Outputs

Gilbert, C., Bathany, K., Claverol, S., Scanvion, Q., Hedouin, V., Bertrand, B., Tokarski, C., Successive Protein Extraction Using Hydroxylamine to Increase the Depth of Proteome Coverage in Fresh, Forensic, and Archaeological Bones , Analytical Chemistry, 2024

Gilbert, C., Krupicka, V., Galluzzi, F., Popowich, A., Claverol, S., Bathany, K., Arslanoglu, J., Tokarski, C., Species identification of ivory and bone museum objects using minimally invasive proteomics, Science Advances, 10, 4, 2024

Vallejo, D.D., Corstvet, J.L., Fernandez, F.M., Triboelectric nanogenerators: Low-cost power supplies for improved electrospray ionization, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 495, 2024

Vallejo, D.D., Popowich, A., Arslanoglu, J., Tokarski, C., Fernandez, F.M., Native triboelectric nanogenerator ion mobility-mass spectrometry of egg proteins relevant to objects of cultural heritage at picoliter and nanomolar quantities, Analytica Chimia Acta, 1269, 2023

Galluzzi, F., Chaignepain, S., Arslanoglu, J., Tokarski, C.,  Hydrogen‑deuterium exchange mass spectrometry to study interactions and conformational changes of proteins in paintsBiophysical Chemistry, 289, 2022: 1-9.

Tokarski, C. & Arslanoglu, J., Mystères moléculaires au musée, Etonnant chimie: Découvertes et promesses de XXIe siècle, CNRS Editions, 2021.

Pozzi, F., Arslanoglu, J., Galluzzi, F., Tokarski, C., and Snyder, C. Mixing, dipping, and fixing: the experimental drawing techniques of Thomas Gainsborough.” Heritage Science, 8(85), 2020: 1-14. 

Tokarski C, How advanced mass spectrometry and proteomics are reshaping what we can learn about archaeological materials and cultural heritage, ICAS-EMME, Nicosia, Cyprus, 15-18 may 2024, Invited Opening Conference

Tokarski, C. ‘Omics techniques applied to Cultural Heritage: current achievements and next challenges’. Invited Conference and Round Table, E-RIHS France Day, Paris, 25 April 2024.

Krupicka, V., Paint cross-section layer composition determination using MALDI MSI and machine learning, JFSM2023, Marseille, France, 5-8th september, Oral Presentation

Gilbert, C., Forensic proteomics offers a new minimally invasive and robust tool for discriminating ivory species, ASMS2023, Houston, USA, 4-8th June 2023, Oral Presentation

Popowich, A., Identifying chia oil in Colonial Mexican art materials using multi-omics approaches, ASMS2023, Houston, USA, 4-8th June 2023, Oral Presentation

Vallejo, D., Unlocking new levels of structural information for proteins relevant to cultural heritage using native and top-down mass spectrometry, Waters User Meeting, ASMS2023, Houston, USA, 3rd June 2023, 

Vallejo, D., Unlocking new levels of structural information for proteins relevant to cultural heritage using native and top-down mass spectrometry, ASMS2023, Houston, USA, 4-8th June 2023, Poster

Krupicka, V., Paint cross-section layer composition identification and prediction using MALDI-MSI, ASMS2023, Houston, USA, 4-8th June 2023, Poster

Tokarski, C. ‘Study of Natural Polymers by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry: method development and application to historic pieces’. LCPO Seminar, Carcan Maubuisson, 24 May 2023.

Gilbert, C., ‘Minimally invasive sampling for the proteomic analysis of archaeological and museum objects’, AFSEP Club Lyonnais, Lyon, 11th May, 2023, Invited Presentation

Tokarski, C., ‘ Chemistry and Cultural Heritage: Deciphering Natural Polymers by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry ’ Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma, 5 April 2023, Invited Conference.

