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Evaluation of a Solid-Supported Tagging Strategy for Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Peptides

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JournalAcs combinatorial science
DatePublished - 13 Feb 2012
Issue number2
Volume14
Number of pages4
Pages (from-to)97-100
Original languageEnglish

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We have explored to divinylb,enzene cross-linked polystyrene supports for use in a solid-supported N-terminal peptide tagging strategy. Resin-bound tags designed to be cleaved in a single step at the N-terminus of peptides have been devised and explored as peptide N-terminal tagging reagents (constructs) for subsequent mass spectrometric analysis. While the brominated tagging approach shows promise, the use of these specific solid supports has drawbacks in terms of tagging reaction scale, for real applications in proteomics.

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