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Fig. 3 | Clinical Proteomics

Fig. 3

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

Fig. 3

a Expansion of the mass range at m/z 1196–1208 of the negative ion mode nanoESI oa-TOF MS of the fraction KLM3, acquired from TIC chromatogram over all mobility drift times; b expansion of the mass range at m/z 1196–1208 of the spectrum acquired from XIC chromatogram of singly charged distributed area after IM separation; c Expansion of the mass range at m/z 1196–1208 of the spectrum acquired from XIC chromatogram of doubly charged distributed area after IM separation; d Plot of the drift time vs. m/z values for fragment ions obtained by CID of overlapped precursor ions at m/z 1199.93 (left) and 1200.42 (right); e Total ion current chromatogram with retained drift time of overlapped precursor ions at m/z 1199.93 (left) and 1200.42 (right). Selected areas indicate extracted ion current chromatogram A for the precursor ions at m/z 1200.42 and chromatogram B for the precursor ions at m/z 1199.93

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