B American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 2017 J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. (2017) 28:1739Y1740 DOI: 10.1007/s13361-017-1729-5 FOCUS: USING ELECTRONS AND RADICAL CHEMISTRY TO CHARACTERIZE BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES: EDITORIAL Focus Honoring Dr. Kristina BKicki^ Håkansson, Recipient of the 2016 Biemann Medal t is a pleasure to introduce a special focus of the Journal of Ithe American Society for Mass Spectrometry to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2016 Biemann Medalist, Dr. Kristina (Kicki) Håkansson. This issue contains articles around the theme “Using electrons and radical chemistry to characterize biological molecules.” The eight articles cover the following topics: use of electron detachment dissociation or electron transfer dissociation to character- ize modifications of biomolecules; development of new solution-phase or gas-phase methods to characterize peptides; top-down sequencing using electron transfer dissociation or electron capture dissociation for protein characterization; and use of high-resolution native top-down mass spectrometry to characterize protein complexes. I thank all the authors and reviewers for helping this issue come to fruition. For readers to learn more about Kicki’s background and motivations, an Binterview^ format has been adopted. Interview with Kristina Håkansson: Q: Many of us were inspired to pursue science by our high school teachers. What were your chemistry teachers like at
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