Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

University of Georgia

H-index: 20

North America-United States

About Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann, With an exceptional h-index of 20 and a recent h-index of 16 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Georgia, specializes in the field of glycobiology, separations science, mass spectrometry, glycosaminoglycans.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Abstract 2338 Development of Methods for Identification and Quantification of Glycoconjugates

Knockout of the intellectual disability-linked gene Hs6st2 in mice decreases heparan sulfate 6-O-sulfation, impairs dendritic spines of hippocampal neurons, and …

Association of four differently processed diets with plasma and urine advanced glycation end products and serum soluble receptor for advanced glycation end products …

Toward Automatic Inference of Glycan Linkages Using MSn and Machine Learning─Proof of Concept Using Sialic Acid Linkages

Fucosylated glycoproteins and fucosylated glycolipids play opposing roles in cholera intoxication

Avian influenza A viruses exhibit plasticity in sialylglycoconjugate receptor usage in human lung cells

Phosphonated glycans as post-translational modifications of proteins in velvet worm slime

Involvement of the Streptococcus mutans PgfE and GalE 4-epimerases in protein glycosylation, carbon metabolism, and cell division

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann Information

University

University of Georgia

Position

Complex Carbohydrate Research Center;

Citations(all)

1627

Citations(since 2020)

1414

Cited By

554

hIndex(all)

20

hIndex(since 2020)

16

i10Index(all)

25

i10Index(since 2020)

21

Email

University Profile Page

University of Georgia

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann Skills & Research Interests

glycobiology

separations science

mass spectrometry

glycosaminoglycans

Top articles of Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

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Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Abstract 2338 Development of Methods for Identification and Quantification of Glycoconjugates

Journal of Biological Chemistry

Parastoo Azadi

Mehrnoush Ghahfarrokhi

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Christian Heiss

2024/3/1

Knockout of the intellectual disability-linked gene Hs6st2 in mice decreases heparan sulfate 6-O-sulfation, impairs dendritic spines of hippocampal neurons, and …

Glycobiology

Sohyun Moon

Hiu Ham Lee

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Naoko Nagai

Zainab Mubasher

...

2024/2

Association of four differently processed diets with plasma and urine advanced glycation end products and serum soluble receptor for advanced glycation end products …

Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition

Siobhan Bridglalsingh

Stephanie Archer‐Hartmann

Parastoo Azadi

Claire Barbier de La Serre

Rebecca L Remillard

...

2024/1/27

Toward Automatic Inference of Glycan Linkages Using MSn and Machine Learning─Proof of Concept Using Sialic Acid Linkages

Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry

Xinyi Ni

Nathan B Murray

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Lauren E Pepi

Richard F Helm

...

2023/8/24

Fucosylated glycoproteins and fucosylated glycolipids play opposing roles in cholera intoxication

bioRxiv

Atossa C Ghorashi

Andrew Boucher

Stephanie A Archer-Hartmann

Nathan B Murray

Rohit Sai Reddy Konada

...

2023/8/3

Avian influenza A viruses exhibit plasticity in sialylglycoconjugate receptor usage in human lung cells

Journal of virology

Chieh-Yu Liang

Iris Huang

Julianna Han

Boopathi Sownthirarajan

Katarina Kulhankova

...

2023/11/30

Phosphonated glycans as post-translational modifications of proteins in velvet worm slime

Alexander Poulhazan

Alexander Baer

Gagan Daliaho

Frederic Mentink-Vigier

Alexandre Arnold

...

2023/3/17

Involvement of the Streptococcus mutans PgfE and GalE 4-epimerases in protein glycosylation, carbon metabolism, and cell division

Glycobiology

Silke Andresen

Nicholas de Mojana di Cologna

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Ashley M Rogers

Sandip Samaddar

...

2023/3

Post‐translational modification by the Pgf glycosylation machinery modulates Streptococcus mutans OMZ175 physiology and virulence

Molecular Microbiology

Nicholas de Mojana di Cologna

Silke Andresen

Sandip Samaddar

Stephanie Archer‐Hartmann

Ashley Marie Rogers

...

2023/11/16

Peculiar phosphonate modifications of velvet worm slime revealed by advanced nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometry

Journal of the American Chemical Society

Alexandre Poulhazan

Alexander Baer

Gagan Daliaho

Frederic Mentink-Vigier

Alexandre A Arnold

...

