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IsoTopics™ – May 2018

Multiplexed Proteome Analysis with Neutron-Encoded Stable Isotope Labeling in Cells and Mice
NeuCode™ is the trademark of WARF
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A mass spectrometry-based proteomic analysis of Homer2-interacting proteins in the mouse brain
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Two Complementary Reversed-Phase Separations for Comprehensive Coverage of the Semipolar and Nonpolar Metabolome
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METLIN: A Technology Platform for Identifying Knowns and Unknowns
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Noninvasive Liquid Diet Delivery Of Stable Isotopes Into Mouse Models For Deep Metabolic Network Tracing
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A Timeline of Stable Isotopes and Mass Spectrometry in the Life Sciences
Lehmann, W.
Here Wolf-Dieter Lehmann chronicles the development of stable isotopes (principally 13C, D, 15N, and 18O) and the MS-based techniques used for their analysis. The review is divided into time segments (1920-1950, 1950-1980, 1980-2000, and 2000-2010), with methods and applications discussed therein.  Included in the highlights is the use of stable isotopes (as quantitative standards or metabolic tracers) with LC- or GC-MS to address questions in ‘omics (e.g., metabolomics, proteomics, and lipidomics), metabolism, and forensics, among other fields of application.


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Stable Isotope Newsletters | Cambridge Isotope Laboratories
stable isotope, stable isotope labeled compounds, environmental contaminant standards
CIL has been ready to help with the analytical standards critical to the task of defining and resolving any major environmental contamination problems.