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Detergents assisted glycoprotein capture

ABSTRACT: A detergents assisted glycoprotein capture method was developed to increase the coverage of N-glycoproteome of various samples.Application of this approach in the larger scale N-glycoproteomics analysis of the HEK 293 cell membrane led to the identification of 2253 unique N-glycosites from 953 proteins. Application of this approach to human serum resulted in the identification of 850 N-glycosylation sites without any immuno-depletion and fractionation.

INSTRUMENT(S): LTQ Orbitrap Velos

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

TISSUE(S): Tissue Not Applicable To Dataset

DISEASE(S): Not Available


LAB HEAD: Daniel Figeys

PROVIDER: PXD003485 | Pride | 2016-12-23


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Detergent-Assisted Glycoprotein Capture: A Versatile Tool for In-Depth N-Glycoproteome Analysis.

Chen Rui R   Zou Hanfa H   Figeys Daniel D  

Journal of proteome research 20160512 6

Large-scale N-glycoproteome studies have been hindered by poor solubility of hydrophobic membrane proteins and the complexity of proteome samples. Herein, we developed a detergent-assisted glycoprotein capture method to reduce these issues by conducting hydrazide chemistry-based glycoprotein capture in the presence of strong detergents such as sodium dodecyl sulfate and Triton X-100. The strong detergents helped to solubilize hydrophobic membrane proteins and then increased the access of hydrazi  ...[more]

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