2023/9/18

Post-translational modification by the Pgf glycosylation machinery modulates Streptococcus mutans physiology and virulence

bioRxiv

Nicholas de Mojana di Cologna

Silke Andresen

Sandip Samaddar

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Tridib Ganguly

...

2022/10/10

Pregnancy enables antibody protection against intracellular infection

Nature

John J Erickson

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Alexander E Yarawsky

Jeanette LC Miller

Stephanie Seveau

...

2022/6/23

Isolation and Compositional Analysis of Glycosaminoglycans

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Lauren E Pepi

Christian Heiss

Parastoo Azadi

2022/11/15

Impact of Specific N-Glycan Modifications on the Use of Plant-Produced SARS-CoV-2 Antigens in Serological Assays

Engineering the Plant Biofactory for the Production of Biologics and Small-Molecule Medicines-Volume 2

Domenico De Martinis

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Linda Avesani

Richard Strasser

2022/8/3

Offspring of obese dams exhibit sex-differences in pancreatic heparan sulfate glycosaminoglycans and islet insulin secretion

Frontiers in Endocrinology

Jose Casasnovas

Christopher Luke Damron

James Jarrell

Kara S Orr

Robert N Bone

...

2021/5/24

L-SIGN is a receptor on liver sinusoidal endothelial cells for SARS-CoV-2 virus

JCI insight

Yuji Kondo

Jason L Larabee

Liang Gao

Huiping Shi

Bojing Shao

...

2021/7/7

Slc35a1 deficiency causes thrombocytopenia due to impaired megakaryocytopoiesis and excessive platelet clearance in the liver

Haematologica

Xiaolin Ma

Yun Li

Yuji Kondo

Huiping Shi

Jingjing Han

...

2021/3/3

Comprehensive characterization of N-and O-glycosylation of SARS-CoV-2 human receptor angiotensin converting enzyme 2

Glycobiology

Asif Shajahan

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann

Nitin T Supekar

Anne S Gleinich

Christian Heiss

...

2021/4

Protocols for isolating and characterizing polysaccharides from plant cell walls: a case study using rhamnogalacturonan-II

Biotechnology for biofuels

William J Barnes

Sabina Koj

Ian M Black

Stephanie A Archer-Hartmann

Parastoo Azadi

...

2021/6/22

Engineered glycomaterial implants orchestrate large-scale functional repair of brain tissue chronically after severe traumatic brain injury

Science Advances

Charles-Francois V Latchoumane

Martha I Betancur

Gregory A Simchick

Min Kyoung Sun

Rameen Forghani

...

2021/3/5

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Stephanie Archer-Hartmann FAQs

What is Stephanie Archer-Hartmann's h-index at University of Georgia?

The h-index of Stephanie Archer-Hartmann has been 16 since 2020 and 20 in total.

What are Stephanie Archer-Hartmann's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Abstract 2338 Development of Methods for Identification and Quantification of Glycoconjugates

Knockout of the intellectual disability-linked gene Hs6st2 in mice decreases heparan sulfate 6-O-sulfation, impairs dendritic spines of hippocampal neurons, and …

Association of four differently processed diets with plasma and urine advanced glycation end products and serum soluble receptor for advanced glycation end products …

Toward Automatic Inference of Glycan Linkages Using MSn and Machine Learning─Proof of Concept Using Sialic Acid Linkages

Fucosylated glycoproteins and fucosylated glycolipids play opposing roles in cholera intoxication

Avian influenza A viruses exhibit plasticity in sialylglycoconjugate receptor usage in human lung cells

Phosphonated glycans as post-translational modifications of proteins in velvet worm slime

Involvement of the Streptococcus mutans PgfE and GalE 4-epimerases in protein glycosylation, carbon metabolism, and cell division

...

are the top articles of Stephanie Archer-Hartmann at University of Georgia.

What are Stephanie Archer-Hartmann's research interests?

The research interests of Stephanie Archer-Hartmann are: glycobiology, separations science, mass spectrometry, glycosaminoglycans

What is Stephanie Archer-Hartmann's total number of citations?

Stephanie Archer-Hartmann has 1,627 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Stephanie Archer-Hartmann?

The co-authors of Stephanie Archer-Hartmann are Robert Linhardt, Kelley Moremen, Scott Commins, Christian Heiss.

Co-Authors

H-index: 137
Robert Linhardt

Robert Linhardt

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

H-index: 66
Kelley Moremen

Kelley Moremen

University of Georgia

H-index: 45
Scott Commins

Scott Commins

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

H-index: 33
Christian Heiss

Christian Heiss

University of Georgia

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