Ronald C. Beavis, Ph.D. and David Fenyo, Ph.D.
Site Origin: The Rockefeller University. New York,
Description: One of the best amino acid information
pages on the internet. This resource is notable for it's simplicity,
completeness and printable reference tables.
Introduction to Mass
Brian M. Tissue, Ph.D.
Virginia Tech Chemistry Department
Description: Best intro to ms we have
seen. This site also covers "Analytical Chemistry
Basics", "Solving Equlibrium Problems", "Analytical
Spectroscopy." A must explore site.
Clauser, Ph.D., and Peter Baker, Ph.D.
Site Origin: University of California San Francisco
Description: The UCSF Mass
Spectrometry Page, Alma L. Burlingame, PhD, Director. The web home of
"Protein Prospector." Tools include search by peptide mass,
search with peptide ms/ms data, search with Edman data, etc.. "Protein
Prospector" is one of the best database searching tools we have used.
Site Origin: Worthington Biochemical Corporation
Description: The Worthington
Biochemical Corporation web site should be the standard for corporate web
sites. The site is packed with useful information, the enzyme manual,
tutorials on enzymes and biochemistry all containing tons of literature
references. The enzyme manual is my favorite. The enzyme manual is a
searchable index of enzymes with digest methods and enzyme information and pages
of enzyme references. This is the only link to make it
directly to the IonSource.Com front page the Four Star page and the Tutorials link page. http://www.worthington-biochem.com/