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Metallomics. Analytical Techniques and Speciation Methods

  • ID: 3609855
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  • 496 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Latest developments, new insights and knowledge derived from speciation analysis in one unique compilation: The reader gets acquainted with relevant instrumental as well as application aspects of metallomics approaches, paving the road to understanding fate, pathway, and action of metals in environment and organisms. Upon an introductory chapter on analytical methods and strategies, the full bandwidth of applications is discussed. Expert chapter authors cast spotlights on recent topics such as metallomics applications to environmental and nutrition studies as well as biology and medicine. Special chapters deal with the impact of manganese and iron on neurodegeneration, and the impact of nanoparticles on health.
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List of Contributors XVII

Preface XXV

Part I Analytical Methods and Strategies in Metallomics 1

1 The Position of Metallomics Within Other Omics Fields 3Dirk Schaumlöffel

1.1 Introduction 3

1.2 Metallome and Metallomics in Relation to Other –Ome and –Omics Fields 3

1.3 Is Metallomics Feasible as a Global Study of the Metallome 7

1.4 Approaching the Metallome: Study of Metallome Subgroups 8

1.5 Analytical Strategies in Metallomics 8

1.6 Functional Connections Between DNA, Proteins, Metabolites, and Metals 10

1.7 Metallothiolomics as Example for Metallomics Studies of a Metallome Subgroup 11

1.8 Concluding Remarks 14

References 15

2 Coupling Techniques and Orthogonal Combination of Mass Spectrometric Techniques 17Daniel Pröfrock

2.1 Introduction 17

2.2 Analytical Techniques for Metallomics 19

2.3 Ionization Principles and Mass Spectrometric Detectors for Speciation 30

2.4 Overview about Coupling Techniques 48

2.5 Final Remarks and Outlook 58

References 58

3 Quality Control in Speciation Analysis Using HPLC with ICP–MS and ESI MS/MS: Focus on Quantitation Strategies Using Isotope Dilution Analysis 69Heidi G. Infante

3.1 Introduction 69

3.2 Synergetic Use of Elemental and Organic Mass Spectrometry in Compound Quantitation and Quality Assurance of Food Selenium Speciation 70

3.3 The Role of Species–Specific Isotope Dilution in Increasing Metrological Traceability for the Quantification of Bioinorganic Species 72

References 81

4 Novel Methods for Bioimaging Including LA–ICP–MS, NanoSIMS, TEM/X–EDS, and SXRF 83Dirk Schaumlöffel, Robert Hutchinson, Julien Malherbe, Philippe Le Coustumer, Etienne Gontier, and Marie–Pierre Isaure

4.1 Introduction 83

4.2 Bioimaging by LA–ICP–MS 84

4.3 Bioimaging by NanoSIMS 90

4.4 Bioimaging by TEM/X–EDS 93

4.5 Bioimaging by SXRF 104

4.6 Conclusions and Outlook 108

References 109

5 Electrochemistry Coupled toMass Spectrometry for Investigating Oxidative Metabolism of Pt–Based Drug Conjugates: A Novel Approach 117Günther Weber

5.1 Introduction 117

5.2 EC–MS Methodology 119

5.3 EC–MS of Thiols 119

5.4 Influence of Cisplatin on Thiol Oxidation 121

5.5 Conclusions 125

References 126

Part II Metallomics in Environment and Nutrition 129

6 Selenium and Selenium Species 131

6.1 Speciation Analysis Especially of Tin and Selenium in Environmental Matrices 131Maria Ochsenkühn–Petropoulou and Fotios Tsopelas

References 143

6.2 Selenium Species Extraction and Speciation in Plants and Yeast 151Lena Ruzik, Katarzyna Bier³a, and Joanna Szpunar

References 169

7 Arsenic and As Species 173

7.1 Arsenic Species in Marine Food 173María Carmen Barciela–Alonso and Pilar Bermejo–Barrera

References 198

7.2 Compounds with As S Bonds: Analytical and Biogeochemical Reasons Why These Species have been Elusive in Biota and Environment 202Jörg Feldmann, Andrea Raab, Helle R. Hansen, Katharina Bluemlein, and Dirk Wallschläger

References 218

7.3 Arsenolipids: An overview of current analytical aspects 222Michael Stiboller, Ronald A. Glabonjat, Georg Raber, Kenneth B. Jensen, and Kevin A. Francesconi

References 234

8 Analytical Procedures for Speciation of Chromium, Aluminum, and Tin in Environmental and Biological Samples 237Radmila Milâcîc, Tea Zuliani, Janja Vidmar, and Janez cancar

8.1 Speciation of Chromium 237

8.2 Speciation of Aluminum 250

8.3 Speciation of Tin 260

References 275

9 Mercury Toxicity and Speciation Analysis 285Eva M. Krupp, Zuzana Gajdosechova, Tanja Schwerdtle, and Hanna Lohren

9.1 Mercury Toxicity 285

9.2 Mercury Speciation Analysis 291

References 298

10 Environmental Speciation of Platinum Emissions from Chemotherapy 305Marianna Vitkova, Gunda Koellensperger, and Stephan Hann

10.1 Introduction 305

10.2 Elemental Analysis of Platinum 306

10.3 Quantification Strategies 309

10.4 Preparation of Samples for Total Platinum Analysis by ICP–MS 309

10.5 Analysis of Platinum 310

10.6 Speciation of Platinum Emissions from Chemotherapy 311

10.7 Speciation Strategies for the Determination of CPC 312

10.8 Selected Applications 312

10.9 Conclusion 314

References 315

11 Nanoparticles in Environment and Health Effect 319Gaëtane Lespes

11.1 Introduction 319

11.2 Nanoparticle Overview 319

11.3 Analytical Strategies 326

11.4 Conclusion 334

References 335

Part III Metallomics in Medicine and Biology 339

12 Metalloproteins 341Maria Montes–Bayón and Elisa Blanco–González

12.1 General Introduction to Metalloprotein Analysis 341

12.2 Sample Preparation Methodologies to Preserve Metal Protein Interactions 342

12.3 Analytical Strategies for Identification of Metalloproteins 344

12.4 Quantitative Strategies for the Analysis of Metalloproteins 349

References 355

13 Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Applications 359

13.1 Selenium and Selenoproteins in Human Health and Diseases 359Jordan Sonet, Anne–Laure Bulteau, and Laurent Chavatte

Acknowledgments 370

References 370

13.2 Metal Species as Biomarkers for Medical Diagnosis: A Case Study of Alzheimer s Disease 375Tamara García–Barrera, José Luis Gómez–Ariza, and Belén Callejón–Leblic

References 385

13.3 Vanadium Speciation as a Means in Drug Development and Monitoring for Diabetes 388Volker Nischwitz

References 398

13.4 Analysis of Pt– and Ru–Based Anticancer Drugs: New Developments 401Sarah Theiner, Luis Galvez, Gunda Koellensperger, and Bernhard K. Keppler

References 416

13.5 Silver Distribution in Skin duringWound Healing 420Marco Roman and Carlo Barbante

References 436

13.6 Neurodegeneration with Focus on Manganese and Iron Speciation 442Katharina Neth, Julia Bornhorst, and Bernhard Michalke

References 457

Index 463

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