Presentations

Conference Abbreviations: ACS, American Chemical Society; ASMBM, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; ASMS, American Society for Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics; IMSC, International Mass Spectrometry Conference; MSACL, Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory; PittCon, Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy

 

[161]    J. Li, E. P. Portero, and P Nemes, Custom-built capillary electrophoresis-electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (CE-ESI-MS) for single-cell metabolomics, HPLC 2018, July 29–Aug. 2, 2018, Washington, DC — poster

[160]    E. P. Portero, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Metabolic profiling of single cells in the Xenopus laevis (frog) embryo using CE-ESI-MS, HPLC 2018, July 29–Aug. 2, 2018, Washington, DC — talk

[159]    V. M. Quach, C. Lombard-Banek, and P. Nemes, Protein quantification in limited amounts of yeast digests using high-resolution mass spectrometry, HPLC 2018, July 29–Aug. 2, 2018, Washington, DC — poster

[158]    C. Lombard-Banek, R. M. Onjiko, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Microprobe CE-ESI-HRMS for in-situ analysis of proteins and metabolites in single embryonic cells, HPLC 2018, July 29–Aug. 2, 2018, Washington, DC — talk

[157]    S. B. Choi, C. Lombard-Banek, P. Munoz-LLancao, M. C. Manzini, P. Nemes, Multidimensional separation and HRMS enhance protein identification from limited neuron populations, HPLC 2018, July 29–Aug. 2, 2018, Washington, DC — talk

[156]    P. Nemes, Recent advances in capillary electrophoresis enabling single-cell mass spectrometry, HPLC 2018, July 29–Aug. 2, 2018, Washington, DC — invited talk (plenary lecture)

[155]    A. Baxi, P. Nemes, Cardiovascular meeting

[154]    P. Nemes, S. B. Choi, C. Lombard-Banek, P. Muñoz-LLancao, M. C. Manzini, and S. A. Moody, Single-cell proteomics for studying early patterning of the embryo and the nervous system using high-resolution mass spectrometry, Single-cell Proteomics: Understand that Cell meeting, Northeastern University, June 8–10, 2018, Boston, MA — invited talk

[153]    Z. Liu, E. P. Portero, Y. Jian, Y. Zhao, R. M. Onjiko, P. Nemes, and C. Zeng, Trace: Machine learning of signal images for trace-sensitive mass spectrometry – A case study from single-cell metabolomics, ASMS, June 3–7, 2018, San Diego, CA — poster

[152]    V. Quach, C. Lombard-Banek, and P. Nemes, Multiplexing quantification of mass-limited yeast digest using capillary electrophoresis ESI-HRMS, ASMS, June 3–7, 2018, San Diego, CA — poster

[151]    E. P. Portero, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Anionic and cationic profiling of metabolites in frog (Xenopus) embryonic cells using CE-ESI-MS, ASMS, June 3–7, 2018, San Diego, CA — poster

[150]    C. Lombard-Banek, R. M. Onjiko, D. O. Plotnick, R. Q. Al Shabeeb, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Single-cell proteomics and metabolomics using microprobe CE-ESI-HRMS: Towards single-cell systems biology, ASMS, June 3–7, 2018, San Diego, CA — poster

[149]    S. B. Choi, C. Lombard-Banek, P. Muñoz-LLancao2, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Detection of limited protein digests from neuron cultures by reversed-phase fractionation with capillary electrophoresis nanoESI MS, ASMS, June 3–7, 2018, San Diego, CA — poster

[148]    A. B. Baxi, C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Proteomic characterization of the embryonic neural ectoderm cells in the Xenopus laevis embryo, ASMS, June 3–7, 2018, San Diego, CA — poster

[147]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics and Metabolomics of Single Cells, Johns Hopkins Medical School (Host: Robert Cole), May 15, 2018, Baltimore, MD — invited talk

[146]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive mass spectrometry uncovers metabolic cell heterogeneity in the early frog embryo, Frontiers at the Chemistry & Biology Interface Symposium (FCBIS), May 5, 2018, Philadelphia, PA — invited talk

[145]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive mass spectrometry for single-cell metabolomics
and proteomics, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, April 25, 2018, Indianapolis, IN — invited talk

[144]    P. Nemes, Mass spec that single cell in the frog embryo, Cell and Developmental Biology of Xenopus, April 13, 2017, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY — invited talk

[143]    A. Vertes, A. B. Arul, A. R. Korte, H. Li, P. Avar, P. Nemes, L. Parvin, S. Stopka, S. Hwang, Z. J. Sahab, D. I. Bunin, M. Knapp, A. Poggio, C. L. Talcott, B. M. Davis, C. A. Morton, C. J. Sevinsky, M. I. Zavodszky, Novel high-throughput metabolomic techniques and mainstream tools for the discovery of drug mechanism of action, US HUPO, March 11–14, 2018, Minneapolis, MN — talk

