A novel approach to collision-induced dissociation (CID) for ion mobility-mass spectrometry experiments. Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Collision induced dissociation (CID) combined with matrix assisted laser desorption ionization-ion mobility-mass spectrometry (MALDI-IM-MS) is described. In this approach, peptide ions are separated on the basis of mobility in a 15 cm drift cell. Following mobility separation, the ions exit the drift cell and enter a 5 cm vacuum interface with a high field region (up to 1000 V/cm) to undergo collisional activation. Ion transmission and ion kinetic energies in the interface are theoretically evaluated accounting for the pressure gradient, interface dimensions, and electric fields. Using this CID technique, we have successfully fragmented and sequenced a number of model peptide ions as well as peptide ions obtained by a tryptic digest. This instrument configuration allows for the simultaneous determination of peptide mass, peptide-ion sequence, and collision-cross section of MALDI-generated ions, providing information critical to the identification of unknown components in complex proteomic samples.

published proceedings

  • J Am Soc Mass Spectrom

altmetric score

  • 3

author list (cited authors)

  • Becker, C., Fernandez-Lima, F. A., Gillig, K. J., Russell, W. K., Cologna, S. M., & Russell, D. H.

citation count

  • 17

complete list of authors

  • Becker, Christopher||Fernandez-Lima, Francisco A||Gillig, Kent J||Russell, William K||Cologna, Stephanie M||Russell, David H

publication date

  • June 2009