Timothy Cleland
Timothy Cleland
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A role for iron and oxygen chemistry in preserving soft tissues, cells and molecules from deep time
MH Schweitzer, W Zheng, TP Cleland, MB Goodwin, E Boatman, E Theil, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1775), 20132741, 2014
792014
Molecular analyses of dinosaur osteocytes supports the presence of endogenous molecules
MH Schweitzer, W Zheng, TP Cleland, M Bern
Bone, 2013
782013
High-throughput analysis of intact human proteins using UVPD and HCD on an orbitrap mass spectrometer
TP Cleland, CJ DeHart, RT Fellers, AJ VanNispen, JB Greer, RD LeDuc, ...
Journal of proteome research 16 (5), 2072-2079, 2017
472017
Expansion for the Brachylophosaurus canadensis Collagen I Sequence and Additional Evidence of the Preservation of Cretaceous Protein
ER Schroeter, CJ DeHart, TP Cleland, W Zheng, PM Thomas, NL Kelleher, ...
Journal of proteome research 16 (2), 920-932, 2017
412017
Mass Spectrometry and Antibody-Based Characterization of Blood Vessels from Brachylophosaurus canadensis
TP Cleland, ER Schroeter, L Zamdborg, W Zheng, JE Lee, JC Tran, ...
Journal of proteome research 14 (12), 5252-5262, 2015
412015
Empirical evaluation of bone extraction protocols
TP Cleland, K Voegele, MH Schweitzer
PloS one 7 (2), 2012
412012
Biologically and diagenetically derived peptide modifications in moa collagens
TP Cleland, ER Schroeter, MH Schweitzer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1808), 20150015, 2015
342015
Glutamine deamidation: an indicator of antiquity, or preservational quality?
ER Schroeter, TP Cleland
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 30 (2), 251-255, 2016
282016
Peptide sequences from the first Castoroides ohioensis skull and the utility of old museum collections for palaeoproteomics
TP Cleland, ER Schroeter, RS Feranec, D Vashishth
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1832), 20160593, 2016
252016
Bone protein extraction without demineralization using principles from hydroxyapatite chromatography
TP Cleland, D Vashishth
Analytical biochemistry 472, 62-66, 2015
232015
Histological, chemical, and morphological reexamination of the “heart” of a small Late Cretaceous Thescelosaurus
TP Cleland, MK Stoskopf, MH Schweitzer
Naturwissenschaften 98 (3), 203-211, 2011
202011
Exploring the effects of phylogenetic uncertainty and consensus trees on stratigraphic consistency scores: a new program and a standardized method
CA Boyd, TP Cleland, NL Marrero, JA Clarke
Cladistics 27 (1), 52-60, 2011
182011
Identification and characterization of glycation adducts on osteocalcin
CJ Thomas, TP Cleland, S Zhang, CM Gundberg, D Vashishth
Analytical biochemistry 525, 46-53, 2017
172017
A comparison of common mass spectrometry approaches for paleoproteomics
TP Cleland, ER Schroeter
Journal of proteome research 17 (3), 936-945, 2018
142018
Osteogenesis, homology, and function of the intercostal plates in ornithischian dinosaurs (Tetrapoda, Sauropsida)
CA Boyd, TP Cleland, F Novas
Zoomorphology 130 (4), 305-313, 2011
142011
Solid digestion of demineralized bone as a method to access potentially insoluble proteins and post-translational modifications
TP Cleland
Journal of proteome research 17 (1), 536-542, 2018
112018
Human bone paleoproteomics utilizing the single-pot, solid-phase-enhanced sample preparation method to maximize detected proteins and reduce humics
TP Cleland
Journal of proteome research 17 (11), 3976-3983, 2018
52018
Accumulation of carboxymethyl-lysine (CML) in human cortical bone
CJ Thomas, TP Cleland, GE Sroga, D Vashishth
Bone 110, 128-133, 2018
52018
Characterization of membrane metal threads by proteomics and analysis of a 14th c. thread from an Italian textile
AK Popowich, TP Cleland, C Solazzo
Journal of Cultural Heritage 33, 10-17, 2018
42018
Influence of carboxylation on osteocalcin detection by mass spectrometry
TP Cleland, CJ Thomas, CM Gundberg, D Vashishth
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 30 (19), 2109-2115, 2016
42016
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