Fourier Transform-Ion Mobility-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer: A Next-Generation Instrument for Native Mass Spectrometry. Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • A new instrument configuration for native ion mobility-mass spectrometry (IM-MS) is described. Macromolecule ions are generated by using a static ESI source coupled to an RF ion funnel, and these ions are then mobility and mass analyzed using a periodic focusing drift tube IM analyzer and an Orbitrap mass spectrometer. The instrument design retains the capabilities for first-principles determination of rotationally averaged ion-neutral collision cross sections and high-resolution measurements in both mobility and mass analysis modes for intact protein complexes. Operation in the IM mode utilizes FT-IMS modes (originally described by Knorr ( Knorr , F. J. Anal. Chem . 1985 , 57 ( 2 ), 402 - 406 )), which provides a means to overcome the inherent duty cycle mismatch for drift tube (DT)-IM and Orbitrap mass analysis. The performance of the native ESI-FT-DT-IM-Orbitrap MS instrument was evaluated using the protein complexes Gln K (MW 44 kDa) and streptavidin (MW 53 kDa) bound to small molecules (ADP and biotin, respectively) and transthyretin (MW 56 kDa) bound to thyroxine and zinc.

published proceedings

  • Anal Chem

altmetric score

  • 4.25

author list (cited authors)

  • Poltash, M. L., McCabe, J. W., Shirzadeh, M., Laganowsky, A., Clowers, B. H., & Russell, D. H.

citation count

  • 44

complete list of authors

  • Poltash, Michael L||McCabe, Jacob W||Shirzadeh, Mehdi||Laganowsky, Arthur||Clowers, Brian H||Russell, David H

publication date

  • September 2018