Mass Spectrometry Reviews

Papers
(The TQCC of Mass Spectrometry Reviews is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Ion mobility mass spectrometry in the omics era: Challenges and opportunities for metabolomics and lipidomics91
On‐tissue chemical derivatization in mass spectrometry imaging54
Surface‐assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry imaging: A review53
Advances in data‐independent acquisition mass spectrometry towards comprehensive digital proteome landscape50
Recent advances (2019–2021) of capillary electrophoresis‐mass spectrometry for multilevel proteomics49
Advances in mass spectrometry imaging for spatial cancer metabolomics48
Evaluating and minimizing batch effects in metabolomics45
A History of Molecular Level Analysis of Natural Organic Matter by FTICR Mass Spectrometry and The Paradigm Shift in Organic Geochemistry42
MS‐based glycomics and glycoproteomics methods enabling isomeric characterization41
Eight key rules for successful data‐dependent acquisition in mass spectrometry‐based metabolomics41
Mass spectrometry‐based methods for the advanced characterization and structural analysis of lignin: A review41
Analysis of environmental organic matters by Ultrahigh‐Resolution mass spectrometry—A review on the development of analytical methods40
The development and application of matrix assisted laser desorption electrospray ionization: The teenage years39
FIELDABLE MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR FORENSIC SCIENCE, HOMELAND SECURITY, AND DEFENSE APPLICATIONS38
Different ion mobility‐mass spectrometry coupling techniques to promote metabolomics36
Mass spectrometry‐based tear proteomics for noninvasive biomarker discovery35
Applications and continued evolution of glycan imaging mass spectrometry35
Recent advances in LC‐MS‐based metabolomics for clinical biomarker discovery31
A guide to mass spectrometric analysis of extracellular vesicle proteins for biomarker discovery30
THE IMS PARADOX: A PERSPECTIVE ON STRUCTURAL ION MOBILITY‐MASS SPECTROMETRY30
RECOGNITION AND AVOIDANCE OF ION SOURCE‐GENERATED ARTIFACTS IN LIPIDOMICS ANALYSIS28
Mass spectrometry‐based strategies for single‐cell metabolomics27
CHEMICAL REACTION MONITORING BY AMBIENT MASS SPECTROMETRY26
Recent advances in top‐down proteome sample processing ahead of MS analysis25
Sample preparation and culture condition effects on MALDI‐TOF MS identification of bacteria: A review25
Mass spectrometry in food authentication and origin traceability24
Fifty years of nucleophilic substitution in the gas phase24
Chemical derivatization strategy for mass spectrometry‐based lipidomics24
Recent developments and applications of selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT‐MS)24
Desorption electrospray ionization mass spectrometry imaging in discovery and development of novel therapies23
Mass spectrometry and the cellular surfaceome23
MASS SPECTROMETRY TECHNOLOGIES TO ADVANCE CARE FOR CANCER PATIENTS IN CLINICAL AND INTRAOPERATIVE USE22
Chemical isotope labeling for quantitative proteomics21
Mass spectrometry analysis of saponins21
Three‐dimensional quantitative mass spectrometry imaging in complex system: From subcellular to whole organism21
Automated proteomic sample preparation: The key component for high throughput and quantitative mass spectrometry analysis20
Novel insights about albumin in cardiovascular diseases: Focus on heart failure20
ANALYSIS OF CARBOHYDRATES AND GLYCOCONJUGATES BY MATRIX‐ASSISTED LASER DESORPTION/IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY: AN UPDATE FOR 2015–201619
Native top‐down mass spectrometry for higher‐order structural characterization of proteins and complexes19
FT‐ICR‐MS‐based metabolomics: A deep dive into plant metabolism19
Recent advancements in glycoproteomic studies: Glycopeptide enrichment and derivatization, characterization of glycosylation in SARS CoV2, and interacting glycoproteins19
LC/ICP‐MS AND COMPLEMENTARY TECHNIQUES IN BESPOKE AND NONTARGETED SPECIATION ANALYSIS OF ELEMENTS IN FOOD SAMPLES18
Mass spectrometry‐based targeted proteomics for analysis of protein mutations18
Enriching extracellular vesicles for mass spectrometry17
Collision energies: Optimization strategies for bottom‐up proteomics17
LASER IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY AT 55: QUO VADIS?17
Ambient ionization mass spectrometry applied to new psychoactive substance analysis17
Plasma‐based ambient mass spectrometry: Recent progress and applications17
Recent advancements in LC‐MS based analysis of biotoxins: Present and future challenges17
State‐of‐the‐art glycosaminoglycan characterization17
What are we imaging? Software tools and experimental strategies for annotation and identification of small molecules in mass spectrometry imaging17
RECENT ADVANCES IN INSTRUMENTAL APPROACHES TO TIME‐OF‐FLIGHT MASS SPECTROMETRY17
Methods for quantification of glycopeptides by liquid separation and mass spectrometry16
Bio‐phenols determination in olive oils: Recent mass spectrometry approaches16
Ion spectroscopy in methane activation15
Analysis of vitamin D metabolic markers by mass spectrometry: Recent progress regarding the “gold standard” method and integration into clinical practice15
Hydrogen/deuterium exchange mass spectrometry in the world of small molecules15
Fourier‐transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry for characterizing proteoforms15
In‐depth investigation of altered glycosylation in human haptoglobin associated cancer by mass spectrometry14
The use of mass spectrometry in a proteome‐centered multiomics study of human pituitary adenomas14
Chemistry and physics of dopants embedded in helium droplets14
LASER DESORPTION/ABLATION POSTIONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY: RECENT PROGRESS IN BIOANALYTICAL APPLICATIONS14
Recent advances in mass spectrometry analysis of neuropeptides13
Methods to improve quantitative glycoprotein coverage from bottom‐up LC‐MS data13
ORGANOMETALLIC GAS‐PHASE ION CHEMISTRY AND CATALYSIS: INSIGHTS INTO THE USE OF METAL CATALYSTS TO PROMOTE SELECTIVITY IN THE REACTIONS OF CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES13
Quantitative clinical glycomics strategies: A guide for selecting the best analysis approach13
Cross‐linking reactions in food proteins and proteomic approaches for their detection13
Metal adduction in mass spectrometric analyses of carbohydrates and glycoconjugates12
Tandem mass spectrometry approaches for recognition of isomeric compounds mixtures12
Periodic trends in gas‐phase oxidation and hydrogenation reactions of lanthanides and 5d transition metal cations12
FT‐MS in the de novo top‐down sequencing of natural nontryptic peptides12
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