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Fig. 1 | Clinical Proteomics

Fig. 1

From: Identification of Monosialylated N-glycoforms in the CDG Urinome by Ion Mobility Tandem Mass Spectrometry: The Potential for Clinical Applications

Fig. 1

Negative ion mode nanoESI oa-TOF MS of the fraction M3 obtained from urine of the patient KL after gel permeation chromatography. Spectrum was acquired from the TIC chromatogram over all mobility drift times. Inset: plot of the drift time vs. m/z values for the negative ion mode nanoESI oa-IMS-TOF MS. Ions have been distributed onto areas of predominantly singly (A), doubly (B), and triply (C) charged ionic species (selected by dashed lines). XIC chromatograms A, B, and C were generated from the corresponding area

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