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Article Title: Photoactivatable Cell-Selective Dinuclear trans-Diazidoplatinum(IV) Anticancer Prodrugs
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Mass Spectrometry:

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    Microbial IMS images for selected metabolites of P. aeruginosa grown on ISP2. The top row displays optical images. The other images are falsely colored m/z distributions overlaying optical images. Fold changes were calculated based upon <t>LC-MS/MS</t> <t>data.</t> (Left) The disruption of phenazine biosynthesis in the phzF2 transposon mutant causes production changes of specialized metabolite families. This includes decreases in phenazine (except for PCN), quinolone, and pyoverdine production. Production of the rhamnolipids and pyochelin was increased. Unknown metabolites, m/z 275 and 277, were produced only by the phzF2 mutant. (Right) PCN was added to cultures of PAO1 since it was the only phenazine produced at larger amounts by the phzF2 mutant. This led to increased production of the phenazines 1-HP, PYO, and 5-MPCA and decreased production of PCA. Both pyochelin and pyoverdine production were decreased. Neither quinolone nor rhamnolipid production was significantly affected, indicating that the change in siderophore production was independent of rhl and AQ signaling pathways. *ND, not detected in the extraction and subsequent LC-MS/MS <t>analysis.</t> An asterisk denotes sodium salt.
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    LC-MS of protein standard mixture prepared following Protocol 5a and separated on a Dionex UPLC with a Thermo Orbitrap Elite system using PLRP-S stationary phase. Final concentrations of each protein loaded onto the column were 0.14 pmol ubiquitin, 0.49 pmol trypsinogen, 1.09 pmol myoglobin and 0.64 pmol carbonic anhydrase (top). Summary of S/N values calculated for each protein on all instrumentation platforms using the given SOP (bottom) including Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo Orbitrap Elite, Waters Acquity–Xevo G2-S QTOF, Waters nanoAcquity–Bruker Impact II QTOF, Waters nanoAcquity–Bruker <t>SolariX</t> <t>FT-ICR,</t> Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo Fusion Lumos, and Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo QE-HF. As described, S/N calculations differ per manufacturer and do not reflect absolute performance.
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    UPLC analysis of the N- glycome of <t>HepG2</t> secretome. The N -glycome from secretome of untreated HepG2 cells was separated into 20 chromatographic peaks (GP6-GP24) by hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC). The structures of the N -glycans present in each peak were characterized by fractionation and subsequent MALDI-TOF-MS and <t>LC-ESI-MS(/MS)</t> analysis (see Suppl. Table 1 ). GP = glycan peak.
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    Microbial IMS images for selected metabolites of P. aeruginosa grown on ISP2. The top row displays optical images. The other images are falsely colored m/z distributions overlaying optical images. Fold changes were calculated based upon LC-MS/MS data. (Left) The disruption of phenazine biosynthesis in the phzF2 transposon mutant causes production changes of specialized metabolite families. This includes decreases in phenazine (except for PCN), quinolone, and pyoverdine production. Production of the rhamnolipids and pyochelin was increased. Unknown metabolites, m/z 275 and 277, were produced only by the phzF2 mutant. (Right) PCN was added to cultures of PAO1 since it was the only phenazine produced at larger amounts by the phzF2 mutant. This led to increased production of the phenazines 1-HP, PYO, and 5-MPCA and decreased production of PCA. Both pyochelin and pyoverdine production were decreased. Neither quinolone nor rhamnolipid production was significantly affected, indicating that the change in siderophore production was independent of rhl and AQ signaling pathways. *ND, not detected in the extraction and subsequent LC-MS/MS analysis. An asterisk denotes sodium salt.

