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Titolo: Mass spectrometric analysis of combinatorial peptide libraries derived from the tandem repeat unit of MUC2 mucin.
Anno di pubblicazione: 2003
Autori: Schlosser G, Takats Z, Vekey K, Pocsfalvi G, Malorni A, Windberg E, Kiss A, Hudecz F.
Abstract: Four 19-member synthetic peptide libraries, based on the TX1TX2T epitope motif of the mucin-2 gastrointestinal glycoprotein (MUC2) and ranging in peptide length from dipeptides to 15-mers (XT, TXT, TQTXT and KVTPTPTPTGTQTXT), were synthesized by combinatorial solid phase peptide synthesis using the portioning-mixing combinatorial approach, and analysed by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry at different (1000-10000) resolutions. Most of the components of the individual libraries could be easily identified in a single-stage molecular mass screening experiment. The resolving power of the instrument becomes an important factor above 800-1000 Da molecular mass, when predominantly multiply charged molecular ions are formed. Approaches to the identification of isobars (glutamine/lysine), isomers leucine/isoleucine) and sequence variations by tandem mass spectrometry, and/or by high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry are outlined.
Pagine da: 361
Pagine a: 374
Journal of peptide science
John Wiley & Sons,
Numero volume: 9(6):
Altre informazioni: 1
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