Joseph Pesek
  • Department of Chemistry, San Jose State University, USA, USA,
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, University of California Los Angeles, USA, 1970

Current position

Prof., Analytical Chemistry, SAN JOSÉ STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

Publications (since 2010)

  1.  “The separation and analysis of symmetric and asymmetric dimethylarginine and other isobaric compounds using aqueous normal phase chromatography”, J. Chromatogr. A, 1441 (2016) 52-59.
  2.  “Robust HPLC-refractive index analysis of simple sugars in beverages using silica hydride columns”, J. Young, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, Current Nutrition & Food Sci., in press.
  3.  “Investigations into the separation behaviour of perfluorinated C8 and undecanoic acid modified silica hydride stationary phases”. C. Kulsing, Y. Yang, R. Sepehrifar, M. Lim, J. Toppete, M.T. Matyska, J.J Pesek, R.I Boysen, M.T. Hearn, Anal. Chim. Acta, in press. 
  4. “Evaluation of the dual retention properties of stationary phases based on silica hydride: Perfluorinated bonded material”. J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, H. Natekar, J. Sep. Sci., 39 (2016) 1050-1055. 
  5. “Improved sensitivity and specificity for trans-resveratrol in red wine analysis with HPLC-UV and LC-MS”. J.E. Young, M.V. Lim, J. Topete, H. Hang, M. Gahol, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, LCGC North America, 34 (2016) 205-213.
  6.  “Analysis of capsaicinoids in hot sauces using a silica hydride-based stationary phase”. J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyksa, M. Sieng, L.Doan, Current Chromatography, 3 (2016) 12-16. 
  7. “Analysis of glucosamine using aqueous normal phase chromatography”. J. Pesek, M. Matyska, A. Jimena, J. Juan, A. Jo, B. Beriose, LWT-Food Science and Technology, 65 (2015) 777-782. 
  8. “Ammonium fluoride as a mobile phase additive in aqueous normal phase chromatography”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, J. Chromatogr. A, 1401 (2015) 69-74. 
  9. “Analysis of ethyl glucuronide and ethyl sulfate using aqueous normal phase chromatography/mass spectrometry”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, A. Dang, J. Sep. Sci., 38 (2015) 1515-1520. 
  10. “Enantiomers separation by nano-liquid chromatography: Use of a novel-sub-2 µm vancomycin silica hydride stationary phase”, S. Rocchi, A. Rocco, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, D. Capitani, S. Fanali, J. Chromatogr. A, 1381 (2015) 149-159. 
  11. “Insights Into the Origin of the Separation Selectivity with Silica Hydride Adsorbents”, C. Kulsing, Y. Nolvachi, P. Marriott, R. Boysen, M. Matyska, J. Pesek, M. Hearn, J. Phys. Chem Part B, 119 (2015) 3063-3069. 
  12. “LC-MS compatible approaches for quantitation of limonin in citrus juice.”,J.E. Young, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska,, LCGC, 33 (2015) 192-199.
  13.  “Evaluation of stationary phases made by hydrosilation of alkynes on silica hydride”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, N. Salehi, Current Chromatography, 2 (2015) 41-47.
  14.  “Role of electrostatic contributions in the separation of peptides with silica hydride stationary phases”, C. Kulsing, Y. Yang, R.I. Boysen, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, M.T.W. Hearn, Anal. Methods, 7 (2015) 1578-1585. 
  15. “Prediction of the zeta potentials and ionic descriptors of a silica hydride stationary phase with mobile phases of different pH and ionic strength”, C. Kulsing, Y. Yang, M.T. Matyska, J.J Pesek, R.I. Boysen, M.T. Hearn, Anal. Chim. Acta, 859 (2015) 79-86.
  16.  “Determination of bisphenol A in receipts and carbon paper by HPLC-UV”, A. Dang, M. Sieng, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, J. Liq. Chromatogr. & Rel. Technol., 38 (2015) 438-442. 