[142]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive mass spectrometry enables metabolomics and proteomics of single cells in the cleavage-stage embryo (frog and zebrafish) and the central nervous system (mouse), Feb. 23, 2018, Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics, University of Maryland, College Park, MD — invited talk

2017

[141]    P. Nemes, Mass spectrometry for proteomics and metabolomics of the developing embryo, University of Maryland (College Park, MD)–Lund University (Lund, Sweden) Workshop, Dec. 7, 2017, University of Maryland, College Park, MD — talk

[140]    C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Mass spectrometry proteomics of neural-tissue fated cells in the vertebrate Xenopus laevis embryo, SfN Meeting, Nov. 11–15, 2017, Washington, DC — poster

[139]    S. B. Choi, C. Lombard-Banek, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Bottom-up proteomics of limited neuron populations by microanalytical mass spectrometry, SfN Meeting, Nov. 11–15, 2017, Washington, DC — poster

[138]    P. Nemes, Single-cell mass spectrometry reveals proteomic and metabolomic cell heterogeneity in the early developing vertebrate (Xenopus laevis) embryo, New York University, Nov. 2, 2017, New York City, NY — invited talk

[137]    P. Nemes, Discovery of metabolites in cells of the developing frog embryo by mass spectrometry, Millersville University, Oct. 23, 2017, Millersville, PA — invited talk

[136]    E. P. Portero, P. Nemes, Cell-by-cell metabolic analysis of the Xenopus laevis embryo, SciX, Oct. 8–13, 2017, Reno, NV — invited talk

[135]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive mass spectrometry uncovers proteomic–metabolomic differences between single cells, DuPont Company, Oct. 6, 2017, Wilmington, DE — invited talk

[134]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive mass spectrometry for the developing embryo one cell at a time, Michigan State University, Sept. 15, 2017, East Lansing, MI — invited talk

[133]    A. Baxi, C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Temporal proteomic profiling of frog (Xenopus) embryonic development by nanoLC-MS, ACS Fall Meeting, August 20–24, 2017, Washington, DC — talk

[132]    R. M. Onjiko, E. P. Portero, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Microprobe-CE-MS for in situ tracking of metabolome evolution in single-cells of the developing frog embryo, ACS Fall Meeting, August 20–24, 2017, Washington, DC — talk

[131]    Sam B. Choi, M. Zamarbide, M. Chiara Manzini, and P. Nemes, Bottom-up proteomics for small neuron populations by ultrasensitive mass spectrometry, ACS Fall Meeting, August 20–24, 2017, Washington, DC — talk

[130]    E. P. Portero, R. M. Onjiko, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Single-cell metabolomics for tracking cell differentiation in the live embryo, ACS Fall Meeting, August 20–24, 2017, Washington, DC — talk

[129]    C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, In-situ single-cell proteomics in the frog embryo by bottom-up mass spectrometry, ACS Fall Meeting, August 20–24, 2017, Washington, DC — invited talk

[128]    P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, and C. Lombard-Banek, Capillary electrophoresis for trace-level detection: Metabolites and proteins, ACS Division of Chemical Toxicology, Aug. 20–24, 2017, Washington, DC — invited talk

[127]    P. Nemes, 5th Annual NIH Metabolomics Workshop, University of Alabama, July 16–19, 2017, Birmingham, AL — invited plenary talk

[126]    S. B. Choi, M. Zamarbide, M. Chiara Manzini, and P. Nemes, Discovery bottom-up proteomic characterization for limited populations of neurons by ultrasensitive CE-nanoESI-MS, ASMS, June 4–8, 2017, Indianapolis, IN — talk

[125]    C. Lombard-Banek, A. Baxi, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Microsampling for proteomic characterization of increasingly smaller cells in the vertebrate (frog) embryo, ASMS, June 4–8, 2017, Indianapolis, IN — talk

[124]    R. M. Onjiko, E. P. Portero, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Microprobe single‐cell CE‐ESI‐MS captures metabolic changes in the developing frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo, ASMS, June 4–8, 2017, Indianapolis, IN — talk

[123]    Aparna B. Baxi, C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, High pH fractionation for enhancing the proteome coverage in tissues dissected from the early frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo, ASMS, June 4–8, 2017, Indianapolis, IN — poster

[122]    E. P. Portero, R. M. Onjiko, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Discovery single-cell mass spectrometry profiles metabolic gradients in the 16-cell vertebrate (frog) embryo, ASMS, June 4–8, 2017, Indianapolis, IN — poster

[121]    D. Plotnick, R. M. Onjiko, and P. Nemes, Single-cell profiling of dorsal-ventral metabolomic differences in the vertebrate (frog) embryo, ASMS, June 4–8, 2017, Indianapolis, IN — poster

