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Themed collection In memory of Joe Caruso

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Editorial

Professor Joseph Anthony Caruso: in memoriam

Gary Hieftje and Maria Montes-Bayon emphasize Joe’s impact on the community, as reflected in a collection of articles published in JAAS and Metallomics.

Graphical abstract: Professor Joseph Anthony Caruso: in memoriam
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Perspective

Metallomics: the history over the last decade and a future outlook

Hiroki Haraguchi discusses the history of metallomics over the last decade, and considers the current and future directions of the field.

Graphical abstract: Metallomics: the history over the last decade and a future outlook
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Minireview

Biology and toxicology of tellurium explored by speciation analysis

Recent advances in the speciation and identification of tellurium metabolites in animals and plants by LC-ICP-MS and LC-ESI-MS are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Biology and toxicology of tellurium explored by speciation analysis
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Tutorial Review

Liquid sampling-atmospheric pressure glow discharge (LS-APGD) microplasmas for diverse spectrochemical analysis applications

The liquid sampling-atmospheric pressure glow discharge (LS-APGD) microplasma provides great diversity in sampling strategies and analytical information content.

Graphical abstract: Liquid sampling-atmospheric pressure glow discharge (LS-APGD) microplasmas for diverse spectrochemical analysis applications
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Critical Review

Analytical approaches for the characterization of nickel proteome

Analytical strategies to study the nickel proteome and their advantages and limitations.

Graphical abstract: Analytical approaches for the characterization of nickel proteome
From the themed collection: Nickel in biology
Paper

Separation and detection of gold nanoparticles with capillary electrophoresis and ICP-MS in single particle mode (CE-SP-ICP-MS)

A method for the identification, separation, and detection of engineered nanoparticles using CE-ICP-MS in single particle mode is described.

Graphical abstract: Separation and detection of gold nanoparticles with capillary electrophoresis and ICP-MS in single particle mode (CE-SP-ICP-MS)
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Arsenic speciation in seafood by LC-ICP-MS/MS: method development and influence of culinary treatment

Arsenic speciation in seafood after several culinary treatments was performed and AsB, As(III), DMA, MMA and As(V) species were determined by LC-ICP-MS/MS.

Graphical abstract: Arsenic speciation in seafood by LC-ICP-MS/MS: method development and influence of culinary treatment
From the themed collection: New Instrumentation in Chemical Analysis
Paper

Incorporation of 67Zn and 68Zn into carbonic anhydrase: effects on isotope enrichment and enzymatic aspects

An enrichment of carbonic anhydrase (CA) with zinc isotopes (67Zn and 68Zn) is carried out to evaluate protein binding with a specific isotope.

Graphical abstract: Incorporation of 67Zn and 68Zn into carbonic anhydrase: effects on isotope enrichment and enzymatic aspects
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

A species-specific double isotope dilution strategy for the accurate quantification of platinum–GG adducts in lung cells exposed to carboplatin

Measurement uncertainty of Pt–GG quantification in human lung cells by species-specific double IDMS.

Graphical abstract: A species-specific double isotope dilution strategy for the accurate quantification of platinum–GG adducts in lung cells exposed to carboplatin
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Antimony speciation in spirits stored in PET bottles: identification of a novel antimony complex

Speciation analysis by LC-ICP-MS detected an unknown Sb complex in raki samples. Its structure was investigated by using LC with high resolution mass spectrometry. The analysis gave evidence for an acetaldehyde–bisulphite pyruvate Sb complex with the formula: C7H14O12S2Sb.

Graphical abstract: Antimony speciation in spirits stored in PET bottles: identification of a novel antimony complex
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Paper

An ICP-MS-based platform for release studies on silver-based nanomaterials

An integrated approach based on the use of ICP-MS methods is proposed to obtain information about the release of inorganic nanomaterials.

Graphical abstract: An ICP-MS-based platform for release studies on silver-based nanomaterials
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Cisplatin resistance in cell models: evaluation of metallomic and biological predictive biomarkers to address early therapy failure

In vitro studies allowed the development of a cisplatin resistance predictive model combining accurate quantitation of DNA adducts with other biomarkers.

Graphical abstract: Cisplatin resistance in cell models: evaluation of metallomic and biological predictive biomarkers to address early therapy failure
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Novel non-target analysis of fluorine compounds using ICPMS/MS and HPLC-ICPMS/MS

The first study which shows that total fluorine determination and fluorine speciation analysis are possible with a conventional ICPMS/MS by creating BaF+ ions in the plasma and limiting the polyatomic interfering barium oxide/hydroxide ions at a ppb level.

