Christoph B. Messner
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Ultra-high-throughput clinical proteomics reveals classifiers of COVID-19 infection
CB Messner, V Demichev, D Wendisch, L Michalick, M White, A Freiwald, ...
Cell systems 11 (1), 11-24. e4, 2020
DIA-NN: neural networks and interference correction enable deep proteome coverage in high throughput
V Demichev, CB Messner, SI Vernardis, KS Lilley, M Ralser
Nature methods 17 (1), 41-44, 2020
Machine learning predicts the yeast metabolome from the quantitative proteome of kinase knockouts
A Zelezniak, J Vowinckel, F Capuano, CB Messner, V Demichev, ...
Cell systems 7 (3), 269-283. e6, 2018
A new type of metal chelate affinity chromatography using trivalent lanthanide ions for phosphopeptide enrichment
MR Mirza, M Rainer, CB Messner, Y Güzel, D Schemeth, T Stasyk, ...
Analyst 138 (10), 2995-3004, 2013
Selective enrichment of phosphopeptides by a metal–organic framework
CB Messner, MR Mirza, M Rainer, OMD Lutz, Y Güzel, TS Hofer, ...
Analytical Methods 5 (9), 2379-2383, 2013
Structure and dynamics of the Zr 4+ ion in water
CB Messner, TS Hofer, BR Randolf, BM Rode
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (1), 224-229, 2011
Nonenzymatic gluconeogenesis-like formation of fructose 1, 6-bisphosphate in ice
CB Messner, PC Driscoll, G Piedrafita, MFL De Volder, M Ralser
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (28), 7403-7407, 2017
Combined Ab Initio Computational and Infrared Spectroscopic Study of the cis- and trans-Bis(glycinato)copper(II) Complexes in Aqueous Environment
OMD Lutz, CB Messner, TS Hofer, M Glätzle, CW Huck, GK Bonn, ...
The journal of physical chemistry letters 4 (9), 1502-1506, 2013
Highly selective recovery of phosphopeptides using trypsin-assisted digestion of precipitated lanthanide–phosphoprotein complexes
Y Güzel, M Rainer, MR Mirza, CB Messner, GK Bonn
Analyst 138 (10), 2897-2905, 2013
Computational study of the hafnium (IV) ion in aqueous solution
CB Messner, TS Hofer, BR Randolf, BM Rode
Chemical Physics Letters 501 (4-6), 292-295, 2011
Computational Vibrational Spectroscopy of glycine in aqueous solution–Fundamental considerations towards feasible methodologies
OMD Lutz, CB Messner, TS Hofer, LR Canaval, GK Bonn, CW Huck
Chemical Physics 435, 21-28, 2014
ScanningSWATH enables ultra-fast proteomics using high-flow chromatography and minute-scale gradients
C Messner, V Demichev, N Bloomfield, G Ivosev, F Wasim, A Zelezniak, ...
bioRxiv, 656793, 2019
Erbium (III) in Aqueous Solution: An Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study
LR Canaval, T Sakwarathorn, BM Rode, CB Messner, OMD Lutz, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (48), 15151-15156, 2013
Development of erbium phosphate doped poly (glycidyl methacrylate/ethylene dimethacrylate) spin columns for selective enrichment of phosphopeptides
Y Güzel, M Rainer, CB Messner, S Hussain, F Meischl, M Sasse, ...
Journal of separation science 38 (8), 1334-1343, 2015
Clinical classifiers of COVID-19 infection from novel ultra-high-throughput proteomics
CB Messner, V Demichev, D Wendisch, L Michalick, M White, A Freiwald, ...
MedRxiv, 2020
QM/MM MD simulations of La (III)–phosphopeptide complexes
CB Messner, GK Bonn, TS Hofer
Molecular BioSystems 11 (1), 232-238, 2015
1H-NMR as implemented in several origin of life studies artificially implies the absence of metabolism-like non-enzymatic reactions by being signal-suppressed
MA Keller, PC Driscoll, CB Messner, M Ralser
Wellcome Open Research 2, 52, 2018
Primordial Krebs-cycle-like non-enzymatic reactions detected by mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance
MA Keller, PC Driscoll, CB Messner, M Ralser
Wellcome Open Research 2 (52), 52, 2017
Structure and dynamics of chromatographically relevant Fe (III)-chelates
CB Messner, OMD Lutz, M Rainer, CW Huck, TS Hofer, BM Rode, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (42), 12232-12238, 2014
Scanning SWATH acquisition enables high-throughput proteomics with chromatographic gradients as fast as 30 seconds
CB Messner, V Demichev, N Bloomfield, M White, M Kreidl, G Ivosev, ...
bioRxiv, 656793, 2020
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