[120]    R. Al Shabeeb, S. B. Choi, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Developing MS-based tools for ultrasensitive proteomic characterization of mouse hippocampal neurons, Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 20, 2017, Washington, DC

[119]    P. Nemes, Single-cell mass spectrometry for uncovering proteomic–metabolomic cell heterogeneity during early vertebrate embryogenesis, Seminar Series, Northwestern University, April 18, 2017, Chicago, IL — invited talk

[118]    P. Nemes, Mass spectrometry for cell/developmental biology of Xenopus, Cell and Developmental Biology of Xenopus, April 7, 2017, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY — invited talk

[117]    S. B. Choi, E. J. Corcoran, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive microanalytical CE-nanoESI-MS for bottom-up proteomic characterization of mouse hippocampal neurons, US HUPO, March 19–22, 2017, San Diego, CA — poster

[116]    P. Nemes, C. Lombard-Banek, A. Baxi, S. A. Moody, In situ microsampling single-cell capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry uncovers proteomic cell heterogeneity in the live frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo, US HUPO, March 19–22, 2017, San Diego, CA — talk

[115]    A. Vertes, A. R. Korte, S. Hwang, P. Nemes, Z. J. Sahab et al., Identification of the mechanisms of action of toxins in less than 30 days, Society of Toxicology, March 12–16, 2017, Baltimore, MD — talk

[114]    C. Lombard-Banek, R. Q. Al-Shabeeb, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Development of a capillary microsampling workflow for mass spectrometry analysis of single embryonic cells from frogs and zebrafish, PittCon, 2017, March 5–9, 2017, Chicago, IL — talk

[113]    R. M. Onjiko, E. P. Portero, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Discovery metabolomic investigation of cell clones in the developing vertebrate (frog) embryo, PittCon, 2017, March 5–9, 2017, Chicago, IL — talk

[112]    E. P. Portero, R. M. Onjiko, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Capillary microsampling CE-ESI-MS enables analysis of metabolites in single embryonic cells in the developing frog (Xenopus) embryo, PittCon, 2017, March 5–9, 2017, Chicago, IL — talk

[111]    P. Nemes, A mass spectrometry leap to early vertebrate embryonic development, Seminar Series, February 16, 2017, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA — invited talk

[110]    P. Nemes, Capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for understanding early vertebrate embryonic development one cell at a time, February 15, 2017, Washington-Baltimore Chromatography Discussion Group, United States Pharmacopeia, Rockville, MD — invited talk

[109]    P. Nemes, R. Onjiko, E. Portero, C. Lombard-Banek, S. Choi, C. M. Manzini, and S. A. Moody, Uncovering gene translation in rare cell populations in the developing embryo and the nervous system by new-generation mass spectrometry, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, February 11, 2017, Baltimore, MD — invited talk

[108]    S. B. Choi, E. J. Corcoran, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive CE-nanoESI-MS for small populations of neurons in the mouse cortex, ASMS Sanibel Conference January 19–22, 2017, Clearwater Beach, FL — poster

[107]    P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, C. Lombard–Banek, S. A. Moody, Trace-level metabolite-peptide-protein detection in single cells using high-resolution mass spectrometry, ASMS Sanibel Conference, January 19–22, 2017, Clearwater Beach, FL — invited talk

2016

[106]    P. Nemes, Ultrasensitive mass spectrometry uncovers proteomic and metabolomic regulation of cell fates in the developing Xenopus (frog) embryo, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series, University of Maryland—College Park, Dec. 5, 2016, College Park, MD — invited talk

[105]    P. Nemes, S. B. Choi, M. Zamarbide, and M. C. Manzini, Discovery proteomics for small neuron populations using mass spectrometry: toward single-cell proteomics, Society for Neuroscience, Nov. 12–16, 2016, San Diego, CA — poster

[104]    R. M. Onjiko, E. P. Portero, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Microaspiration CE-ESI-MS for in situ tracking of metabolism in single embryonic cells of the Xenopus (frog) embryo, NOBBChE, Nov. 8–11, 2016, Raleigh, NC — poster

[103]    R. Al Shabeeb, S. Choi, M. Zamarbine, C. M. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Applications of highly sensitive mass spectrometry-based analytical tools for proteomic analysis in single cell neurons, UMBC, October 22, 2016, College Park, MD — poster

[102]    D. O. Plotnick, R. M. Onjiko, and P. Nemes, Second-generation metabolite sampling by microaspiration, Undergraduate Research Symposium, UMBC, October 22, 2016, College Park, MD — poster

[101]    P. Nemes, High-sensitivity mass spectrometry for limited samples: Small cell populations and single cells, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series, Miami University, Oct. 20, 2016, Miami University, Oxford, OH — invited talk