Krupicka, V., ‘Top-down proteomic analysis of binders in tempera paints’ SCM-10, Amsterdam, 1st February 2023, Oral presentation

Tokarski, C., ‘How advanced mass spectrometry and chromatography are reshaping what we can learn about paintings, objects and cultural heritage’ SCM-10, Amsterdam, 1st February 2023, Invited Opening Conference

Tokarski, C., ‘Chemistry and Art’, ISA, Lyon, 15th November 2022, Invited Speaker

Tokarski, C., ‘High and very high resolution mass spectrometry applied to Cultural Heritage’, 1st meeting of the National research infrastructure for high field NMR, EPR and FTICR (INFRANALYTICS), Marseille, 22th November 2022, Invited Keynote Lecture

Gilbert, C., ‘Minimally invasive analysis, what can it tell us? The application of proteomics to ivory’ ArtBioMatters Seminar Series, 20th October 2022, Online, Invited Speaker

Arsnaloglu, J., ‘Omics in the Museum World: grit, education, communication, and ethics at the Met’ MaSC2022, 29-30th September, Bordeaux, France, Invited Speaker

Vallejo, D., ‘Native Proteins Relevant to Cultural Heritage at Nanomolar and Picoliter Quantities using Triboelectric Nanogenerator and Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry’ MaSC2022, 29-30th September, Bordeaux, France, Oral

Krupicka, V., ‘Top-Down MS: the next frontier in MS proteomic analysis of cultural heritage samples?’ MaSC2022, 29-30th September, Bordeaux, France, Oral

Popowich, A., ‘Identifying emulsion-cured leather in museum collections using proteomics’ MaSC2022, 29-30th September, Bordeaux, France, Oral

Gilbert, C., ‘Minimally invasive analysis: how far can we go?’ MaSC2022, 29-30th September, Bordeaux, France, Oral

Krupicka, V;, ‘Top Down Proteomics: The next frontier in MS proteomic analysis of cultural heritage samples?’ Analytics2022, 05-09/09/2022, Nantes, France, Oral

Gilbert, C., Arslanoglu, J., Bathany, K., Claverol, S., Tokarski, C., ‘Minimally invasive proteomics workflow to determine the species of origin of ivory objects.’ IMSC2022, 27/08 – 02/09, Maastricht, The Netherlands, Poster

Popowich, A., Chiu, Y-T., Schiros, T., Lu, H., Giuntini, C., Tokarski, C., Arslanoglu, J., ‘The search for emulsion-cured leather using omics mass spectrometry.’ CAS Future Leaders Program, 15-20/08/2022, Columbus, Ohio, Poster.

Popowich, A., Chiu, Y-T., Schiros, T., Lu, H., Giuntini, C., Tokarski, C., Arslanoglu, J., ‘The universal yet unidentifiable alternative tanning method: the search for emulsion-cured leather using omics mass spectrometry.’ American Chemical Society Fall 2022 National Meeting, 21-25/08/2022, Chicago, Illinois, Oral.

Vallejo, D., Popowich, A., Arslanoglu, J.,Tokarski, C., Fernandez, F.M., ‘Native Protein Structures and Stabilities at Nanomolar and Picoliter Quantities using Triboelectric Nanogenerator Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry.’ Waters Early Career Research Summit. 18-20/07/2022. Milford, MA, United States, Invited Presentation

Tokarski, C., “Decoding the Biomolecular Materials and Networks of Artists’ Materials with Layer-by-Layer High Resolution MALDI MS Molecular Imaging and Top Down Sequencing” GRC Scientific Methods in Cultrual Heritage Research, 9-15/07/2022, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, Invited Opening Conference

Vallejo, D., Arslanoglu, J.,Tokarski, C., Fernandez, F.M. ‘Native protein structures and stabilities at nanomolar and picolitre quantities using triboelectric nanogenerator ion mobility-mass spectrometry.’ GRC & GRS Scientific Methods in Cultrual Heritage Research, 9-15/07/2022, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, Poster

Krupicka, V., Arslanoglu, J., Tokarski, C., Unleashing top-down mass spectrometry in the study of proteinaceous materials in museum objects: Method development using paint models.’ GRC & GRS Scientific Methods in Cultrual Heritage Research, 9-15/07/2022, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, Poster

Popowich, A., Chiu, Y-T., Schiros, T., Lu, H., Giuntini, C., Tokarski, C., Arslanoglu, J., ‘The search for emulsion-cured leather using omics mass spectrometry.’ GRC & GRS Scientific Methods in Cultrual Heritage Research, 9-15/07/2022, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, Poster

