Time-Resolved Photodissociation Study of Singly Protonated Peptides with a Histidine Residue Generated by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization: Dissociation Rate Constant and Internal Temperature

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Time-Resolved Photodissociation Study of Singly Protonated Peptides with a Histidine Residue Generated by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization: Dissociation Rate Constant and Internal Temperature
Author(s)
S H Yoon; Jeong Hee Moon; M S Kim
Bibliographic Citation
Journal of American Society for Mass Spectrometry, vol. 20, no. 8, pp. 1522-1529
Publication Year
2009
Abstract
Product ion yields in post-source decay and time-resolved photodissociation at 193 and 266 nm were measured for some peptide ions with a histidine residue ([HF6 + H]+, [F6H + H]+, and [F3HF3 + H]+) formed by matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization (MALDI). Compared with similar data for peptide ions without any basic residue reported previously, significant reduction in dissociation efficiency was observed. Internal temperatures (T) of the peptide ions and their dissociation kinetic parameters-the critical energy (E0) and entropy (ΔS‡)-were determined by the method reported previously. Slight decreases in E0, ΔS‡, and T were responsible for the histidine effect-reduction in dissociation rate constant. Regardless of the presence of the residue, ΔS‡ was far more negative than previous quantum chemical results. Based on this, we propose the existence of transition structures in which the nitrogen atoms in the histidine residue or at the N-terminus coordinate to the reaction centers. Reduction in T in the presence of a histidine residue could not be explained based on popular models for ion formation in MALDI, such as the gas-phase proton transfer model.
ISSN
1044-0305
Publisher
Amer Soc Mass Spectr
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jasms.2009.04.008
Type
Article
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