[100]    P. Nemes*, Single-cell mass spectrometry for uncovering metabolic-proteomic processes in the early developing frog embryo, University of Notre Dame: Department of Chemistry and the Harper Cancer Research Institute, Oct. 10, 2016, Notre Dame, IN — invited talk

[99]      C. Lombard, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Cell-by-cell analysis of protein expression in the frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo by CE-µESI-HRMS, FACSS-SciX, Sept. 18–23, 2016, Minneapolis, MN — talk

[98]      P. Nemes, E. P. Portero, R. M. Onjiko, and S. A. Moody, Metabolomic tracking of cell differentiation in the cleavage-stage Xenopus embryo, FACSS-SciX, Sept. 18–23, 2016, Minneapolis, MN — invited talk

[97]      P. Nemes and S. A. Moody, High-resolution mass spectrometry for uncovering molecular cell heterogeneity in the frog (Xenopus) embryo, 16th International Xenopus Conference, August 8–September 1, 2016, Crete, Greece — invited talk

[96]      P. Nemes, Transforming mass spectrometry to single embryonic cells, ACS National Meeting, August 21–25, 2016, Philadelphia, PA — talk, receiving the Arthur Findeis Award by ACS

[95]      P. Nemes, Cell-by-cell profiling of metabolic activity in the developing embryo, ACS National Meeting, August 21–25, 2016, Philadelphia, PA — invited talk

[94]      S. Choi, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Microanalytical CE-nanoESI-MS for untargeted proteomic characterization of small neuron populations, IMSC Conference, August 20–26, 2016, Toronto, CA — poster

[93]      A. Vertes, A. R. Korte, C. Lombard-Banek, P. Nemes, et al. Rapid identification of mechanisms of action through systems biology, IMSC, August 20–26, 2016, Toronto, CA — talk

[92]      P. Nemes, Mass spectrometry for uncovering proteins and metabolites in
single embryonic cells, Chicago Mass Spectrometry Day, University of Illinois at Chicago, July 22–23, Chicago, IL — invited talk

[91]      S. Choi, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, CE-nanoESI-MS for untargeted proteomic characterization of single embryonic cells and small neuron populations, ASMS, June 5–9, 2016, San Antonio, TX — Poster

[90]      E. J. Corcoran, M. Zamarbide, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Profiling protein expression in limited amount of mouse cortex using CE-ESI-HRMS, ASMS, June 5–9, 2016, San Antonio, TX — Poster

[89]      C. Lombard-Banek, S. Reddy, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Multiplexing quantification of proteins by single-cell CE-µESI-HRMS finds translational cell heterogeneity in the 16-cell frog (Xenopus) embryo, ASMS, June 5–9, 2016, San Antonio, TX — Poster

[88]      R. M. Onjiko, S. E. Morris, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Untargeted profiling with single-cell MS uncovers small-molecule cell heterogeneity along the left-right body axis in the frog embryo, ASMS, June 5–9, 2016, San Antonio, TX — talk

[87]      E. P. Portero, R. M. Onjiko, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, In vivo analysis of metabolites in single embryonic cells in the developing frog (Xenopus) embryo using microcapillary-sampling CE-ESI-MS, ASMS, June 5–9, 2016, San Antonio, TX — Poster

[86]      P. Nemes, A mass spectrometric leap to Xenopus cell and developmental biology: Uncovering proteomic–metabolomic cell heterogeneity during early embryonic development, Eugene Bell Center Seminar Series, May 23, 2016, Woods Hole, MA — invited talk

[85]      P. Nemes, Uncovering molecular cell heterogeneity in the cleavage-stage vertebrate embryo using single-cell mass spectrometry, Washington-Baltimore Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, May 9, 2016, Columbia, MD — invited talk

[84]      M. A. Dresaj, C. Lombard-Banek, and P. Nemes, Enhanced proteomics: advancing capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for trace-level proteins, Georgetown Research Days, April 14, 2016, Washington, DC — Poster

[83]      P. Nemes, Single-cell mass spectrometry for cell and developmental biology of Xenopus, Cold Spring Harbor Course: Cell and Developmental Biology of Xenopus, April 10, 2016, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, NY — talk

[82]      A. Vertes, A. R Korte, C. Lombard-Banek, P. Nemes, L. Parvin, Z. J Sahab, B. Shrestha, S. A Stopka, W. Yuan, D. I. Bunin, M. Knapp, I. Mason, D. M Nishita, A. Poggio, C. L Talcott, M. Yadav, B. M Davis, A. I Larriera, C. A Morton, C. J. Sevinsky, M. I Zavodszky, N. J. Morris, H. R. Anderson, M. J. Powell, T. T. Razunguzwa, Mechanism of action identified in 30 Days: a systems biology approach, ASBMB, April 13, 2016, San Diego, CA — talk