  17. “Comparison of the performance of different silica hydride particles for the solid-phase extraction of non-volatile analytes from dark chocolate with analysis by gas chromatography-quadrupole mass spectrometry”, Y. Nolvachai, C. Kulsing, R.I. Boysen, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, P.J. Marriott, M.T.W. Hearn, Food Chemistry, 174 (2015) 434-439. 
  18. “Hydride-based stationary phases: A rapidly evolving technology for the development of new bio-analytical method”, J.J. Pesek, R.I. Boysen, M.T.W. Hearn, M.T. Matyska, Anal. Methods, 6 (2014) 4496-4503.
  19.  “Analysis of thiopurines using aqueous normal phase chromatography”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, J.E. Young, J. Pharm. Biomed. Anal., 95 (2014) 102-106. 
  20. “Correlation between zeta potential and analyte retention using ionic interaction descriptors for silica hydride-based stationary phases”, C. Kulsing, Y. Yang, C. Munera, C. Tse, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, R.I. Boysen, M.T.W. Hearn, Anal. Chim. Acta, 817 (2014) 48-60.
  21.  “Why development of new HPLC column technology is still alive”, J.E. Young, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, Chimica Oggi, 32 (2014) 8-12. 
  22. “Study of hydration processes on silica hydride surfaces by microcalorimetry and water adsorption”, S. Bocian, G. Rychlicki, M. Matyska, J. Pesek, B. Buszewski, J. Coll. Interface Sci., 416 (2014) 161-166. 
  23. “Evaluation of silica hydride-based stationary phases for the analysis of drugs of abuse”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, A. Kim, J. Sep. Sci., 36 (2013) 2760-2766.  
  24. “Separation of 1,3-dimethylamylamine and other polar compounds in dietary supplement formulation using aqueous normal phase chromatography with mass spectrometry”, R. Le, J.E. Young, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, J. Sep. Sci., 36 (2013) 2578-2583. 
  25. “The use of aqueous normal phase chromatography as an analytical tool for food analysis. Determination of histamine as a model system”, A. Dang, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, Food Chemistry, 141 (2013) 4226-4230. 
  26. “Analysis of polar peptides by high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry using a silica hydride-based stationary phase”, Y. Yang, R.I. Boysen, J. Chowdhury, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, J. Young,M.T.W. Hearn, submitted for publication 
  27. “Achieving simultaneous chromatographic separation of hydrophobic and polar bases using a silica hydride stationary phase”, Y. Yang, M.T. Matyska, R.I. Boysen, J.J. Pesek, M.T.W. Hearn, J. Sep. Sci., accepted for publication. 
  28. “Separation differences among phenyl hydride, undecanoyl cholesterol, and bidentate C8 stationary phases for stability indicating methods of tetracyclines”, J. E. Young, S.E. Yoc, A.K.Azad, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, J. Liq. Chromatogr. & Rel. Technol., 36 (2013) 926-942.
  29.  “LC-MS-Compatible separation of polar compounds using silica hydride columns”, J.E. Young, H.N. Nguyen, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, LCGC North America, 31(2013) 144-157. 
  30. “Simulation of the chromatographic process in HPLC employing HR/MAS NMR spectroscopy – comparison of the surface accessibility of two C18 stationary phases”, H. Yeman, T. Nicholson, J. Pesek, M. Matyska, K. Albert, J. Sep. Sci., 36 (2013) 173-181.
  31.  “Aqueous normal phase chromatography using silica hydride-based stationary phases”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, R.I. Boysen, Y. Yang, M.T.W. Hearn, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 42 (2013) 64-73. 
  32. “The influence of the organic modifier in hydro-organic mobile phase on separation selectivity of steroid hormones separation using cholesterol-bonded stationary phases”, S. Bocian, J. Soukup, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, P. Jandera, B. Buszewski, J. Chromatogr. A, 1245 (2012) 90-97. 
