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000200080 245__ $$aIdentification of Tyrosine-Phosphorylated Peptides Using Cold Ion Spectroscopy
000200080 260__ $$aWashington$$bAmer Chemical Soc$$c2014
000200080 269__ $$a2014
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000200080 520__ $$aThe accurate and unambiguous detection of post-translational modifications in proteins and peptides remains a challenging task. We report here the use of cold ion spectroscopy for the identification of phosphorylated tyrosine residues in peptides. This approach employs the wavelength-specific UV fragmentation of cryogenically cooled protonated peptides in the gas phase. In addition to the appearance of specific photofragments, the phosphorylation of tyrosine induces large spectral shifts of the peptide electronic band origins. Quantum chemical calculations and experiments together suggest a certain generality of the use of such shifts in the spectroscopic identification of phosphotyrosines. The enhanced selectivity offered by the joint application of wavelength-specific fragmentation and mass spectrometry of cold molecules can also be used in the identifications of aromatic residues in protonated peptides and, potentially, of other UV-absorbing groups in a variety of large polyatomic ions.
000200080 700__ $$0246389$$aKopysov, Vladimir$$g221741
000200080 700__ $$0242816$$aNagornova, Natalia S.$$g176885
000200080 700__ $$0242817$$aBoyarkin, Oleg V.$$g104570
000200080 773__ $$q140624084934005$$tJournal of the American Chemical Society
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