[81]      C. Lombard-Banek, S. Reddy, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Quantitative, untargeted proteomics for single embryonic cells in the 16-cell Xenopus embryo, NIH Annual Single-cell Analysis Investigators Meeting, Mar. 2–3, 2016, Bethesda, MD — poster

[80]      P Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, E. Portero, and S. A. Moody, Second-generation single-cell mass spectrometry finds metabolic cell heterogeneity along the left-right body axis in the developing frog (Xenopus) embryo, NIH Annual Single-cell Analysis Investigators Meeting, Mar. 2–3, 2016, Bethesda, MD — talk and poster

[79]      P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, E. Portero, and S. A. Moody, Cell-by-cell measurement of metabolic activity in the early developing embryo, MSACL, Feb. 21–25, 2016, Palm Springs, CA — invited talk

[78]      C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Quantifying translational differences between single blastomeres in the 16-cell Xenopus embryo by mass spectrometry, MSACL, Feb. 21–25, 2016, Palm Springs, CA — poster

[77]      P. Nemes, Microanalytical Mass spectrometry for finding chemical differences between single cells in the frog (Xenopus) embryo, Howard University Seminar Series, February 5, 2016, Washington, DC — invited talk

2015

[76]      A. Vertes, A. R. Korte, C. Lombard-Banek, P. Nemes, et al., Mechanism of action identified in 30 Days: a systems biology approach, ASBMB, April 2–6, 2016, San Diego, CA

[75]      P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, C. Lombard-Banek, and S. A. Moody, Single-cell mass spectrometry uncovers proteomic and metabolic cell heterogeneity in the 16-cell embryo, OMICS 2015, October 26–30, 2015, Varadero, Cuba — invited talk

[74]      P. Nemes, Single-cell mass spectrometry for cell and developmental biology, Delaware Valley Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group, October 12, 2015, Villanova University, Villanova, PA — invited talk

[73]      C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Single-cell mass spectrometry reveals proteomic heterogeneity in the 16-cell Xenopus embryo, Clinical & Pharmaceutical Solutions through Analysis (CPSA), October 5—8, 2015, Langhorne, PA — poster

[72]      P. Nemes, A bioanalytical leap to the developing frog embryo, Trinity College, October 2, 2015, Hartford, CT — invited talk

[71]      P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, and S. A. Moody, Single-cell mass spectrometry tells of asymmetry in the body plan of the early developing embryo, 2015 Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Society (FACSS): The Great Science Exchange (SciX), September 27–October 2, 2015, Providence, RI — invited talk

[70]      P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, C. Lombard, and S. A. Moody, Single-cell mass spectrometry, a new tool for Xenopus cell and developmental biology, 2015 Xenopus PI Meeting, September 28–October 1, 2015, Woods Hole, MA — invited talk

[69]      S. Choi and P. Nemes, High-sensitivity capillary electrophoresis nanoelectrospray ionization mass spectrometry using tapered-tip emitters: Toward single-cell proteomics, 2015 Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Society (FACSS): the Great Science Exchange (SciX), September 27–October 2, 2015, Providence, RI — poster

[68]      Z. J. Sahab, C. Lombard-Banek, L. Parvin, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Early detection of the mechanism of action for toxins by high-throughput proteomics, GW Annual Departmental Retreat, September 26, 2015, Washington, DC  — poster

[67]      C. Lombard, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Advancing untargeted proteomics to single cells in the 16-cell Xenopus embryo using µCE-ESI-MS/MS, GW Annual Departmental Retreat, Sept. 26, 2015, Washington, DC  — poster

[66]      S. Choi and P. Nemes, High-sensitivity CE-nESI-MS using tapered-tip emitters: Towards single-cell proteomics, GW Annual Departmental Retreat, Sept. 26, 2015, Washington, DC — poster

[65]      C. Lombard-Banek, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, CE-ESI-MS for shotgun proteomics on single embryonic cells: Finding translational cell heterogeneity in the 16-cell Xenopus laevis embryo, Washington Chromatography Discussion Group, North Bethesda, MD, Sept. 17, 2015 — poster

[64]      C. Lombard, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Development of a µCE-MS/MS platform for comprehensive single-cell proteomics: Identification and relative quantitation of proteins from Xenopus embryonic cells, 35th ISPPP Symposium on Separation and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules, Philadelphia, PA, July 29–31, 2015 — talk

[63]      R. M. Onjiko, S. Morris, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Single-cell CE-MS combined with ventralization studies reveal blastomere-specific metabolic composition in the 16-cell Xenopus embryo, 35th ISPPP Symposium on Separation and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules, Philadelphia, PA, July 29–31, 2015 — talk

