This work lead by Daniel Vallejo entitled “Native triboelectric nanogenerator ion mobility-mass spectrometry of egg proteins relevant to objects of cultural heritage at picoliter and nanomolar quantities” published in Analytica Chemica Acta demonstrates that triboelectric nanogenerators (TENG) can generate protein ions suitable for native mass spectrometry at nanomolar and picoliter quantities, and its potential applications towards cultural heritage research. Check it out using the link below:
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This work lead by Olatomiwa Bifarin, Samyukta Sah, David Gaul, and Samuel Moore entitled “Machine Learning Reveals Lipidome Remodeling Dynamics in a Mouse Model of Ovarian Cancer” published in Journal of Proteome Research tracks the alterations in the metabolome of mice models using machine learning and demonstrates how differences in metabolite flux between ovarian cancer severity/outcome can be leveraged to develop more accurate early detection methodologies. Check it out using the link below:
Carter Asef began a 12-week experiential internship program at Abbvie Pharmaceuticals in the analytical R&D division. His research project will involve using recently published techniques  to perform ion molecule reactions for the structural elucidation of nitrosamine compounds.
A Diagnostic Nitrosamine Detection Approach for Pharmaceuticals by Using Tandem Mass Spectrometry Based on Diagnostic Gas-Phase Ion-Molecule Reactions
Judy Kuan-Yu Liu, Erlu Feng, Yue Fu, Wanru Li, Xin Ma, Huaming Sheng, John Kong, Yong Liu, Michael Hicks, Bangping Xiang, Zhijian Liu, Justin Pennington, and Hilkka I. Kenttämaa
Analytical Chemistry 2022 94 (40), 13795-13803