Mass Spectrometry Handbook. Wiley Series on Pharmaceutical Science and Biotechnology: Practices, Applications and Methods

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Enables readers to select and implement the most effective mass spectrometry methods

For decades, mass spectrometry has been the dominant force in analytical chemistry, offering unparalleled levels of sensitivity and selectivity for trace analysis and an impressive range of applications across numerous research disciplines. Now in one expertly written, edited, and organized reference, the Mass Spectrometry Handbook brings together the best tested and proven mass spectrometry methods available.

The Handbook provides a unique reference that allows for easy access to a variety of real–world applications that involve mass spectrometry. Each chapter in the Handbook provides essential background and history, detailed analytical methodology, and valuable references. Readers will obtain a step–by–step guide through the most popular and effective methods for each application. The exciting applications starting with life sciences and culminating with specialized analytical techniques are featured:

  • Biotechnology/Proteins

  • Environmental

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Geological

  • Clinical Analysis

  • Archaeology

  • Forensics

  • Surface Analysis

  • Space Exploration

  • Polymers

  • Homeland Security

  • Analytical Techniques

  • Food Analysis

Each chapter has been written by one or more leading international experts in the field of mass spectrometry. These authors have thoroughly examined the current literature in order to present the state of the technology. Moreover, based on their own firsthand laboratory experience, they explain why particular methods work or don′t work for particular research objectives. References at the end of each chapter serve as a gateway to the most important studies in the field.

With its tremendous breadth and depth of coverage, the Mass Spectrometry Handbook is an excellent resource for practicing mass spectrometrists as well as for novices who want to quickly master the many applications and methods of mass spectrometry.

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FOREWORD xi

PREFACE xiii

CONTRIBUTORS xvii

SECTION I BIOTECHNOLOGY/PROTEINS 1

1 Targeted Proteomics Using Immunoaffi nity Purifi cation 3Karen R. Jonscher, Lei Jin, John C. Cambier, Shaikh M. Rahman, and Jacob E. Friedman

2 Mass Spectrometry–Based Methods to Investigate Posttranslational Protein Modifi cations by Lipid Peroxidation Products 23Navin Rauniyar and Laszlo Prokai

3 Imaging Mass Spectrometry (IMS) for Biological Application 41Yuki Sugiura, Ikuko Yao, and Mitsutoshi Setou

4 Methodologies for Identifying Microorganisms and Viruses by Mass Cataloging of RNAs 85George W. Jackson, Rafal Drabek, Mithil Soni, Roger McNichols, Richard C. Willson, and George E. Fox

SECTION II PHARMACEUTICAL 107

5 Preclinical Pharmacokinetics: Industrial Perspective 109Ayman El–Kattan and Manthena Varma

6 LC–MS in Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics: A Pharmaceutical Industry Perspective 119Wenying Jian, Wilson Shou, Richard W. Edom, Naidong Weng, and Mingshe Zhu

7 Quantitative Mass Spectrometry in Support of Pharmacokinetic Studies 171Xiaoying Xu, Wenkui Li, and Francis L.S. Tse

8 Determination of Pharmacokinetic Parameters by HPLC–MS/MS and UPLC–MS/MS 191Margrét Thorsteinsdóttir, Baldur Bragi Sigurðsson, and Gísli Bragason

9 Methods for Screening Enantioselective Interactions in the Solution Phase Using ESI–MS 209Kevin A. Schug

10 Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry (HDX MS) in the Studies of Architecture, Dynamics, and Interactions of Biopharmaceutical Products 227Igor A. Kaltashov, Cedric E. Bobst, and Rinat R. Abzalimov

11 TOF–SIMS Applications to Bioimaging and Biomolecule Evaluation Methods 243Satoka Aoyagi

12 Accelerator Mass Spectrometry in Pharmaceutical Development 259Benjamin J. Stewart, Graham Bench, Bruce A. Buchholz, Kurt W. Haack, Michael A. Malfatti, Ted J. Ognibene, and Kenneth W. Turteltaub

SECTION III CLINICAL ANALYSIS 271

13 Mass Spectrometry in Clinical Analysis: Screening for Inborn Errors in Metabolism 273Donald H. Chace

14 Mass Spectrometry for Steroid Analysis 297William J. Griffi ths, Michael Ogundare, Anna Meljon, and Yuqin Wang

SECTION IV FORENSICS 339

15 Forensic Applications of Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry 341Sarah J. Benson

16 Analysis of Triacetone Triperoxide Explosive by Mass Spectrometry 373Michael E. Sigman and C. Douglas Clark

SECTION V SPACE EXPLORATION 389

17 Mass Spectrometry in Solar System Exploration 391Paul V. Johnson, Luther W. Beegle, and Isik Kanik

18 Application of GC × GC TOFMS to the Characterization of Extraterrestrial Organic Matter 407Jonathan S. Watson

SECTION VI HOMELAND SECURITY 417

19 Methods of Mass Spectrometry in Homeland Security Applications 419Ünige A. Laskay, Erin J. Kaleta, and Vicki H. Wysocki

20 Homeland Security 441Christina L. Crawford and Herbert H. Hill, Jr.

21 Mass Spectrometry in Homeland Security 477Yasuaki Takada

22 Measurements of Surface Contaminants and Sorbed Organics Using an Ion Trap Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer 491Gary S. Groenewold, Anthony D. Appelhans, Garold L. Gresham, and John E. Olson

