eISSN : 2093-8950
pISSN : 2233-4203
Journal Information  l  e-Submission  l  View-FullText
Journal Information > Introduction
 
Untitled Document
 Vol 7 No 1 March 2016
 Editors Page
Acknowledging great contributions of former Editors-in-Chief, Dr. Hyunsik Kim and Prof. Myeong Hee Moon

It is my great honor to contribute to the Korean Society for Mass Spectrometry (KSMS) as the new Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of Mass Spectrometry Letters (MSL). Followed by the launch of the journal by the founding EIC, Dr. Kim, in Dec. 2010, Prof. Moon made great contributions in expanding international diversity of contributing authors as well as establishing systems for timely publication. I’d like to thank all the Associate Editors, reviewers and authors for their enormous efforts that made it possible. My special thanks go to Prof. Han Bin Oh at Sogang University who finishes his services as an Associate Editor and Prof. Yong Seok Choi, who continues serving as the Managing Editor. I also welcome four new Associate Editors, Prof. Sang Won Cha at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Dr. Byungjoo Kim at Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Prof. Hye Suk Lee at the Catholic University of Korea and Dr. Jung Ju Seo at Korea Basic Science Institute. Today, we are confronting ever-increasing competitions in publishing scientific journals and academic publications are experiencing a lot of changes including the open-access movement and the innovative peer-review system. For the advancement and sustainability of the journal in these competitive and changing environments, I will try my best to get recognition and reputation from researchers in the field of mass spectrometry and related sciences.

In this special issue for the Asia Oceania Mass Spectrometry Conference (AOMSC), we invited three prominent scientists in the field of mass spectrometry, who participated in the 6th annual AOMSC held in Brisbane on July, 2015. The AOMSC has provided great opportunities to exchange scientific and technical information to participants from Asia and Oceania region. We anticipate increasing contributions from this region to the advances in mass spectrometry and related technologies for years to come.

Yong-Hyeon Yim
Editor-in-Chief
Head of the Center for Inorganic Analysis
Division of Metrology for Quality of Lif
Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science
Daejeon, Korea

Invited Article
1 Effects of Heat Shock Treatment on Enzymatic Proteolysis for LC-MS/MS Quantitative Proteome Analysis  
  Denaturation, mass spectrometry, proteolysis, Heat shock
  Albert-Baskar Arul,Na-Young Han,Young-Su Jang,Hyojin Kim,Hwan-Mook Kim,Hookeun Lee  
Letter
12 Survey of Inositol in Infant Formula
  infant formula, myo-inositol, survey, UPLC-MS/MS
  A. Patel,M. Ditiatkovski, L. Kennedy, A. Oglobline, N. Choi, G. Richardson
16 Stabilization of Compact Protein Structures by Macrocyclic Hosts Cucurbit[n]urils in the Gas Phase
  ion mobility mass spectrometry, cucurbit[n]uril, ubiquitin, host-guest chemistry
  Jong Wha Lee, Mi Hyun Park, Jeong Tae Ju, Yun Seop Choi, Soo Min Hwang, Dong Jin Jung, Hugh I. Kim
21 Dual Nano-Electrospray and Mixing in the Taylor Cone
  nano-electrospray, theta-shaped dual channel emitters, Taylor cone, mass spectrometry
  Anna Radionova, David R. Greenwood, Geoff R. Willmott, Peter J.Derrick
26 Determination of Corticosteroids in Moisturizers by LC-MS/MS
  corticosteroid, moisturizer, LC, tandem mass spectrometry, liquid-liquid extraction
  Sumin Park, Gye Young Choi, Seon-Ah Lee, Hyun Jeong Kim, Hye Yung Yum, Ki-Jung Paeng