Catherine C. Fenselau

1987-1998 University of Maryland, Baltimore County 
 1998-2018 Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Proteomics and biomolecular studies using mass spectrometry; rapid detection of airborne microorganisms
"Catherine C. Fenselau"
Catherine Fenselau, interviewed by Michael A. Grayson in University of Maryland, College Park on April 13, 2012. Philadelphia: Science History Institute, n.d. Oral History Transcript 0710.

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Carl Djerassi grad student 1965 Stanford
 (Studies of hydrogen rearrangements induced by electron impact.)
Melvin Calvin post-doc 1966 UC Berkeley
Alma L. Burlingame post-doc 1967 NASA Space Sciences Laboratory
Paul Talalay post-doc 1968 Johns Hopkins


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Jonathan D. Dinman collaborator 2005-2009 (Cell Biology Tree)
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Stein DC, H Stocker L, Powell AE, et al. (2020) Extraction of Membrane Components from Using Catanionic Surfactant Vesicles: A New Approach for the Study of Bacterial Surface Molecules. Pharmaceutics. 12
Chen D, Bryden WA, Fenselau C. (2019) Microwave supported hydrolysis prepares spores for proteomic analysis. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 435: 227-233
Chen D, Geis-Asteggiante L, Gomes FP, et al. (2019) Top-down Proteomic Characterization of Truncated Proteoforms. Journal of Proteome Research
Gomes F, Lemma B, Abeykoon D, et al. (2018) Top-down Analysis of Novel Synthetic Branched Proteins. Journal of Mass Spectrometry : Jms
Chen D, Bryden WA, Fenselau C. (2018) Rapid analysis of ricin using hot acid digestion and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. Journal of Mass Spectrometry : Jms
Chen D, Gomes F, Abeykoon D, et al. (2018) Top-Down Analysis of Branched Proteins Using Mass Spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry
Rose RL, Choksawangkarn W, Fenselau C. (2018) Application of Higher Density Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Pellicles to Enrich the Plasma Membrane and Its Proteome from Cells in Suspension. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1722: 79-90
Geis-Asteggiante L, Belew AT, Clements VK, et al. (2017) Differential content of proteins, mRNAs, and miRNAs suggests that MDSC and their exosomes may mediate distinct immune suppressive functions. Journal of Proteome Research
Adams KR, Chauhan S, Patel DB, et al. (2017) Ubiquitin conjugation probed by inflammation in MDSC extracellular vesicles. Journal of Proteome Research
Geis-Asteggiante L, Ostrand-Rosenberg S, Fenselau C, et al. (2016) Evaluation of spectral counting for relative quantitation of proteoforms in top-down proteomics. Analytical Chemistry
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