Reagent anions for charge inversion of polypeptide/protein cations in the gas phase.

Abstract

Various reagent anions capable of converting polypeptide cations to anions via ion/ion reactions have been investigated. The major charge inversion reaction channels include multiple proton transfer and adduct formation. Dianions composed of sulfonate groups as the negative charge carriers show essentially exclusive adduct formation in converting protonated… (More)

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@article{He2005ReagentAF, title={Reagent anions for charge inversion of polypeptide/protein cations in the gas phase.}, author={M. X. He and Joshua F Emory and Scott A McLuckey}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2005}, volume={77 10}, pages={3173-82} }