Gilbert, C., Arslanoglu, J., Bathany, K., Claverol, S., Tokarski, C., ‘Reaching trace level protein detection to study archaeological artefacts and museum objects, new proteomics methods based on high-resolution mass spectrometry.’ GRC & GRS Scientific Methods in Cultrual Heritage Research, 9-15/07/2022, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, Poster

Gilbert, C., ‘Trace protein analysis of archaeological and museum objects for species identification.’ ChemCH, 4-8/07/2022, Ravenna, Italy, Oral

Vallejo, D., Arslanoglu, J.,Tokarski, C., Fernandez, F.M. ‘Native Protein Structures and Stabilities Measured at Nanomolar and Picoliter Quantities using Triboelectric Nanogenerator Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry.’ ASMS2022, 5-9/07/2022, Minneapolis, USA, Oral 

Vallejo, D., Arslanoglu, J.,Tokarski, C., Fernandez, F.M. ‘Triboelectric Nanogenerator Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry: Native Protein Structures and Stabilities at Nanomolar and Picoliter Quantities.’ MARM2022  1-4/07/2022, Ewing, NJ, USA, Oral

Arslanoglu, J., Popowich, A., Galluzzi, F., Gilbert, C., Males, B. Tokarski, C. Uncovering the hidden history of objects at the Metropolitan Museum of Art using “Omics”., MARM2022  1-4/07/2022, Ewing, NJ, USA, Oral

Tokarski, C., ‘How proteomics and advanced mass spectrometry are reshaping what we can learn about paintings, objects and cultural heritage,’ ProteoVillamoura, 11-13/05/2022, Portugal, Invited Talk

Chiu, Y.-T., Popowich, A.; Antrobus, R.; Schiros, T.; Lu, H. H.; Arslanoglu, J. Emulsion (Organ) Tanned Leathers, Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, 12/6/2021, Poster

Galluzzi, F., Popowich A., Arslanoglu J., Chaignepain S., Tokarski C. HDX mass spectrometry and top-down proteomics to elucidate cross-linking, interactions and conformational changes of proteins in artworks, 69th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 11/4/2021, Oral

Popowich, A., Lazarte Luna, J. A Tripartite Approach to Biomolecule Analysis for the Identification of Chia Oil in Paintings and Lacquerware from New Spain (Mexico), Art Bio Matters, New York, NY, USA, 9/23/2021, Oral

Gilbert, C., Arslanoglu J., Bathany K., Claverol S., Tokarski C. Reaching trace level protein detection to study archaeological artefacts and museum objects: new proteomics methods based on high-resolution mass spectrometry’, Art Bio Matters, New York, NY, USA, 9/22/2021, Poster

Krupicka, V., Claverol S., Arslanoglu J. , Tokarski C. Unleashing top-down mass spectrometry in study of proteinaceous materials in museum objects: Method development using paint models, Art Bio Matters, New York, NY, USA, 9/22/2021, Poster

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Chaignepain S.,Tokarski C. Hydrogen deuterium exchange mass spectrometry to elucidate reticulations, interactions and conformational changes of proteins in tempera paintings, Art Bio Matters, New York, NY, USA, 9/22/2021, Poster

Chiu, Y.-T., Popowich, A.; Antrobus, R.; Schiros, T.; Lu, H. H.; Arslanoglu, J. Emulsion (Organ) Tanned Leathers, Art Bio Matters, New York, NY, USA, 9/22/2021, Poster

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Claverol S., Pozzi F., Fredericks M., Trujillo F., Tokarski C. Study of protein cross-linking via MS: molecular evidence of restoration treatments applied to historic manuscripts, visioFPS#5, zoom platform, organised by the French Proteomic Society (FPS), 6/24/2021, Invited speaker

Arslanoglu, J., Chemistry and Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Natural organic polymer investigation, Bordeaux Summer School: Advanced Mass Spectrometry Applied to Cultural Heritage, University of Bordeaux, France, 6/17/2021, Invited Speaker

Tokarski, C., How modern mass spectrometry is reshaping what we can learn about paintings, objects and cultural heritage, AIC RATS, Jacksonville, USA, 5/25/2021, Invited Speaker

Tokarski, C., Références/référentiels en matériaux biologiques: analyse des protéines anciennes par spectrométrie de masse, DIM CAIRN, Paris, FR, 5/21/2021 Invited Speaker

