Apr 13, 2020

Zirconium(IV)-IMAC for phosphopeptide enrichment in phosphoproteomics

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I. Arribas DiezOle Noerregaard Jensen

Abstract

Phosphopeptide enrichment is an essential step in large-scale, quantitative phosphoproteomics studies by mass spectrometry. Several phosphopeptide affinity enrichment techniques exist, such as Immobilized Metal ion Affinity Chromatography (IMAC) and Metal Oxide Affinity Chromatography (MOAC). We compared Zirconium (IV) IMAC (Zr-IMAC) magnetic microspheres to commonly used Titanium (IV) IMAC (Ti-IMAC) and TiO2 magnetic microspheres for phosphopeptide enrichment from simple and complex protein samples prior phosphopeptide sequencing and characterization by mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS). We optimized sample-loading conditions to increase phosphopeptide recovery for Zr-IMAC, Ti-IMAC and TiO2 based workflows. The performance of Zr-IMAC was enhanced by 19-22% to recover up to 5173 phosphopeptides from 200 ug of protein extract from HepG2/C3A cells, making Zr-IMAC the preferred method for phosphopeptide enrichment in this study. Ti-IMAC and TiO2 performance were also optimized to improve phosphopeptide numbers by 28% and 35%, respectively. Furthermore, Zr-IMAC based phosphoproteomics in the magnetic microsphere format identified 23% more phosphopeptides than HPLC-based Fe(III)-IMAC for same sample amount (200 ug), thereby adding 37% mo...Continue Reading

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