One-step peptide backbone dissociations in negative-ion free radical initiated peptide sequencing mass spectrometry

Jihye Lee, Hyeyeon Park, Hyuksu Kwon, Gyemin Kwon, Aeran Jeon, Hugh I. Kim, Bong June Sung, Bongjin Moon, Han Bin Oh

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Peptide dissociation behavior in TEMPO (2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine-1- oxyl)-based FRIPS (free radical initiated peptide sequencing) mass spectrometry was analyzed in both positive-and negative-ion modes for a number of peptides including angiotensin II, kinetensin, glycoprotein IIb fragment (296-306), des-Pro 2 -bradykinin, and ubiquitin tryptic fragment (43-48). In the positive mode, the ·Bz-C(O)-peptide radical species was produced exclusively at the initial collisional activation of o-TEMPO-Bz-C(O)-peptides, and two consecutive applications of collisional activation were needed to observe peptide backbone fragments. In contrast, in the negative-ion mode, a single application of collisional activation to o-TEMPO-Bz-C(O)-peptides produced extensive peptide backbone fragmentations as well as ·Bz-C(O)-peptide radical species. This result indicates that the duty cycle in the TEMPO-based FRIPS mass spectrometry can be reduced by one-half in the negative-ion mode. In addition, the fragment ions observed in the negative-ion experiments were mainly of the a-, c-, x-, and z-types, indicating that radical-driven tandem mass spectrometry was mainly responsible for the TEMPO-based FRIPS even with a single application of collisional activation. Furthermore, the survival fraction analysis of o-TEMPO-Bz-C(O)-peptides was made as a function of the applied normalized collision energy (NCE). This helped us to better understand the differences in FRIPS behavior between the positive-and negative-ion modes in terms of dissociation energetics. The duty-cycle improvement made in the present study provides a cornerstone for future research aiming to achieve a single-step FRIPS in the positive-ion mode.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)7044-7051
Number of pages8
JournalAnalytical chemistry
Volume85
Issue number15
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013 Aug 6
Externally publishedYes

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Free Radicals
Mass spectrometry
Negative ions
Peptides
Chemical activation
Positive ions
Peptide Fragments
Bradykinin
Ubiquitin
Angiotensin II
TEMPO
Glycoproteins
Ions

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One-step peptide backbone dissociations in negative-ion free radical initiated peptide sequencing mass spectrometry. / Lee, Jihye; Park, Hyeyeon; Kwon, Hyuksu; Kwon, Gyemin; Jeon, Aeran; Kim, Hugh I.; Sung, Bong June; Moon, Bongjin; Oh, Han Bin.

In: Analytical chemistry, Vol. 85, No. 15, 06.08.2013, p. 7044-7051.

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Lee, Jihye ; Park, Hyeyeon ; Kwon, Hyuksu ; Kwon, Gyemin ; Jeon, Aeran ; Kim, Hugh I. ; Sung, Bong June ; Moon, Bongjin ; Oh, Han Bin. / One-step peptide backbone dissociations in negative-ion free radical initiated peptide sequencing mass spectrometry. In: Analytical chemistry. 2013 ; Vol. 85, No. 15. pp. 7044-7051.
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