Arslanoglu, J., Mason, C. Diving Deeper into the Origins and Intent of Organic Materials in Cultural Heritage by Combining DNA and Mass Spectrometry, American Institue for Conservation/ The Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections; Research and Technical Studies Group, Virtual, 5/21/2021 Oral

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Claverol S., Pozzi F., Snyder R.F., Tokarski C. Trace level proteomics analysis of historical artworks using nano-LC separation combined with high-resolution mass spectrometry, 15th SBCN, zoom platform, 5/11/2021 Oral

Tokarski C., Novel approaches to analysis to archaeology and cultural heritage artworks, NU-ACCESS/PIRE International Seminar Series on Cultural Heritage Research. Northwestern University, Chicago, USA, zoom platform, 08/26/20 Invited Speaker

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Rawlins C., Claverol S., Pozzi F., Snyder R.F., Tokarksi C. Trace level top-down proteomics analysis: application to the study of Gainsborough drawings, 68th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Houston,TX, US, 6/2/2020 Oral

Arslanoglu, J., Tokarski, C., Galluzzi, F., Pozzi, F., and R. F. Snyder Microsampling Art for Proteomics and Beyond, Art, Archaeology, and Paleontology Interest Group Workshop; American Society for Mass Spectrometry National Meeting, Virtual, 5/5/2020 Oral

Arslanoglu, J., Proteomics and Genomics in Art, Networking for Sustainable Cultural Heritage Research: a Workshop on the Scientific Needs of NYC Museums, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, New York, NY, USA, 1/23/2020 Oral

Tokarski C., Deciphering Natural Polymers of Cultural Heritage by Bottom up and Top down Mass Spectrometry: current achievements and future challenges, CAI-RN, Paris, FR, 11/22/2019 Oral

Tokarski C., Unlocking Artists’ Techniques Through Proteomics, Network Initiative for Conservation Science. Network Initiative for Conservation Science Annual Symposium, New York, USA, 10/24/19 Invited Plenary Speaker

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Claverol S., Pozzi F., Fredericks M., Trujillo F., Tokarski C. Protein cross-linking using Bottom-up and Top-down mass spectrometry: molecular evidence of restoration treatments applied to historic manuscripts, SMAAP 2019, Strasbourg, FR, 9/16/2019 Poster

Arslanoglu, J., The Evolution of Protein and Polysaccharide Analysis at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: How did we get here and where are we going?, Advanced Mass Spectrometry In Cultural Heritage Symposium, Palais de la Bourse, Bordeaux, France, 6/21/2019 Oral

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Claverol S., Tokarski C. Study of protein cross-linking in art paintings using high resolution mass spectrometry, MaSC 2019, Ottawa, CA, 6/7/2019 Oral

Galluzzi F, Rawlins C, Claverol S, Pozzi F, Fredericks M, Trujillo F, Tokarski C., New molecular evidence of restoration treatments applied to historic Coptic manuscripts using protein crosslinking and top down proteomics. 67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Atlanta, USA, 6/3/2019 Oral

Tokarski C. and Arslanoglu J., Biological media in artworks and museum objects: a chronicle of making, meaning and change, Two voices public conference, Embassy of France, New York, USA, 05/30/2019 Oral

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Claverol S., Pozzi F., Fredericks M., Trujillo F., Tokarski C. Study of protein cross-linking via MS: molecular evidence of restoration treatments applied to historic manuscripts, 6th TechnArt, Bruge, BE, 5/8/2019 Oral

Arslanoglu, J., Tokarski, C. Biological media in cultural heritage: identification and characterization through combined immunological and mass spectrometry approaches, 6th TechnArt, Bruges, BE, 5/7/2019 Invited Speaker

Tokarski C., Chemistry and Cultural Heritage: Deciphering Natural Polymers by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry, World Meeting on Heritage, Sciences and Technologies – Frontiers in Heritage Sciences, Paris, FR, 2/15/2019 Oral

Tokarski C., Proteomics applied to artworks: deciphering the molecular crosslinkings, Art Bio Matters, New York, USA, 11/09/2018 Invited speaker

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Tokarski C. Study of protein cross-linking in artworks using Bottom-up and Top-down proteomics, ISBA8, Jena, DE, 9/18/2018 Poster

