David Tabb
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Last active: 6/26/2014

HI-bone: a scoring system for identifying phenylisothiocyanate-derivatized peptides based on precursor mass and high intensity fragment ions.

Perez-Riverol Y, Sánchez A, Noda J, Borges D, Carvalho PC, Wang R, Vizcaíno JA, Betancourt L, Ramos Y, Duarte G, Nogueira FC, González LJ, Padrón G, Tabb DL, Hermjakob H, Domont GB, Besada V
Anal Chem. 2013 85 (7): 3515-20

PMID: 23448308 · DOI:10.1021/ac303239g

Peptide sequence matching algorithms used for peptide identification by tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) enumerate theoretical peptides from the database, predict their fragment ions, and match them to the experimental MS/MS spectra. Here, we present an approach for scoring MS/MS identifications based on the high mass accuracy matching of precursor ions, the identification of a high intensity b1 fragment ion, and partial sequence tags from phenylthiocarbamoyl-derivatized peptides. This derivatization process boosts the b1 fragment ion signal, which turns it into a powerful feature for peptide identification. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our scoring system by implementing it on a computational tool called "HI-bone" and by identifying mass spectra of an Escherichia coli sample acquired on an Orbitrap Velos instrument using Higher-energy C-trap dissociation. Following this strategy, we identified 1614 peptide spectrum matches with a peptide false discovery rate (FDR) below 1%. These results were significantly higher than those from Mascot and SEQUEST using a similar FDR.

MeSH Terms (12)

Algorithms Amino Acid Sequence Escherichia coli Escherichia coli Proteins Humans Ions Isothiocyanates Molecular Sequence Data Peptides Proteomics Software Tandem Mass Spectrometry

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