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Biography Ernesto Nakayasu is a senior research scientist focused on understanding molecular mechanisms of diseases. Nakayasu has been applying systems biology and mass spectrometry-based omics measurements to study how pathogens and metabolic alterations cause human diseases; the goal is to...

PerCon SFA, Co-Investigator Vivian Lin earned her PhD in organic chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley with Professor Chris Chang, developing fluorescent probes for imaging redox active small molecules. Afterward, she traveled to Switzerland for a postdoctoral fellowship in the...

The Thermo Scientific LTQ Orbitrap Velos combines the proven mass accuracy and ultra-high resolution of the Orbitrap mass analyzer, with the increased sensitivity and improved cycle time of the LTQ Velos. The high mass accuracy of the LTQ Orbitrap Velos increases the speed and condense of indication...

Bruker Daltonics SolariX Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrometry (MRMS) instruments are available for different magnetic field strengths of 7T, 12T and 15T. The SolariX XR and 2xR instruments use magnetron control technology and a newly developed, high sensitivity, low noise preamplifier to exploit...

Identify, quantify, and confirm more compounds rapidly and with confidence using the Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Plus Mass Spectrometer. This benchtop LC-MS/MS system combines quadruple precursor ion selection with high-resolution, accurate-mass (HRAM) Orbitrap detection to deliver exceptional...

This dataset includes one baseline and three cybersecurity based scenarios utilizing the IEEE 9 Bus Model. This instantiation of the IEEE 9 model was built utilizing the OpalRT Simulator ePhasorsim module, with Bus 7 represented by hardware in the loop (HiL). The HiL was represented by two SEL351s...

X-ray, energetic photon, and electron irradiation can ionize and electronically excite target atoms and molecules. These excitations undergo complicated relaxation and energy-transfer processes that ultimately determine the manifold system responses to the deposited excess energy. In weakly bound...

The accurate description of excited vibronic states is important for modeling a wide range of photoinduced processes. The nuclear–electronic orbital (NEO) approach, which treats specified protons on the same level as the electrons, can describe excited electronic–protonic states. Herein the...

he production and release of H2 and O2 during and after electron (100–1000 eV) irradiation of boehmite nanoplatelet films was studied. H2 and O2 produced during irradiation likely correspond to electron-induced dissociation of the hydroxyls primarily in the terminal surface layers of the boehmite...

MPLEx Method Protocol for Integrative Single-Sample Processing for Subsequent Proteomic, Metabolomic, and Lipidomic Analyses The Metabolite, Protein and Lipid Extraction (MPLEx) method protocol is a robust sample processing technique applicable to a breadth of diverse sample types, including various...

This dataset includes the results of high-fidelity, hardware in the loop experimentation on simulated models of representative electric and natural gas distribution systems with real cyber attack test cases. Such datasets are extremely important not only in understanding the system behavior during...

Biomedical Resilience & Readiness in Adverse Operating Environments (BRAVE) Project: Exhaled Breath Condensate (EBC) TMT Proteomic Transformation Data Exhaled breath condensate (EBC) represents a low-cost and non-invasive means of examining respiratory health. EBC has been used to discover and...

The Biomedical Resilience & Readiness in Adverse Operating Environments (BRAVE) Project develop new capabilities to improve health and performance of first responders in adverse operating environments common to national defense. The BRAVE project analyze biological samples, collect physiological...
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