2003 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Bolus (digestion) is closely connected to Anatomy in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Umbilical cord. He combines topics linked to Anatomy with his work on Bolus (digestion). His Oxidative stress study falls within the topics of Free radical scavenger and Malondialdehyde. Free radical scavenger is often connected to Oxidative stress in his work. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Internal medicine and Gastroenterology. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gastroenterology and Internal medicine through his works. His Anesthesia study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Intravenous bolus. Many of his studies on Intravenous bolus apply to Anesthesia as well. He combines Ropivacaine and Local anesthetic in his studies.
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Electron Capture Dissociation of Multiply Charged Protein Cations. A Nonergodic Process
Roman A. Zubarev;Neil L. Kelleher;Fred W. McLafferty.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1998)
Electron Capture Dissociation for Structural Characterization of Multiply Charged Protein Cations
Roman A. Zubarev;David M. Horn;Einar K. Fridriksson;Neil L. Kelleher.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Proteoform: a single term describing protein complexity
Lloyd M Smith;Neil L Kelleher.
Nature Methods (2013)
EZH2 Is Required for Germinal Center Formation and Somatic EZH2 Mutations Promote Lymphoid Transformation
Wendy Béguelin;Relja Popovic;Matt Teater;Yanwen Jiang.
Cancer Cell (2013)
Top down versus bottom up protein characterization by tandem high- resolution mass spectrometry
Neil L. Kelleher;Hong Y. Lin;Gary A. Valaskovic;David J. Aaserud.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Peer Reviewed: Top-Down Proteomics
Neil L. Kelleher.
Analytical Chemistry (2004)
Mapping intact protein isoforms in discovery mode using top-down proteomics
John C. Tran;John C. Tran;Leonid Zamdborg;Dorothy R. Ahlf;Dorothy R. Ahlf;Ji Eun Lee;Ji Eun Lee.
How many human proteoforms are there
Ruedi Aebersold;Jeffrey N. Agar;I. Jonathan Amster;Mark S. Baker.
Nature Chemical Biology (2018)
Decoding protein modifications using top-down mass spectrometry
Nertila Siuti;Neil L Kelleher.
Nature Methods (2007)
Top Down proteomics: Facts and perspectives
Adam D. Catherman;Owen S. Skinner;Neil L. Kelleher.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2014)
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