Daniel Mortensen

2011-2016 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Pope BL, Joaquin D, Hickey JT, et al. (2021) Multi-CRAFTI: Relative Collision Cross Sections from Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometric Line Width Measurements. Journal of the American Society For Mass Spectrometry
Hickenlooper SM, Harper CC, Pope BL, et al. (2018) Barriers for Extrusion of a Guest from the Interior Binding Cavity of a Host: Gas Phase Experimental and Computational Results for Ion-Capped Decamethylcucurbit[5]uril Complexes. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Anupriya, Gustafson E, Mortensen DN, et al. (2017) Quantitative Collision Cross-Sections from FTICR Linewidth Measurements: Improvements in Theory and Experiment. Journal of the American Society For Mass Spectrometry
Mortensen DN, Susa AC, Williams ER. (2017) Collisional Cross-Sections with T-Wave Ion Mobility Spectrometry without Experimental Calibration. Journal of the American Society For Mass Spectrometry
Mortensen DN, Williams ER. (2016) Microsecond and nanosecond polyproline II helix formation in aqueous nanodrops measured by mass spectrometry. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 52: 12218-12221
Mortensen DN, Williams ER. (2016) Surface-Induced Protein Unfolding in Submicron Electrospray Emitters. Analytical Chemistry
Mortensen DN, Williams ER. (2016) Electrothermal supercharging of proteins in native MS: effects of protein isoelectric point, buffer, and nanoESI-emitter tip size. The Analyst
Mortensen DN, Williams ER. (2016) Ultrafast (1 μs) Mixing and Fast Protein Folding in Nanodrops Monitored by Mass Spectrometry. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Mortensen DN, Williams ER. (2015) Investigating protein folding and unfolding in electrospray nanodrops upon rapid mixing using theta-glass emitters. Analytical Chemistry. 87: 1281-7
Mortensen DN, Williams ER. (2014) Theta-glass capillaries in electrospray ionization: rapid mixing and short droplet lifetimes. Analytical Chemistry. 86: 9315-21
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