[62]      S. Choi, R. M. Onjiko, S. Yadav, I. Eleftherianos, and P. Nemes, Uncovering metabolic changes in single Drosophila melanogaster infected by nematode parasites using capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry, 63rd ASMS, May 31–June 4, 2015, St. Louis, MO — poster

[61]      C. Lombard, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Advancing untargeted proteomics to single cells for the 16-cell Xenopus embryo using µCE-ESI-MS/MS, 63rd ASMS, May 31–June 4, 2015, St. Louis, MO — poster

[60]      R. M. Onjiko, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Single-cell mass spectrometry reveals cell heterogeneity in the 16-cell frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo, 63rd ASMS, May 31–June 4, 2015, St. Louis, MO — poster

[59]      S. Morris, R. M. Onjiko, and P. Nemes, Development of capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for the metabolic investigation of single embryonic cells of Xenopus laevis, 63rd ASMS, May 31–June 4, 2015, St. Louis, MO — poster

[58]      Z. Sahab, C. Lombard, L. Parvin, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Early detection of the mechanism of action for toxins by high-throughput proteomics, 63rd ASMS, May 31–June 4, 2015, St. Louis, MO — poster

[57]      P. Nemes, C. Lombard, R. M. Onjiko, and S. A. Moody, Uncovering molecular cell heterogeneity in the 16-cell embryo, The National Institutes of Health (NIH), Proteomic Interest Group Fellows Forum Series, May 7, 2015, Bethesda, MD — invited talk

[56]      P. Nemes, R. M. Onjiko, and S. A. Moody, Single-cell microsampling mass spectrometry for elucidating cell heterogeneity in the developing embryo, The National Institutes of Health, Single-cell Analysis Program, Bethesda, MD, April 20–21, 2015 — talk

[55]      P. Nemes, High-resolution tandem mass spectrometry for advancing health: From mechanism-of-action studies to single cells, Mass Spectrometry Seminar (Thermo), National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, March 25, 2015 — invited talk

[54]      Sam Choi, R. M. Onjiko, I. Eleftherianos, and P. Nemes, Uncovering metabolic changes in single Drosophila melanogaster infected by nematode parasites using capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry, The George Washington University Research Days 2015, March 31, Washington, DC — poster

[53]      C. Lombard, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Towards comprehensive and untargeted proteomics on single cells for the 16-cell Xenopus embryo using μCE-ESI-MS/MS, The George Washington University Research Days 2015, March 31, Washington, DC — poster

[52]      R. M. Onjiko, S. Morris, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for differentiating single cells in the frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo, The George Washington University Research Days 2015, March 31, Washington, DC — poster

[51]      S. Morris, R. M. Onjiko, and P. Nemes, Development of capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for the metabolic investigation of single embryonic cells of Xenopus laevis, The George Washington University Research Days 2015, March 31, Washington, DC — poster

[50]      Z. Sahab, C. Lombard, L. Parvin, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, High-throughput proteomics as a critical tool to rapidly discover the mechanism of action for toxic compounds, US HUPO, March 15–18, 2015, Tempe, AZ — talk

[49]      R. M. Onjiko, S. Morris, S. A. Moody, and P. Nemes, Capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for differentiating single cells in the frog (Xenopus laevis) embryo, PittCon, March 8–12, 2015, New Orleans, LA — poster

[48]      C. Lombard and P. Nemes, Towards comprehensive proteomics on single embryonic cells by mass spectrometry, The National Institutes of Health (NIH), Proteomic Interest Group Fellows Forum Series, February 12, 2015, Bethesda, MD — invited talk

2014

[47]      S. Morris, R. M. Onjiko, and P. Nemes, Single-cell metabolic investigation of Xenopus embryos by mass spectrometry, 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Sciences, Oct. 25, 214, University of Maryland–Baltimore County, College Park, MD — poster

[46]      P. Nemes, Metabolic analysis of single cells in embryos by mass spectrometry, The Washington Chromatography Discussion Group, Oct. 15, 2014, Rockville, MD — invited talk

[45]      P. Nemes, Single-cell metabolomics and proteomics: Toward complementing single-cell genomics for cancer research, Next-generation Detection Summit, August 19–22, 2014, Washington, DC — invited talk

[44]      C. Lombard, R. M. Onjiko, M. C. Manzini, and P. Nemes, Shotgun proteomics on volume-limited neuron cultures by CE and LC MS, 32nd ASMS, June 15–19, 2014, Baltimore, MD — poster

[43]      R. M. Onjiko and P. Nemes, Extension of an in-house CE-ESI system to an ion trap mass spectrometer, 32nd ASMS, June 15–19, 2014, Baltimore, MD — poster

[42]      P. Nemes, J. T. Aerts, R. M. Onjiko, S. S. Rubakhin, J. V. Sweedler, Single-cell metabolomics and proteomics by capillary electrophoresis ESI MS, 32nd ASMS, June 15–19, 2014, Baltimore, MD — poster

