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  • Teaching | Wu Research Site
    Biochemistry Wu Research Site Home Group Members Teaching Research Publications Group News Outreach Photo gallery Login Teaching Fall 2012 CHEM8823 Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry Analytical Separations Fall 2013 CHEM8823 Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry Analytical Separations Spring 2014 CHEM2211

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/wu/node/10 (2015-06-03)
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  • Research | Wu Research Site
    impact on protein structure function and stability Effective separation and enrichment methods are crucial for studying the modified forms of proteins present in cells or tissues Due to the structural differences between the more than 200 PTMs reported there is no common method suitable for analyzing numerous PTMs Distinctive structures and properties of each group allow us to design specific methods to study individual protein modifications which will be applied to biomedical research Protein function cell signaling and cancer Cells respond to a plethora of intra and extra cellular signals Ineffective or improper signal transductions which are often carried out by protein modifications may lead to human diseases such as cancer Proteins and their PTM changes at different cellular states may be comprehensively analyzed by quantitative MS based proteomics methods which can improve our understanding of protein function cell signaling pathways and molecular implications of drug treatment Thus it will be possible to discover novel disease biomarkers identify new drug targets and contribute to the selection of better targeted agents on an individual basis which will result in potential applications in personalized medicine Cell metabolism Cell metabolism is directly related to many diseases including cancer cells which have notably abnormal

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/wu/node/4 (2015-06-03)
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  • Publications | Wu Research Site
    to determine the absolute protein phosphorylation stoichiometry Nature Methods 8 8 677 683 2011 19 Ronghu Wu Noah Dephoure Wilhelm Haas Edward L Huttlin Bo Zhai Mathew Sowa Steve P Gygi Correct Interpretation of Comprehensive Phosphorylation Dynamics Requires Normalization by Protein Expression Changes Mol Cell Proteomics 10 8 DOI 10 1074 mcp M111 009654 2011 18 Ronghu Wu Richard A Marta Jonathon Martens Kris Eldridge Terry B McMahon Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the Proton Bound Dimer of Lysine J Am Soc Mass Spectrom 22 9 1651 1659 2011 17 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon Structures energetics and dynamics of gas phase ions studied by FTICR and HPMS Mass Spectrometry Reviews 28 546 585 2009 16 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon Protonation sites and conformations of peptides of Glycine Gly 1 5 H by IRMPD spectroscopy J Phys Chem B 113 8767 8775 2009 15 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon Investigation of Cation π Interaction in Biological Systems J Am Chem Soc Communication 130 38 12554 12555 2008 14 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon Stabilization of Zwitterionic Structures of Amino Acids by Ammonium Ions in the Gas Phase J Am Chem Soc Article 130 10 3065 3078 2008 13 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon Infrared multiple photon dissociation mechanisms of peptides of glycine Gly 1 5 H Chem Euro J 14 26 7765 7770 2008 12 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon An investigation of protonation sites and conformations of protonated amino acids by IRMPD spectroscopy ChemPhysChem 9 2826 2835 2008 11 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon IRMPD spectra of Gly NH 4 and proton bound betaine dimer Evidence for zwitterionic structure J Mass Spectrom 43 1641 1648 2008 10 Ronghu Wu Terry B McMahon Infrared Multiple Photon Disocciation Spectroscopy as Structural Confirmation for GlyGlyGlyH and AlaAlaAlaH in the Gas Phase

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/wu/node/5 (2015-06-03)
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  • Group News | Wu Research Site
    N Sialoglycoproteome in Cancer Cells with Distinctive Invasiveness for the Center For Diagnostics and Therapeutics Seminar Series at Georgia State University December 2014 Ronghu received an Thank you certificate from CETL for his course teaching November 19 2014 Ronghu talked about their research Novel Strategies for Global Analysis of Phosphoproteins and Glycoproteins in Emory CF AIR Workshop November 7 2014 Ronghu presented an invited talk with a title of Emerging Mass Spectrometry Techniques for Global Analysis of Proteins and Their Modifications during Emory Clinical Cardiovascular Research Institute ECCRI meeting Emory University Atlanta GA Oct 18th 2014 Ronghu organized a Symposium of Mass spectrometry and its biomedical applications during SERMACS 2014 in Nashville Tennessee Johanna Haopeng Zhenyu and Weixuan participated in this Symposium and conference Ronghu delivered a talk titled Comprehensive analysis of the N glycoproteome by mass spectrometry Oct 13th 2014 Johanna Weixuan and Ronghu outreached to the Jonesboro High School We presented a talk entitled Chemistry and Us to high school students We had a very pleasant time to talk with high school students and their chemistry teachers Hopefully we will have other activities including a science tour to Georgia Tech to interact with them soon Oct 3rd 2014 Congratulations to Johanna on her paper being accepted for publication in J Am Soc Mass Spectrom June 2014 Johanna Weixuan and Ronghu attended ASMS 2014 in Baltimore Johanna and Weixuan presented their research results and Ronghu chaired a session titled Glycoproteins and glycans new MS approaches June 2014 Welcome Anitza Figueroa REU student from University of Puerto Rico and Usha Mandava G I F T high school chemistry teacher from Jonesboro High School Clayton County GA to join our group for the summer April 2014 Congratulations Johanna She successfully passed her candidacy exam April 2014 Weixuan s paper titled A

