Measurement of Phosphorylated Peptides with Absolute Quantification.
Quantitative Proteomics by Mass Spectrometry
Methods in molecular biology, January 2016
Raven J. Reddy, Timothy G. Curran, Yi Zhang, Forest M. White
Mass spectrometry, when coupled to on-line separation such as liquid chromatography or capillary electrophoresis, enables the identification and quantification of protein expression and post-translational modification changes under diverse conditions. To date most of the methods for mass spectrometry-based quantification have either provided relative quantification information (e.g., comparison to a selected condition) or utilized one-point calibration curves, or calibration curves in a different biological matrix. Although these quantitative methods have been used to generate insight into the differences between biological samples, additional biological insight could be gained by accurately measuring the absolute quantity of selected proteins and protein modifications. To address this challenge, we have developed the MARQUIS (Multiplex Absolute Regressed Quantification with Internal Standards) method, designed to provide absolute quantification for potentially hundreds of peptides across multiple samples in a single analysis, using a multi-point internal calibration curve derived from synthetic, isotopically distinct standard peptides.
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