    Journal: Journal of Bacteriology

    Article Title: Impact of a Transposon Insertion in phzF2 on the Specialized Metabolite Production and Interkingdom Interactions of Pseudomonas aeruginosa

    doi: 10.1128/JB.01258-13

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Microbial IMS images for selected metabolites of P. aeruginosa grown on ISP2. The top row displays optical images. The other images are falsely colored m/z distributions overlaying optical images. Fold changes were calculated based upon LC-MS/MS data. (Left) The disruption of phenazine biosynthesis in the phzF2 transposon mutant causes production changes of specialized metabolite families. This includes decreases in phenazine (except for PCN), quinolone, and pyoverdine production. Production of the rhamnolipids and pyochelin was increased. Unknown metabolites, m/z 275 and 277, were produced only by the phzF2 mutant. (Right) PCN was added to cultures of PAO1 since it was the only phenazine produced at larger amounts by the phzF2 mutant. This led to increased production of the phenazines 1-HP, PYO, and 5-MPCA and decreased production of PCA. Both pyochelin and pyoverdine production were decreased. Neither quinolone nor rhamnolipid production was significantly affected, indicating that the change in siderophore production was independent of rhl and AQ signaling pathways. *ND, not detected in the extraction and subsequent LC-MS/MS analysis. An asterisk denotes sodium salt.

    Article Snippet: LC-MS/MS data analysis was performed using Bruker Daltronics DataAnalysis v4.1 (Build 362.7).

    Techniques: Liquid Chromatography with Mass Spectroscopy, Mass Spectrometry, Mutagenesis, Produced

    LC-MS of protein standard mixture prepared following Protocol 5a and separated on a Dionex UPLC with a Thermo Orbitrap Elite system using PLRP-S stationary phase. Final concentrations of each protein loaded onto the column were 0.14 pmol ubiquitin, 0.49 pmol trypsinogen, 1.09 pmol myoglobin and 0.64 pmol carbonic anhydrase (top). Summary of S/N values calculated for each protein on all instrumentation platforms using the given SOP (bottom) including Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo Orbitrap Elite, Waters Acquity–Xevo G2-S QTOF, Waters nanoAcquity–Bruker Impact II QTOF, Waters nanoAcquity–Bruker SolariX FT-ICR, Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo Fusion Lumos, and Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo QE-HF. As described, S/N calculations differ per manufacturer and do not reflect absolute performance.

    Journal: Nature Methods

    Article Title: Best practices and benchmarks for intact protein analysis for top-down mass spectrometry

    doi: 10.1038/s41592-019-0457-0

    Figure Lengend Snippet: LC-MS of protein standard mixture prepared following Protocol 5a and separated on a Dionex UPLC with a Thermo Orbitrap Elite system using PLRP-S stationary phase. Final concentrations of each protein loaded onto the column were 0.14 pmol ubiquitin, 0.49 pmol trypsinogen, 1.09 pmol myoglobin and 0.64 pmol carbonic anhydrase (top). Summary of S/N values calculated for each protein on all instrumentation platforms using the given SOP (bottom) including Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo Orbitrap Elite, Waters Acquity–Xevo G2-S QTOF, Waters nanoAcquity–Bruker Impact II QTOF, Waters nanoAcquity–Bruker SolariX FT-ICR, Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo Fusion Lumos, and Dionex Ultimate 3000–Thermo QE-HF. As described, S/N calculations differ per manufacturer and do not reflect absolute performance.

    Article Snippet: Samples were prepared following the given SOP and separated using PLRP-S on a Waters nanoAcquity coupled to (a.) a Bruker impact II QTOF and (b.) a Bruker SolariX FT-ICR MS. LC-MS of protein standard mixture run on a Dionex UPLC coupled to three different orbitrap mass spectrometers.