Tokarski C., Deciphering organic network in artworks using top down and middle down approaches, 22 International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC), Florence, IT, 8/26/2018 Invited keynote lecture

Galluzzi, F., Arslanoglu J., Tokarski C. Study of protein cross-linking in artworks using Bottom-up and Top-down proteomics, Ancient Proteins@20, Cophenhagen,DK, 8/20/2018 Oral

Arslanoglu, J., Biologics in Art, Ancient Proteins@20, Copenhagen, DK, 8/19/2018 Invited Speaker

Tokarski C., Miniaturization of analytical workflows, from cultural heritage to medicine, Hygia conference, National Academy of Pharmacy, Paris, FR, 11/8/2017 Invited Speaker

Tokarski C., Arslanoglu, J., Art and Cultural Heritage natural polymers by bottom up and top down approaches, 5th TechnArt, Bilbao, ES, 5/3/2017 Invited keynote lecture

Opening

PALAEOPROTEOMICS SUMMER SCHOOL Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences at University of Copenhagen. 17-25 August 2023. Course director: Enrico Cappellini and Alberto Taurozzi. Teaching: Chemistry of Ancient Proteins. Caroline Tokarski
 

University of Pisa Summer School “Diagnosis in Heritage Science: 5. Focus on organic materials” – 10 – 14 July 2023. Course director: Erika Ribechini. Teaching : Proteomics applied to cultural heritage. Caroline Tokarski

 Bordeaux Summer School and MaSC Workshop and Meeting 2022, Organisation and Teaching, Caroline Tokarski, Aleksandra Popowich, Francesca Galluzzi
 
PALAEOPROTEOMICS SUMMER SCHOOL Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences at University of Copenhagen. 11-19 August 2022. Course director: Enrico Cappellini and Alberto Taurozzi. Teaching: Ancient protein crosslinks. Caroline Tokarski
 
Organisation of Les journées Scientifiques du Club Jeune de la FPS (French Proteomics Society), Bordeaux, 25-27 April 2022, Teaching: “Advanced Mass Spectrometry applied Cultural Heritage” Caroline Tokarski
 
Rencontres Club Jeunes de la Société Français de Spectrométrie du Mass, Pomeys, Lyon, 7-11 March 2022, Teaching: “Advanced Mass Spectrometry applied to Cultural Heritage” Caroline Tokarski
 
Archeomics CNRS- 24-16 January 2022. Organization: Eva-Maria Geigl. Teaching: Proteomics applied to archaeological and palaeontological objects. Caroline Tokarski
 
University of Pisa Summer School “Diagnosis in Heritage Science: 3. Focus on paintings” – 6-10 September 2021. Course director: Erika Ribechini. Teaching : Proteomics applied to cultural heritage. Caroline Tokarski
 
PALAEOPROTEOMICS SUMMER SCHOOL Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences at University of Copenhagen. 9-13 August 2021. Course director: Enrico Cappellini and Alberto Taurozzi. Teaching: Ancient protein crosslinks. Caroline Tokarski
 
INFRAIA IPERION HS 1st Doctoral Summer School “Excellence in heritage science for conservation and collection care research and access” 13-16 July 2021. Organization: Rocco Mazzeo, University of Bologna. Teaching: What can proteins tell us about Heritage. Caroline Tokarski
 
 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art and University of Bordeaux Publish Research Findings on Precise Characterization and Attribution of Ivory Museum Objects, The MET’s Press Release, March 2024.

Le Metropolitan Museum of Art de New York et l’Université de Bordeaux publient les résultats d’une recherche innovante sur la caractérisation et les origines d’objets d’art en ivoire provenant du musée, Communiqué de presse Université de Bordeaux, Mars 2024.

Bovine bone or whale tooth? Collagen reveals ivory origins, C2W International, March 2024.

La chimie au service de l’art,  Actualités – Université de Bordeaux, March 2024.

Cutting Through the Fat: Animal Species and Food Processing Techniques of Residues Found in Nineteenth-Century Edgefield Pottery, The MET’s Dispatch, January 2023.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Awarded Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to Pursue New Biomolecule Analysis Demonstrated on Chia Oil in Mexican Lacquerware and Paintings, The MET’s Press Release, February 2022.

National Endowment for the Humanities New Grants, The New York Times, January 2022.

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