Mass Mountaineer is frequently cited in the literature. Here is a partial list:

1. Cody, R. B.; Dane, A. J.; Dawson-Andoh, B.; Adedipe, E. O.; Nkansah, K. Rapid Classification of White Oak (Quercus alba) and Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra) by Using Pyrolysis Direct Analysis in Real Time (DART) and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry; Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 2012, 95, 134137.

2. Lancaster, C.; Espinoza, E. Analysis of select Dalbergia and trade timber using direct analysis in real time and time-of-flight mass spectrometry for CITES enforcement; Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2012, 26, 11471156.

3. Espinoza, E. O.; Lancaster, C. A.; Kreitals, N. M.; Hata, M.; Cody, R. B.; Blanchette, R. A. Distinguishing Wild from Cultivated Agarwood (Aquilaria spp.) Using Direct Analysis in Real Time (DART™) and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry; Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2014, 28, 1-9.

4. Lesiak, A. D.; Cody, R. B.; Dane, A. J.; Musah, R. A. Rapid detection by direct analysis in real time-mass spectrometry (DART-MS) of psychoactive plant drugs of abuse: The case of Mitragyna speciosa aka “Kratom”; Forensic Science International 2014, 242, 210-218.

5. Wambua, D. M.; Ubukata, M.; Dane, J.; Cody, R. B.; Chiu, N. H. L. Bottom-up mass spectrometric sequencing of microRNA; Analytical Methods 2014, 6, 88298839.

6. Easter, J. L.; Steiner, R. R. Pharmaceutical Identifier Confirmation via DARTTOF; Forensic Science International 2014, 240, 9-20.

7. Cody , R. B.; McAlpin, C. R.; Cox, C. R.; Voorhees, K. J. Identification of Bacteria by Fatty Acid Profiling with Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometry; Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2015, 29, 1-6.

8. Espinoza, E. O.; Wiemann, M. C.; Barajas-Morales, J.; Chavarria, G. D.; McClure, P. J. FORENSIC ANALYSIS OF CITES-PROTECTED TIMBER FROM THE AMERICAS; IAWA Journal 2015, 36, 311-325.

9. Lesiak, A. D.; Cody, R. B.; Dane, A. J.; Musah, R. A. Plant Seed Species Identification from Chemical Fingerprints: A High-Throughput Application of Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometry; Analytical Chemistry 2015, 87, 8748–8757.

10. Musah, R. A.; Espinoza, E. O.; Cody, R. B.; Lesiak, A. D.; Christensen, E. D.; Moore, H. E.; Maleknia, S.; Drijfhout, F. P. A High Throughput Ambient Mass
Spectrometric Approach to Species Identification and Classification from Chemical Fingerprint Signatures; Sci. Rep. 2015, 5.

11. Giffen, J. E.; Lesiak, A. D.; Cody , R. B.; Dane, A. J.; Musah, R. A. Rapid Species-level Identification of Salvias by Chemometric Processing of Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry-derived Chemical Profiles Phytochemical Analysis 2016, 28, 16-26.

12. Maric, M.; Bridge, C. Characterizing and classifying water-based lubricants using direct analysis in real time® time of flight mass spectrometry; Forensic Science International 2016, 266, 73-79.

13. Cody , R. B.; Fouquet, T. Paper Spray and Kendrick Mass Defect Analysis of Block and Random Ethylene Oxide/Propylene Oxide Copolymers; Anal. Chim. Acta 2017, 989, 38-44.

14. Deklerck, V.; Finch, K.; Gasson, P.; Bulcke, J. V. d.; Acker, J. V.; Beeckman, H.; Espinoza, E. Comparison of species classification models of mass spectrometry data: Kernel Discriminant Analysis vs Random Forest; A case study of Afrormosia (Pericopsis elata (Harms) Meeuwen); Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2017, 31, 1582-1588.

15. Evans, P. D.; Mundo, I. A.; Wiemann, M. C.; Chavarria, G. D.; McClure, P. J.; Voin, D.; Espinoza, E. O. Identification of selected CITES-protected Araucariaceae using DART TOFMS; IAWA Journal 2017, 38, 266-S263.

16. Finch, K.; Espinoza, E.; Jones, F. A.; Cronn, R. Source Identification of Western Oregon Douglas-Fir Wood Cores Using Mass Spectrometry and Random Forest Classification; Applications in Plant Sciences 2017, 5, 1600158.

17. Fouquet, T.; Cody, R. B.; Sato, H. Capabilities of the remainders of nominal Kendrick masses and the referenced Kendrick mass defects for copolymer ions; Journal of Mass Spectrometry 2017, 52, 618-624.

18. Giffen, J. E.; Rosati, J. Y.; Longo, C. M.; Musah, R. A. Species Identification of Necrophagous Insect Eggs Based on Amino Acid Profile Differences Revealed by Direct Analysis in Real Time-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry; Analytical Chemistry 2017, 89, 7719-7726.

19. Black, O.; Cody, R.; Edwards, D.; Cizdziel, J. V. Identification of polymers and organic gunshot residue in evidence from 3D-printed firearms using DART-mass spectrometry: A feasibility study; Forensic Chemistry 2017, 5, 26-32.

20. Cody, R. B.; Fouquet, T. Resolution-Enhanced Kendrick Mass Defect Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Fullerenes in the Diffusion Flame from a Butane Torch; Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 2018, 29, 2110-2113.

21. Marić, M.; Marano, J.; Cody, R. B.; Bridge, C. DART-MS: A New Analytical Technique for Forensic Paint Analysis; Analytical Chemistry 2018.

22. Cody, R. B.; Fouquet, T. “Reverse Kendrick Mass Defect Analysis”: Rotating Mass Defect Graphs to Determine Oligomer Compositions for Homopolymers; Analytical Chemistry 2018.Articles ASAP, published on-line Oct. 17, 2018.