    Techniques: Liquid Chromatography with Mass Spectroscopy

    UPLC analysis of the N- glycome of HepG2 secretome. The N -glycome from secretome of untreated HepG2 cells was separated into 20 chromatographic peaks (GP6-GP24) by hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC). The structures of the N -glycans present in each peak were characterized by fractionation and subsequent MALDI-TOF-MS and LC-ESI-MS(/MS) analysis (see Suppl. Table 1 ). GP = glycan peak.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: DNA hypomethylation upregulates expression of the MGAT3 gene in HepG2 cells and leads to changes in N-glycosylation of secreted glycoproteins

    doi: 10.1038/srep24363

    Figure Lengend Snippet: UPLC analysis of the N- glycome of HepG2 secretome. The N -glycome from secretome of untreated HepG2 cells was separated into 20 chromatographic peaks (GP6-GP24) by hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC). The structures of the N -glycans present in each peak were characterized by fractionation and subsequent MALDI-TOF-MS and LC-ESI-MS(/MS) analysis (see Suppl. Table 1 ). GP = glycan peak.

    Article Snippet: LC-ESI-MS(/MS) data analysis Data acquired from the LC-ESI-MS/MS was analysed for the varying HepG2 fractions using DataAnalysis 4.0 SP4 Build 281 (Bruker Daltonics).

    Techniques: Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography, Fractionation, Mass Spectrometry

    Milk protein profiling by LC-ESI-MS of a Bactrian camel milk from the Shymkent region. Eleven major milk protein fractions were identified from RP-HPLC profile ( 3.A ) in the following order: glycosylated κ-CN A and B (I), non-glycosylated κ-CN A and B (II), WAP (III), shorter (∆ex16 and 13′) + short (∆ex16) isoforms of α s1 -CN A and C (IV and V), α-LAC + α s1 -CN A and C + (VI), α s2 -CN* (VII), PGRP + α s2 -CN* (VIII), LPO/CSA (IX), β-CN A and B (X) and γ 2 -CN A and B (XI). Multicharged-ions spectrum from compounds contained in fraction III ( 3.B ). After deconvolution ( 3.C ) the spectrum shows the presence of cognate camel WAP A-0P (12,546 Da) and 1P (12,644 Da) indicated in black, and molecular masses corresponding to a new WAP variant (named B) without (12,596 Da) and with (12,676 Da) one phosphate group, indicated in red. *Splicing variants of αs2-CN with different phosphorylation levels (Ryskaliyeva et al., submitted)

    Journal: BMC Genetics

    Article Title: The main WAP isoform usually found in camel milk arises from the usage of an improbable intron cryptic splice site in the precursor to mRNA in which a GC-AG intron occurs

    doi: 10.1186/s12863-018-0704-x

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Milk protein profiling by LC-ESI-MS of a Bactrian camel milk from the Shymkent region. Eleven major milk protein fractions were identified from RP-HPLC profile ( 3.A ) in the following order: glycosylated κ-CN A and B (I), non-glycosylated κ-CN A and B (II), WAP (III), shorter (∆ex16 and 13′) + short (∆ex16) isoforms of α s1 -CN A and C (IV and V), α-LAC + α s1 -CN A and C + (VI), α s2 -CN* (VII), PGRP + α s2 -CN* (VIII), LPO/CSA (IX), β-CN A and B (X) and γ 2 -CN A and B (XI). Multicharged-ions spectrum from compounds contained in fraction III ( 3.B ). After deconvolution ( 3.C ) the spectrum shows the presence of cognate camel WAP A-0P (12,546 Da) and 1P (12,644 Da) indicated in black, and molecular masses corresponding to a new WAP variant (named B) without (12,596 Da) and with (12,676 Da) one phosphate group, indicated in red. *Splicing variants of αs2-CN with different phosphorylation levels (Ryskaliyeva et al., submitted)

    Article Snippet: This single base substitution corresponds to a V/M amino acid substitution in position 12 of the mature protein, in agreement with the mass difference of 32 Da (V12 M, 99 Da = > 131 Da), found between WAP variants detected in LC-ESI-MS. We propose to name the camel WAP (V12) described by Beg et al. [ ] as variant A and the newly identified variant (M12) as variant B. Consequently, molecular masses observed by LC-ESI-MS (12,596 Da, 12,676 Da) precisely correspond to unphosphorylated and phosphorylated (1P) isoforms of WAP variant B, respectively.

    Techniques: Mass Spectrometry, High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Variant Assay