Graphical abstract: Novel non-target analysis of fluorine compounds using ICPMS/MS and HPLC-ICPMS/MS
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Parametric evaluation of ambient desorption optical emission spectroscopy utilizing a liquid sampling-atmospheric pressure glow discharge microplasma

The operational parameters of the AD-LS-APGD-OES microplasma have been evaluated in terms of understanding their roles in analyte response.

Graphical abstract: Parametric evaluation of ambient desorption optical emission spectroscopy utilizing a liquid sampling-atmospheric pressure glow discharge microplasma
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Paper

Matrix effects using an ICP-MS with a single positive ion lens and grounded stop: analyte mass dependent?

Comprehensive characterization of ICP-MS matrix effects as a function of analyte mass, matrix mass, lens voltage and nebulizer gas flow rate was carried out.

Graphical abstract: Matrix effects using an ICP-MS with a single positive ion lens and grounded stop: analyte mass dependent?
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Effect of vanadium on calcium homeostasis, osteopontin mRNA expression, and bone microarchitecture in diabetic rats

The aim was to examine whether alterations caused by diabetes in calcium homeostasis, expression of osteopontin and the microarchitecture of bone are corrected by vanadium.

Graphical abstract: Effect of vanadium on calcium homeostasis, osteopontin mRNA expression, and bone microarchitecture in diabetic rats
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

High-precision isotopic analysis of Cu in blood serum via multi-collector ICP-mass spectrometry for clinical investigation: steps towards improved robustness and higher sample throughput

A procedure for Cu isolation from serum prior to MC-ICP-MS measurements was developed and applied in a clinical context. The serum Cu isotopic composition does not show diurnal variation.

Graphical abstract: High-precision isotopic analysis of Cu in blood serum via multi-collector ICP-mass spectrometry for clinical investigation: steps towards improved robustness and higher sample throughput
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Effect of Cu(II) on in vitro glycation of human serum albumin by methylglyoxal: a LC-MS-based proteomic approach

LC-MS peptide mapping with ProteinScape and MaxQuant demonstrated concentration-dependent Cu(II) effect on MGo-derived HSA modification.

Graphical abstract: Effect of Cu(ii) on in vitro glycation of human serum albumin by methylglyoxal: a LC-MS-based proteomic approach
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Iron isotopic analysis of finger-prick and venous blood by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry after volumetric absorptive microsampling

The use of VAMS – volumetric absorptive microsampling – of finger-prick blood was evaluated in the context of high-precision isotopic analysis of whole blood Fe by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: Iron isotopic analysis of finger-prick and venous blood by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry after volumetric absorptive microsampling
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Paper

Unambiguous identification and discovery of bacterial siderophores by direct injection 21 Tesla Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry

A new, ultra-high resolution and mass accuracy approach to the confident identification of Fe-binding siderophores is described.

Graphical abstract: Unambiguous identification and discovery of bacterial siderophores by direct injection 21 Tesla Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Technical Note

Selenium enriched dietary supplement rapid screening method using XRF and DART-HRAM-MS for label verification

Labelled selenium ingredients in dietary supplements can be assessed quickly, in under an hour, using a combination of XRF and DART-HRAM-MS.

Graphical abstract: Selenium enriched dietary supplement rapid screening method using XRF and DART-HRAM-MS for label verification
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Technical Note

A fast and fit-for-purpose arsenic speciation method for wine and rice

We report a 2 minute chromatographic method for arsenic speciation in rice and wine with validation data.

Graphical abstract: A fast and fit-for-purpose arsenic speciation method for wine and rice
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Technical Note

Quantitative bioimaging of Ca, Fe, Cu and Zn in breast cancer tissues by LA-ICP-MS

LA-ICP-MS has been used for the first time to study the simultaneous elemental quantitative distribution of Ca, Fe, Cu and Zn in breast cancer samples.

Graphical abstract: Quantitative bioimaging of Ca, Fe, Cu and Zn in breast cancer tissues by LA-ICP-MS
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
Technical Note

Acquisition of fast transient signals in ICP-MS with enhanced time resolution

Improving time resolution in sector-field ICP-MS through use of a plug-in data acquisition board.

Graphical abstract: Acquisition of fast transient signals in ICP-MS with enhanced time resolution
From the themed collection: In memory of Joe Caruso
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About this collection

Professor Joe Caruso, who sadly passed away at the age of 75,  was a well-known and highly respected leader in the field of analytical chemistry and plasma spectrochemistry in particular. More recently he made great contributions to the fields of elemental speciation and metallomics, including the founding of the RSC journal Metallomics. This very special collection will highlight analytical research being conducted in these areas by his peers, colleagues and friends. We hope that this collection of papers will be a fitting memorial to an inspiring mentor and outstanding chemist.

Guest Edited by Gary Hieftje and Maria Montes-Bayon. New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

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