 6/17/07

Watch ThermoFisher’s wildest mass spec movie ever.  It’s a takeoff on the popular TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.  “I wonder if I'll get residuals for my nanospray device being on TV?”  Watch the movie.

10/3/2012

30 day free trial of Bioinformatics Solutions peptide de novo sequencing program PEAKS. Try it free.

7/17/09

Metabolomics Science A great metabolomics resource offered at the Scripps Center for Mass Spectrometry

 

10/3/2012 Did you know that there is an entire website dedicated to the most popular mass spectrometer of all time? Visit PlanetOrbitrap.com 4/13/10

Skyline is a Windows client application for building Selected Reaction Monitoring (SRM) / Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) methods and analyzing the resulting mass spectrometer data. It aims to employ cutting-edge technologies for creating and iteratively refining SRM methods for large-scale proteomics studies. (free)

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