The Wilson Group
Dr. Steven Ray Wilson is currently Associate Professor at the Department of Chemistry, University of Oslo. Research focuses on developing technology for measuring drugs, metabolites/lipids and proteins in small samples, using separation science (liquid chromatography = LC, capillary electrophoresis = CE), high-resolution mass spectrometry (MS) and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR). Automation and development of on-line sample handling are key features of the work.
- A multi-channeled open tubular enzyme reactor on-line coupled with mass spectrometry for detecting ricin. Ole Kristian Brandtzaeg, Bent-Tore Roen, Siri Enger, Elsa Lundanes, Steven Ray Wilson. Anal. Chem. 2017, 89 (17), 8667–8673.
- Proteomics tools reveal startlingly high amounts of oxytocin in plasma and serum. Brandtzaeg OK, Johnsen E, Roberg-Larsen H, Seip KF, MacLean EL, Gesquiere LR, Leknes S, Lundanes E, Wilson SR. Sci Rep. 6, Article number: 31693 (2016).
- Mass spectrometric detection of 27-hydroxycholesterol in breast cancer exosomes. Roberg-Larsen H, Lund K, Seterdal KE, Solheim S, Vehus T, Solberg N, Krauss S, Lundanes E, Wilson SR. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2017, 169, 22-28
- Self-packed core shell nano liquid chromatography columns and silica-based monolithic trap columns for targeted proteomics. H. Sjaanes Berg, K.E. Seterdal, T. Smetop, R. Rozenvalds, O.K. Brandtzaeg, T. Vehus, E. Lundanes, S.R. Wilson. J. Chromatogr. A 2017, 1498, 111–119.
- Open tubular lab-on-column/mass spectrometry for targeted proteomics of nanogram sample amounts. Hustoft HK, Vehus T, Brandtzaeg OK, Krauss S, Greibrokk T, Wilson SR, Lundanes E. PLoS One, 2014 Sep 15; 9(9):e106881