Library resources for researchers using mass spectrometry.
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New Stanford theses using mass spectrometry
New library materials on mass spectrometry
Mass spectrometry subjects in SearchWorks
narrower term: Accelerator mass spectrometry
narrower term: Chemical ionization mass spectrometry
narrower term: Electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
narrower term: Field desorption mass spectrometry
narrower term: Field ionization mass spectrometry
narrower term: Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
narrower term: Ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry
narrower term: Matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization
narrower term: Molecular spectra
narrower term: Secondary ion mass spectrometry
narrower term: Tandem mass spectrometry
narrower term: Time-of-flight mass spectrometry
Databases with spectral peak searching
Please also see Databases section of this guide to use mass spec databases.
- Mass spectral reconstruction of LC/MS data with entropy minimization
- ICP-MS method development and validation for determination of trace elemental impurities in caustic potash
- Laboratory validation of rapid discrimination of single microbial cells via SPAMS with machine learning
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- Using LC-MS to Identify Clipping in Self-Assembled Nanoparticles During Vaccine Development
- 1,4-Benzoquinone as a Highly Efficient Dopant for Enhanced Ionization and Detection of Nitramine Explosives on a Single-Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer Fitted with a Helium-Plasma Ionization (HePI) Source
- Comparison of Clusters Produced from Sb 2 Se 3 Homemade Polycrystalline Material, Thin Films, and Commercial Polycrystalline Bulk Using Laser Desorption Ionization with Time of Flight Quadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry
- Top-down Mass Spectrometry of Sarcomeric Protein Post-translational Modifications from Non-human Primate Skeletal Muscle
- Lipid Alterations during Zebrafish Embryogenesis Revealed by Dynamic Mass Spectrometry Profiling with C=C Specificity
- Contactless Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry for Direct Detection of Analytes in Living Organisms
- Sequential amidation of peptide C‐termini for improving fragmentation efficiency
- Dehydration‐fragmentation mechanism of cathinones and their metabolites in ESI‐CID
- Multielemental characterization of honey using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry fused with chemometrics
- Metabolic profiling of different wild and cultivated Allium species based on high‐resolution mass spectrometry, high‐performance liquid chromatography‐photodiode array detector, and color analysis
- Analysis of natural organic matter via fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: an overview of recent non‐petroleum applications
- THE MAKING OF A FOOTPRINT IN PROTEIN FOOTPRINTING: A REVIEW IN HONOR OF MICHAEL L. GROSS
- DECAY DYNAMICS IN MOLECULAR BEAMS
- Glycomics and glycoproteomics of viruses: Mass spectrometry applications and insights toward structure–function relationships
- Negative ion mass spectrometry for the analysis of N‐linked glycans
- Identification of Vicinal Diols Using a Diagnostic Ion Derived from the Electron Ionization of Orthoester Functional Groups
- Effects of oxygen plasma ashing treatment on carbonate clumped isotopes
- Site‐selective, reversible, pH‐induced N‐terminal maleylation and its application for proteomics research
- Challenges and trends for halogen determination by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry: A review
- FGF‐21 biomarker detection at the sub‐nanogram per mL level in human serum using normal‐flow liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry
Protocols & methods
Mass spectrometry > methods
Stanford's access to Mnova software
We have a campus-wide site license to MNova software that includes many of their plugins. If you have questions or need help, please contact Grace Baysinger. We renewed our license agreement which is valid through 2/14/2021.
License keys: The 2020 license keys are available to current students, faculty, and staff at Stanford. To get the license keys, please send a request to Grace Baysinger, Aparna Sharma, or Cristina Flores-Herrera using your @Stanford email address. Please also include your Stanford ID number in the request.
Note: to activate the software you must be on campus or connected via VPN. Please also note that the software "checks-in" with the license key server every 90 days. If your license key is not being recognized, try connecting to the campus network using VPN to see if this fixes the problem. If the problem still persists, please contact Grace Baysinger.
MNova app for tablets is also available for all current students, faculty, and staff at Stanford. After filling out this form, you will receive a confirmation email with further instructions on how to get started.
Training and support: Please see getting started resources, manuals, and webinars plus Mestrelab's YouTube Channel to learn more about using Mnova. There are also three presentations in Stanford's Box (document storage space):
Download software and plugins
MestReNova or Mnova is a multipage, multivendor, multitechnique, and multiplatform analytical chemistry software suite designed as a container for using Mnova plugins. The NMR, MS, NMRP, Verify, and DB client plugins are integrated into Mnova so they don't need to be installed separately. You just need to activate them using the license keys. Be sure to check out what's new in Mnova.
Please note: to activate the software you must be on campus or connected via VPN.
||Mac, Windows, & Linux Versions. Software includes NMR, MS, NMRP, Verify, and DB client plugins.||Download Mnova|
|ElViS||Designed to visualize, process, analyze and report various electronic and vibrational spectroscopic techniques: ultraviolet and visible, near and mid infrared, Raman, fluorescence, and other spectroscopic methods operating in the whole region of wavelength from 100 nm to 100 µm.||Download ElVIS|
|NMR plugin||NMR processing, analysis, simulation and reporting at your fingertips.||in Mnova|
|MS plugin||Processing & analyzing LC/GC/MS data made simple.||in Mnova|
|NMRP plugin||Prediction of NMR spectra from molecular structure; allows auto-assignments if combined with Mnova NMR.||in Mnova|
|Verify plugin||Automatic Structure Verification that really works. It works in combination with Mnova NMR ( or Mnova MS) and NMRPredict.||in Mnova|
|qNMR plugin||Arrive at optimal concentration or purity values.||Download qNMR|
|RM plugin||Simple, facilitated extraction of spectroscopic and chemical kinetic concentration data to help analyze reaction monitoring data.||Download RM|
|DB client plugin||A new concept for the shared storage of molecules, NMR and LC/GC/MS analytical data and other Mnova objects.||in Mnova|
Download Mnova DB server plugin - license expires 2/14/20
Mnova DB is an effective, fully integrated, multiplatform environment for the storage, indexing and searching of analytical chemistry data (NMR, LC/GC/MS and molecular structures). While the client side remains the same and integrated in Mnova, there are three versions of the DB Server plugin. Select the one that best fits your needs. Please contact me if you are currently using Mnova DB and need access to it in the future.
||Description||Windows Download Options (.exe installer)
||Mac & Linux Download Options (.jar installer)
||It is a solution for individual users. Runs only on SQLite and accepts only Mnova connections from the local computer.||version 1.8.2 MyData (Win)||version 1.8.2 MyData (Mac/Linux)|
||Runs only on SQLite and accepts connections from anywhere.||version 1.8.2 DB Group (Win)||version 1.8.2 DB Group (Mac/Linux)|
||Runs on any DB backend and accept connections from anywhere.||version 1.8.2 DB Enterprise (Win)||version 1.8.2 DB Enterprise (Mac/Linux)|
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