[41]      H. Li and P. Nemes, Screening of adulterated heparin by simplified peroxide digestion and RPIP-LC-MS, ASMS, June 15–19, 2014, Baltimore, MD — poster

[40]      P. Nemes, S. S. Rubakhin, and J. V. Sweedler, Assessment of Neuron Heterogeneity in the Brain by Single-Cell Mass Spectrometry, NIH Common Fund 2nd Annual Single Cell Analysis Investigators Meeting, April 21–22, 2014, Rockville, MD — poster

[39]      S. Morris, J. W. Choi, R. M. Onjiko, and P. Nemes, Metabolic investigation of volume-limited specimens by capillary electrophoresis electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, 2014 Research Days, The George Washington University, April 1–2, 2014, Washington, DC — poster

2013

[38]      R. M. Onjiko, C. Lombard, and P. Nemes, Toward characterizing O-glycosylation of α-dystroglycan in congenital muscular dystrophy, Fall Retreat Meeting, Department of Chemistry, The George Washington University, October 4–6, 2013, Green Bay, VA — poster

[37]      P. Nemes, Laser Desorption, LAESI Instrumentation and Imaging Applications, ASMS, Fall Workshop, November 7–8, 2013, Chicago, IL — invited talk

[36]      P. Nemes, W. J. Hoover, and D. A. Keire, Pyrolysis for rapid screening of contaminated heparin by DART mass spectrometry, 31st ASMS, June 9–13, 2013, Minneapolis, MN — poster

[35]      P. Nemes, W. J. Hoover, and D. A. Keire, High-throughput differentiation of heparin from other glycosaminoglycans by pyrolysis mass spectrometry, FDA 2013 MCMi Regulatory Science Symposium, May 29–31, 2013, Silver Spring, MD — poster

[34]      P. Nemes, Rapid screening of contaminated heparin by DART mass spectrometry, FDA–Medical Countermeasure Initiative, January 14, 2013, Silver Spring, MD — invited talk

2012

[33]      P. Nemes, Metabolic differentiation of single neurons and rapid screening of medical device materials by mass spectrometry, August 17, 2012, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL ­— invited talk

[32]      W. J. Hoover and Peter Nemes, Rapid analysis of glycosaminoglycans in medical device materials by DART mass spectrometry, OSEL Annual Science Poster Exhibit, Silver Spring, MD, August 1, 2012 — poster

[31]      P. Nemes, Advancing mass spectrometry forward: Single-neuron analysis and two/three-dimensional ambient tissue imaging, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, June 18, 2012, Budapest, Hungary — invited talk

[30]      P. Nemes, Small-volume sample analysis by mass spectrometry: From single cells to high-throughput product screening, Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), May 31June 2, 2012, Baltimore, MD — invited talk

[29]      P. Nemes and Dinesh Patwardhan, Rapid chemical characterization of glycosaminoglycans in medical device materials by ambient mass spectrometry, 60th ASMS, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 2024, 2012 — poster

[28]      E. J. Lanni, P. Nemes, T-H. Ong, and J. V. Sweedler, A MALDI/C60 SIMS dual ion source Q-TOF mass spectrometer for chemical imaging: Design and system characterization, 60th ASMS, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 2024, 2012 — poster

[27]      P. Nemes, Metabolomic differentiation of innate and cultured neurons by single-cell mass spectrometry, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, February 16, 2012 — invited talk

2011

[26]      J. T. Aerts, P. Nemes, A. M. Knolhoff, S. S. Rubakhin, and J. V. Sweedler, Capillary electrophoresis electrospray-mass spectrometry for single-neuron metabolomic profiling, Asimolar Conference on Metabolomics, Pacific Grove, CA, September 30October 4, 2011 — talk

2010

[25]      P. Nemes, A. M. Knolhoff, S. R. Rubakhin, and J. V. Sweedler, Single-cell metabolomics profiling of the Aplysia californica nervous system by capillary electrophoresis electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, 58th American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics (ASMS), Salt Lake City, UT, May 2327, 2010 — poster

[24]      A. M. Knolhoff, P. Nemes, and J. V. Sweedler, Investigation of metabolites, signaling molecules, peptides, and proteins in mammalian cells using capillary electrophoresis electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, 58th ASMS, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2327, 2010 — poster

[23]      H. Huang, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, internal energies of ions in laser ablation electrospray ionization, 58th ASMS, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2327, 2010 — poster

[22]      J. A. Day, B. Shrestha, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Metabolic profiling of corn (Zea mays) roots by mid-IR laser ablation electrospray ionization MS, 58th ASMS, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2327, 2010 — poster

[21]      A. M. Knolhoff, P. Nemes, and J. V. Sweedler, Capillary electrophoresis electrospray ionization mass spectrometry for brain metabolomics, 61st Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Orlando, FL, February 28March 5, 2010 — poster

