Experimental Details - HuPA_00005
Experiment type Mass spectrometry
Short description Plasma proteome analysis
Experimental description Plasma was depleted first with the top 12 abundance proteins and then the rest of proteins were separated with multi-lectin affinity column to have two pools (bound and unbound). Each pool was digested with trypsin with reduction and alkylation. The digested peptides were analyzed by LC-MS. This dataset represents unbound pool.
Principal Investigator's NameDr. William Hancock
AddressBradstreet Chair Barnett Institute
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Northeastern University 360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 2115
Data submitted byDr. Shiaw-Lin (Billy) Wu
TitleResearch Associate Professor
Published/Unpublished Unpublished
Journal name Not applicable
PubMed ID Not applicable
Sample source
Tissue: Blood plasma [eVOC:EV:0100488]
Cell line:
Source organism Homo sapiens [Taxonomy:9606]
Labeling technique None
Protease used Trypsin
Is the sample from in gel No
Reduction and Alkylation Yes
Mass spectrometer
Instrument: LTQ [PSI:1000447]
Vendor: ThermoFinnigan [PSI:1000125]
Ionization method ESI [PSI:1000073]
Fragmentation method CID [PSI:1000133]
Mass tolerance used for database searching (MS) 1000 ppm
Mass tolerance used for database searching (MS/MS) 1000 ppm
Database used for searching NCBI nr
Search engine used SEQUEST
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