  33. “Silica hydride-based chromatography of LC-MS response altering compounds native to human plasma”, R. MacNeill, R. Stromeyer, B. Urbanowicz, V. Acharya, M. Moussaille, J.J. Pesek, Bioanalysis, 4 (2012) 2877-2886. 
  34. “How silica hydride HPLC columns can benefit the modern pharmaceutical laboratory”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, J.E. Young, Separation Science, 4 (2012) 11-15. 
  35. “Green HPLC is better and easier than you think”, J. Pesek, B. Ciccone, Chromatography Today 5 (2012) 31-35. 
  36. “Time dependant column performance of cholesterol based stationary phases for HPLC by LC characterization and solid state NMR spectroscopy”, H. Yeman, V. Friebolin, L. Steinhauser, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, K. Albert, J. Sep. Sci., 35 (2012) 1582-1588. 
  37. “Determination of accessible silanols groups on silica gel surfaces using microcalorimetric measurements”, B. Buszewski, S. Bocian, G. Rychlicki, M. Matyska, J. Pesek, J. Chromatogr. A 1232 (2012) 43-46.
  38.  “Analysis of cycloserine and related compounds using aqueous normal phase chromatography/mass spectrometry”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, A. Dang, J. Pharm. Biomed. Anal., 64-65 (2012) 72-76. 
  39. “A New Approach to Bioanalysis: Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography with Silica Hydride Stationary Phases,” J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, Bioanalysis, 4 (2012) 845-853.
  40.  “Improvement of Peak Shape in Aqueous Normal Phase Analysis of Anionic Metabolites”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, S.M. Fischer, J. Sep. Sci., 34 (2011) 3509-3516. 
  41. “Simultaneous separation of hydrophobic and hydrophilic peptides with a silica hydride stationary phase using aqueous normal phase conditions”, R.I. Boysen, Y. Yang, J. Chowdhury, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, M.T.W. Hearn, J. Chromatogr. A,. 1218 (2011) 8021-8026. 
  42. “Study of solvation processes on cholesterol bonded phases”, S. Bocian, M. Matyska, J. Pesek, B. Buszewski, J. Chromatogr. A, 1218 (2011) 441-448.  
  43. “Aqueous Normal Phase Chromatography. The Bridge between Reversed-Phase and HILIC”, J.J. Pesek and M.T. Matyska, in Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography (HILIC) and Advanced Applications, P.G. Wang, W. He, eds., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA, 2011, pp 1-26. 
  44. “Synthesis of a Preparative C30 Stationary Phase on a Silica Hydride Surface and its Application to Carotenoid Separation”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, P. Lee, J. Liq. Chromatogr. & Rel Technol., 34 (2011) 231-240. 
  45.  “Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography of Small Polar Molecules using Etched, Chemically Modified Capillaries”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, M. Nshanian, Electrophoresis, 32 (2011) 1728-1734.  
  46. “Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Compatible Approaches for the Quantitation of Folic Acid in Fortified Juices and Cereals using Aqueous Normal Phase Conditions,” J.E. Young, M.T. Matyska, J.J. Pesek, J. Chromatogr. A, 1218 (2011) 2121-2126.
  47.  “Recent Developments in Type C Stationary Phases: Exploiting the Versatility of Silica Hydride Materials”, J.J. Pesek, M.T. Matyska, Chromatography Today, 3 (2010) 24-26.
1 Protocol published
Separation of Natural Collagen Crosslinks Using Buffer and Ion-pairing Agent Free Solvents on Silica Hydride Column for Mass Spectrometry Detection
Authors:  Rafea Naffa and Joseph Pesek, date: 05/05/2019, view: 323, Q&A: 0
In this protocol we describe the separation of collagen crosslinks in biological tissues and samples including skin, tendon, cartilage, bone and urine. The existing methods use either cation exchange chromatography followed by post-column ...
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