Combined collision-induced dissociation and photo-selected reaction monitoring mass spectrometry modes for simultaneous analysis of coagulation factors and estrogens

Abstract : Oral estrogens are directly associated with changes in plasma levels of coagulation proteins. Thus, the detection of any variation in protein concentrations due to estrogen contraceptives, by a simultaneous analysis of both coagulation proteins and estrogens, would be a very informative tool. In the present study, the merit of photo-selected reaction monitoring (SRM), a new analytical tool, was evaluated towards estrogens detection in plasma. Then, SRM and photo-SRM detection modes were combined for the simultaneous analysis of estrogen molecules together with heparin co-factor and factor XIIa, two proteins involved in the coagulation cascade. This study shows that photo-SRM could open new multiplexed analytical routes.
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Quentin Enjalbert, Marion Girod, Jérémy Jeudy, Jordane Biarc, Romain Simon, et al.. Combined collision-induced dissociation and photo-selected reaction monitoring mass spectrometry modes for simultaneous analysis of coagulation factors and estrogens. Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis, Elsevier B.V. on behalf of Xi'an Jiaotong University, 2014, 4 (3), pp.183-189. 〈10.1016/j.jpha.2013.09.004〉. 〈hal-01356364〉

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