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Campylobacter concisus UNSWCD GeLC-MSMS


ABSTRACT: Washed three times in NaCl (150 mM). Cells were resuspended in 1 ml TSU buffer (50 mM Tris pH 8.0, 0.1% SDS, 2.5 M urea) and lysed by two freeze-thaw cycles in liquid nitrogen. Lysate proteins (40 ug) were separated and digested. Digested peptides were separated by nano-LC using an Ultimate 3000 HPLC and autosampler system (Dionex; Amsterdam, Netherlands). Samples (1 ul) were concentrated and desalted onto a micro C18 pre-column (500 um×2 mm, Michrom Bioresources; Auburn, CA, USA) with H2O:CH3CN (98:2, 0.05% trifluoroacetic acid) at 15 ul min−1. After a 4 min wash the pre-column was switched (Valco 10 port valve; Dionex) into line with a fritless nano column (75 u×~10 cm) containing C18 media (5 u, 200 A Magic; Michrom) manufactured according to Gatlin. Peptides were eluted using a linear gradient of H2O:CH3CN (98:2, 0.1% formic acid) to H2O:CH3CN (64:36, 0.1% formic acid) at 250 nl min−1 over 30 min. High voltage (2000 V) was applied to low volume tee (Upchurch Scientific) and the column tip positioned ~0.5 cm from the heated capillary (T = 280 degrees C) of an Orbitrap Velos (Thermo Electron; Bremen, Germany) mass spectrometer. Positive ions were generated by electrospray and the Orbitrap operated in data dependent acquisition mode (DDA). A survey scan m/z 350–1750 was acquired in the Orbitrap (Resolution = 30,000 at m/z 400, with an accumulation target value of 1,000,000 ions) with lockmass enabled. Up to the 10 most abundant ions (>5,000 counts) with charge states >+2 were sequentially isolated and fragmented within the linear ion trap using collisionally induced dissociation with an activation q = 0.25 and activation time of 30 ms at a target value of 30,000 ions. M/z ratios selected for MS/MS were dynamically excluded for 30 s. Peak lists were generated using Mascot Daemon/extract_msn (Matrix Science, Thermo; London, England) using the default parameters, and submitted to the database search program Mascot (version 2.1, Matrix Science). Search parameters were: Precursor tolerance 4 ppm and product ion tolerances +/-0.4 Da Oxidation (M) and Carbamidomethyl (C) specified as variable modifications Enzyme specificity was trypsin, 1 missed cleavage was possible

INSTRUMENT(S): instrument model

ORGANISM(S): Campylobacter concisus UNSWCD  

TISSUE(S): Tissue Not Applicable To Dataset

DISEASE(S): Not Available

SUBMITTER: A Tay  

PROVIDER: PXD000505 | Pride | 2014-04-28

REPOSITORIES: Pride

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Tools to covisualize and coanalyze proteomic data with genomes and transcriptomes: validation of genes and alternative mRNA splicing.

Pang Chi Nam Ignatius CN   Tay Aidan P AP   Aya Carlos C   Twine Natalie A NA   Harkness Linda L   Hart-Smith Gene G   Chia Samantha Z SZ   Chen Zhiliang Z   Deshpande Nandan P NP   Kaakoush Nadeem O NO   Mitchell Hazel M HM   Kassem Moustapha M   Wilkins Marc R MR  

Journal of proteome research 20131112 1


Direct links between proteomic and genomic/transcriptomic data are not frequently made, partly because of lack of appropriate bioinformatics tools. To help address this, we have developed the PG Nexus pipeline. The PG Nexus allows users to covisualize peptides in the context of genomes or genomic contigs, along with RNA-seq reads. This is done in the Integrated Genome Viewer (IGV). A Results Analyzer reports the precise base position where LC-MS/MS-derived peptides cover genes or gene isoforms,  ...[more]

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