References and Further Reading

Peptide mass fingerprinting

“Protein identification: the origins of peptide mass fingerprinting,” Henzel, W.J., Watanabe, C., and Stults, J.T. (2003) in Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 14, 931-942.

Collagen

 “The study and conservation of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Historic Alaska Native Kayaks and Related Collections,” U. S. Institute of Museum and Library Services, 2010 Federal Save America’s Treasures Grant No. ST-03-10-0013.10 to President and Fellows of Harvard College/Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

“Application of a biotechnology technique for accurate identification and regional localization of mammalian materials in Native American cultural heritage,” National Park Service/National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.  Grant No. DOI-NPS-NCPT-2013, P13AP00078 to President and Fellows of Harvard College/Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

 “New insights into Alaskan Native objects,” Promise, E. and Kirby, D. P. (2012) Presentation, Western Association for Art Conservation Annual Meeting and Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

“Peculiar Parchment, An investigation of two parchment objects in the collections of the Winterthur Museum and Library,” Mc Neal, C., Mass, J., Metzger, C., Kirby, D. and Buckley, M. (2012) Poster presentation, ANAGPIC Conference, Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU.

“Identification of collagen-based materials in cultural heritage,” Kirby, D. P., Buckley M., Promise, E., Trauger, S.A., and Holdcraft, T.R. (2013) in Analyst 138, 4849-4858.

 “Collagen survival and its use for species identification in Holocene-lower Pleistocene bone fragments from British archaeological and paleontological sites,” Buckley, M. and Collins, M. J. (2011) in Antiqua 1, 1-7.

 “Species identification by analysis of bone collagen using matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry,” Buckley, M., Collins, M., Thomas-Oates, J. and Wilson, J. C. (2009) in Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 23, 3843-3854.

“Distinguishing between archaeological sheep and goat bones using a single collagen peptide,” Buckley, M., Kansa, S. W., Howard, S., Campbell, S., Thomas-Oates, J. and Collins, M. (2010) in Journal of Archaeological Science 37, 13-20.

“Species identification of archaeological marine mammals using collagen fingerprinting,” Buckley, M., Fraser, S., Herman, J., Melton, N. D., Mulville, J. and Pálsdóttir, A. H. (2014) in Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 631-641.

“Identification of Animal Species in Skin Clothing from Museum Collections,” Schmidt, A. L., Gilbert, M. T. P., Cappellini, E and Olsen, J. V., (2011) in Preprints of the 16th Triennial Conference, International Council of Museums-Conservation Committee 19-23 September, Lisbon, Paper 0407.

Keratin and other materials

“Species identification of Oetzi’s clothing with matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry based on peptide pattern similarities of hair digests,” Hollemeyer, K., Altmeyer, W., Heinzle, E. and Pitra, C.  (2008) in Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 22, 2751-2767.

“Proteomics and Coast Salish blankets: a tale of shaggy dogs?,” Solazzo, C., Heald, S., Ballard, M. W., Ashford, D. A., DePriest, P. T., Koestler, R. J. and Collins, M. J. (2011) in Antiquity 85, 1418-1432.

 “Characterisation of novel α-keratin peptide markers for species identification in keratinous tissues using mass spectrometry,” Solazzo, C., Wadsley, M., Dyer, J. M., Clerens, S., Collins, M. J. and Plowman, J. (2013) in Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 27, 2685-2698.

“Identification of Protein Remains in Archaeological Potsherds by Proteomics,” Solazzo, C., Fitzhugh, W. W., Rolando, C. and Tokarski, C. (2008) in Analytical Chemistry 80, 4590-4597.

Artworks

 “Protein Identification in Artworks by Peptide Mass Fingerprinting,” Kirby, D. P., Khandekar, N., Arslanoglu, J. and Sutherland, K. (2011) in Preprints of the 16th Triennial Conference, International Council of Museums-Conservation Committee 19-23 September, Lisbon, Paper 1610.

“Identification of Animal Glue Species in Artworks Using Proteomics: Application to an 18th Century Gilt Sample,” Dallongeville, S., Koperska, M., Garnier, N., Reille-Taillefert, G., Rolando, C. and Tokarski, C. (2011) in Analytical Chemistry 83, 9431-9437.

 “Identification of Proteins in Renaissance Paintings by Proteomics,” Tokarski, C., Martin, E., Rolando, C. and Cren-Olivé, C. (2006) in Analytical Chemistry 78, 1494-1502.

“Handmade. A Scientific Study of James Castle’s Art,” Price, B. A., Sutherland, K., Kirby, D. P. and van Bommel, M. (2008) in James Castle: A Retrospective, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 174-187.

“Identification of proteinaceous binders used in artworks by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry,” Kuckova, S., Hynek, R. and Kodicek, M. (2007) in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 388, 201-206.