2009

[20]      B. Shrestha, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Laser ablation and analysis of a single cell, 10th International Conference on Laser Ablation, Singapore, November 2227, 2009 — poster

[19]      P. Nemes, A. Svatos, and A. Vertes, Ambient mass spectrometric imaging of metabolites in Mus musculus brain and Arabidopsis thaliana leaf by mid-infrared laser ablation electrospray ionization, 57thASMS, Philadelphia, PA, May 30June 4, 2009 — talk

[18]      J. Lusic, J. Jones, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Regime changes in nanoelectrospray ionization sources, 57th ASMS, Philadelphia, PA, May 30June 4, 2009 — poster

[17]      J. A. Day, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Mass spectrometric analysis of metabolites in corn (Zea mays) root by mid-infrared laser ablation electrospray ionization at atmospheric pressure, 57th ASMS, Philadelphia, PA, May 30June 4, 2009 — poster

[16]      P. Nemes, B. Shrestha, and A. Vertes, Mid-infrared laser ablation electrospray ionization (LAESI) for spatial imaging of tissue metabolites with mass spectrometry, 12th International Workshop on Desorption Induced by Electronic Transitions, Pine Mountain, GA, April 1923, 2009 — talk

[15]      A. Vertes, P. Nemes, and B. Shrestha, Direct tissue and single cell metabolomics by LAESI mass spectrometry, 60th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Chicago, IL, March 813, 2009 — talk

[14]      A. Vertes, A. A. Barton, and P. Nemes, Three-dimensional biomolecular imaging of live tissue under ambient conditions by laser ablation electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (LAESI), 60th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Chicago, IL, March 813, 2009 — talk

[13]      A. Vertes, P. Nemes, and P. Sripadi, The LAESI approach to ambient mass spectrometry, 60th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Chicago, IL, March 813, 2009 — talk

2008

[12]      P. Nemes, A. A. Barton, and A. Vertes, Laser ablation electrospray ionization (LAESI): Mechanism and applications for two- and three-dimensional imaging, Desorption meeting, Kenora, Ontario, Canada, June 812, 2008 — talk

[11]      P. Nemes, Y. Li, A. A. Barton, and A. Vertes, Two- and three-dimensional molecular imaging of live tissues by infrared laser ablation electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, 56th ASMS, Denver, CO, June 15, 2008 — talk

[10]      A. Vertes, G. A. Schultz, J. D. Henion, J. Lusic, and P. Nemes, Characterization of spraying modes from microfabricated nozzles on a nanoelectrospray chip, 56th ASMS, Denver, CO, June 15, 2008 — poster

[9]        P. Nemes, A. A. Barton, Y. Li, and A. Vertes, Laser ablation electrospray ionization: a molecular probe for biological tissues, March meeting of the American Physical Society, New Orleans, LA, March 1014, 2008 — talk

2007

[8]        P. Nemes, S. Goyal, A. Vertes, Conformational and non-covalent complexation changes of electrosprayed proteins induced by transitions between spraying modes, 55th ASMS, Indianapolis, IN, June 3June 7, 2007 — talk

[7]        P. Nemes, I. Marginean, S. Goyal, and A. Vertes, Regime-dependent ion production in electrosprays: the drop, the whip, and the jet, 25th Informal Meeting on Mass Spectrometry, Nyiregyhaza-Sosto, Hungary, May 610, 2007 — talk

2006

[6]        P. Nemes, I. Marginean, and A. Vertes, Ion chemistry and conformation change with spraying modes in electrosprays, 33rd Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Lake Buena Vista, FL, September 2428, 2006 — talk

[5]        P. Nemes, I. Marginean, and A. Vertes, Correlation between spraying modes and ion chemistry in electrosprays, 54th ASMS, Seattle, WA, May 28June 1, 2006 — talk

>> This talk was presented in honor of Nobel laureate Dr. John B. Fenn and directly preceded Dr. Fenn’s presentation.

[4]        I. Marginean, P. Nemes, A. Vertes, Chaotic transitions between electrospray regimes, 54th ASMS, Seattle, WA, May 28June 1, 2006 — poster

2005

[3]        I. Marginean, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Mode changes in electrosprays: needle geometry and wettability effects, 32nd Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Québec City, Canada, October 913, 2005 — poster

[2]        I. Marginean, P. Nemes, and A. Vertes, Chaos–order transitions of pulsating Taylor cones in electrosprays, 230th National meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington DC, August 28September 1, 2005 — talk

2004

[1]        P. Nemes, G. Schlosser, and K. Vekey, Amino acid cluster formation studied by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, 22nd Informal Meeting on Mass Spectrometry, Tokaj, Hungary, May 26, 2004 — poster