In the mass range below 1500 u the monoisotopic mass of peptides is the most abundant mass with an asymmetry to larger masses. The isotope distribution loses its asymmetry with increasing mass. Particularly for proteins, the isotope ...
This volume provides comprehensive treatment of tools and proper usage for the identification of proteins, affinity chromatography and studies the complexity of protein machines and assemblages, assignment of the most common protein posttranslational modifications (phosphorylation and glycosylation) and glycolipidomics. *Part 2 of 2 volumes about Mass Spectrometry *Discusses peptide and protein cleanup and preparation requirements for mass spectrometry *Explains protein enzymic and chemical digestion strategies *Includes case studies of protein assemblages and machines