Preparation of a peptide template for the SRM method by means of in vitro phosphorylation View Full Text


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2015-10

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M. G. Zavialova, V. G. Zgoda, O. N. Kharybin, E. N. Nikolayev

ABSTRACT

Phosphorylation is one of the most common and the most important posttranslational modifications (PTM) of proteins. The study of protein phosphoforms is complicated by their low abundance in analyzed biological samples compared with the abundance of corresponding unmodified proteins. The method of selected reactions monitoring (SRM) allows to perform very sensitive and selective PTM analysis with high specificity and sensitivity. Using myelin basic protein (MBP) as a model we have developed a method for phosphoprotein detection by SRM. The method is based on obtaining phosphoproteins in a reconstituted kinase system and following usage of tryptic fragments of the phosphorylated protein as a template for the development of the SRM method. The developed method has been successfully applied for detection of phosphopeptides of myelin basic protein in human brain glioma samples. More... »

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343-350

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