23 Determination of Actinides: Determination of Low–Concentration Urine Uranium 235/238 Isotope Ratios 509R. Steven Pappas

SECTION VII FOOD ANALYSIS 529

24 Mass Spectrometry in Agriculture, Food, and Flavors: Selected Applications 531Maciej Stobiecki, Piotr Kachlicki, and Henryk Jeleñ

25 Top–Down Proteomic Identifi cation of Protein Biomarkers of Food–Borne Pathogens Using MALDI–TOF–TOF–MS/MS 559Clifton K. Fagerquist and Omar Sultan

SECTION VIII ENVIRONMENTAL 575

26 Determination of Dithiocarbamate Fungicides in Food by Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry 577Wolfgang Schwack

27 Disinfectant and By–Product Analysis in Water Treatment by Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometry 593Chongzheng Na and Terese M. Olson

28 Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry (PTR–MS) 605Yujie Wang, Chengyin Shen, Jianquan Li, Haihe Jiang, and Yannan Chu

29 Determination of Chlorinated Compounds in Dialysis Water and in Biological Fluids/Matrices 631Diana Poli

SECTION IX GEOLOGICAL 645

30 Mass Spectrometry Techniques for Analysis of Oil and Gas Trapped in Fluid Inclusions 647Simon C. George, Herbert Volk, and Adriana Dutkiewicz

31 LA–MC–ICP–MS Applied to U–Pb Zircon Geochronology 675Alain Cocherie and Michèle Robert

32 Hydrocarbon Processing 707Maoqi Feng, Thomas Andrews, and Eloy Flores III

33 Hydrocarbon Processing: MALDI–MS of Polydisperse Hydrocarbon Samples 725Alan A. Herod

34 Renewable Energy: Mass Spectrometry in Biofuel Research 749Ingvar Eide and Kolbjørn Zahlsen

SECTION X ARCHAEOLOGY 763

35 Mass Spectrometry in Archaeology 765Robert Hedges and James McCullagh

36 Archaeometric Data from Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Organic Materials: Proteins, Lipids, Terpenoid Resins, Lignocellulosic Polymers, and Dyestuff 797Maria Perla Colombini, Francesca Modugno, and Erika Ribechini

37 Laser Ablation ICP–MS in Archaeology 829Hector Neff

38 Spatially Resolved MS in the Study of Art and Archaeological Objects 845Giuseppe Spoto

39 Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry for the Investigation of Archaeological Samples 859Martín Resano, Esperanza García–Ruiz, and Frank Vanhaecke

SECTION XI SURFACE ANALYSIS 885

40 Mass Spectrometry in Semiconductor Research 887Stefan Flege and Wolfgang Ensinger

41 Analysis of Thin and Thick Films 943Philippe Le Coustumer, Patrick Chapon, Agnès Tempez, Yuriy Popov, George Thompson, Igor Molchan, Nicolas Trigoulet, Peter Skeldon, Antonino Licciardello, Nunzio Tuccitto, Ivan Delfanti, Katrin Fuhrer, Marc Gonin, James Whitby, Markus Hohl, Christian Tanner, Nerea Bordel Garcia, Lara Lobo Revilla, Jorge Pisonero, Rosario Pereiro, Cristina Gonzalez Gago, Alfredo Sanz Medel, Mihai Ganciu Petcu, Ani Surmeian, Constantin Diplasu, Andreea Groza, Norbert Jakubowski, Roland Dorka, Stela Canulescu, Johann Michler, Philippe Belenguer, Thomas Nelis, Abdellatif Zahri, Philippe Guillot, Laurent Thérèse, Arnaud Littner, Richard Vaux, Julien Malherbe, Frédéric Huneau, Fred Stevie, and Hugues François–Saint–Cyr

42 SIMS for Organic Film Analysis 961Taoufi q Mouhib and Arnaud Delcorte

43 Ceramics: Contribution of Secondary Ion Mass
Spectrometry (SIMS) to the Study of Crystal Chemistry of Mica Minerals 1017Luisa Ottolini, Emanuela Schingaro, and Fernando Scordari

SECTION XII POLYMERS 1061

44 ETV–ICPMS for Analysis of Polymers 1063Maite Aramendía Marzo, Martín Resano, and Frank Vanhaecke

45 Polymers 1079Maurizio S. Montaudo and Salvatore Battiato

46 Mass Spectroscopy in Polymer Research 1107Jale Hacaloglu and Talat Yalcin

47 Laser Mass Spectrometry Applied to the Analysis of Polymers 1135Jérôme Bour and David Ruch

SECTION XIII ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES 1143

48 Measuring Thermodynamic Properties of Metals and Alloys 1145Evan H. Copland and Nathan S. Jacobson

49 High–Performance Thin–Layer Chromatography Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Small Molecules 1181Gertrud E. Morlock

50 Laser Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Inorganic Ions 1207Julius Pavlov and Athula B. Attygalle

51 Mass Spectrometry in the SSITKA Studies 1229L.G. Pinaeva, E.M. Sadovskaya, A.P. Suknev, V.B. Goncharov, and B.S. Bal zhinimaev

52 Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry: Applications in the Life Sciences 1257Elena Crespo, Marco M.L. Steeghs, Simona M. Cristescu, and Frans J.M. Harren

INDEX 1283

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