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/wu/node/9 (2015-06-03)
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  • Outreach | Wu Research Site
    navigation Georgia Institute of Technology College Link Wu Research Site Chemistry and Biochemistry Wu Research Site Home Group Members Teaching Research Publications Group News Outreach Photo gallery Login Outreach Outreach

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/wu/node/20 (2015-06-03)
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  • Photo gallery | Wu Research Site
    and Biochemistry Wu Research Site Home Group Members Teaching Research Publications Group News Outreach Photo gallery Login Photo gallery Johanna Weixuan and Ronghu in 2014 ASMS Annual Conference in Baltimore June 2014 Group party in Ronghu s house in Decomber

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/wu/node/19 (2015-06-03)
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  • User account | Wu Research Site
    Members Teaching Research Publications Group News Outreach Photo gallery Login User account Log in Request new password You will be redirected to the secure CAS login page Log in using CAS You will be redirected to the secure CAS login

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  • About | Georgia Tech Chemistry & Biochemistry
    and 240 graduate students enrolled Chemistry has a long history at Georgia Tech a bachelor s degree was first offered in 1906 and we were one of the first schools to offer a PhD degree program Our mission encompasses chemical and biochemical education in a broad sense the generation of new knowledge and technology and service to the scientific community and the public at large In 2012 the ongoing research activities of our academic faculty graduate students and PhD researchers were supported by 25 million in external primarily federal funds This work makes use of research laboratories and support services spread among several modern buildings on campus Core Values Mission Programs Facilities Services Employment Opportunities History Community Organizations Finding Us News Archive Events Archive Policies Procedures Georgia Tech Resources Offices Departments News Center Campus Calendar Special Events GreenBuzz Institute Communications Visitor Resources Campus Visits Georgia Tech Hotel Conference Center Georgia Tech Global Learning Center Visitor Parking Information Directions to Campus GTvisitor Wireless Network Information Barnes Noble at Georgia Tech Ferst Center for the Arts Robert C Williams Paper Museum About Core Values Mission Programs Facilities Services Employment Opportunities History Community Organizations Finding Us News Archive Events Archive Policies Procedures Research Areas Summer Research Opportunities Undergraduate Research Centers Facilities Services Conferences Academics Graduate Programs Apply Degree Requirements Assistantships Fellowships Employment Opportunities Courses Graduate Student Life Undergraduate Programs Apply B S Chemistry Program B S Biochemistry Program Freshman Chemistry Program Minors Careers Courses Advising Employment Opportunities Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Internship Travel Scholarships Course Permits Undergraduate Student Life Safety Important Contact Info Emergencies Safety Training Safety Procedures Material Safety Data Sheet Resources Forms Hazardous Gases Program Safety Links People Faculty Staff Directory Advisory Board Faculty Awards Graduate Awards Undergraduate Awards Employment Opportunities Alumni Friends Advisory Board Alumni News Events Giving School of Chemistry Biochemistry 901 Atlantic Drive Atlanta GA 30332 0400 404 894 4002 phone 404 894 7452 fax Home Centers Facilities Directory Advisory Board Log In Emergency Information Legal Privacy Information Accessibility Accountability Accreditation Employment 2015 Georgia Institute of Technology About the School of Chemistry Biochemistry Core Values Mission Programs Facilities Services Employment Opportunities History Community Organizations Finding Us News Archive Events Archive Policies Procedures The home of our school the Molecular Science and Engineering building Our Undergraduate Graduate Programs Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Apply to Our Graduate Programs Degree Programs Degree Requirements Assistantships Fellowships Employment Opportunities Courses Graduate Awards Graduate Student Life Undergraduate Apply to Our Undergraduate Programs B S Chemistry Program B S Biochemistry Program Freshman Chemistry Program Minors Courses Careers Advising Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Projects Undergraduate Internship Travel Scholarships Course Permits Undergraduate Student Life UG Blog Research Opportunities Areas Areas Summer Research Opportunities Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Projects Centers Facilities Services Conferences The school is engaged in cutting edge research across the full breadth or modern chemistry and biochemistry Our activities bridge traditional boundaries between scientific disciplines and involve partnerships across the campus around the country and internationally Research lies as the core of graduate education in

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