Willy V Bienvenut
Affiliation: University Hospital
- Hydrogen/deuterium exchange for higher specificity of protein identification by peptide mass fingerprintingWilly V Bienvenut
Central Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Geneva University Hospital, Rue Micheli du Crest 24, CH 1211 Geneva 14, Switzerland
Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom 16:616-26. 2002..Then, information related to primary sequence obtained with this technique could help to identify proteins with high confidence without any expensive tandem mass spectrometry instruments...
- Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization-tandem mass spectrometry with high resolution and sensitivity for identification and characterization of proteinsWilly V Bienvenut
Central Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Geneva University Hospital, Geneva, Switzerland
Proteomics 2:868-76. 2002..Tandem mass spectra were submitted to database searching using MS-Tag or were manually de novo sequenced. An interesting modification of a tryptophan residue, a "double oxidation", came to light during these analyses...
- Enhanced protein recovery after electrotransfer using square wave alternating voltageWilly V Bienvenut
Department of Pathology, Central Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Geneva University Hospital, Geneva, Switzerland
Anal Biochem 307:297-303. 2002..Moreover, a strongest effect is observed for high M(r) proteins. In conclusion, the present study highlighted a positive influence of the "shaking" effect of the asymmetric alternative voltage on gel protein extraction...
- FindPept, a tool to identify unmatched masses in peptide mass fingerprinting protein identificationAlexandre Gattiker
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Geneva, Switzerland
Proteomics 2:1435-44. 2002....
- Visualization and analysis of molecular scanner peptide mass spectraMarkus Muller
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Geneva
J Am Soc Mass Spectrom 13:221-31. 2002..This method allows discarding many of the false positives that usually go along with PMF identifications and allows identifying many weakly expressed proteins present in the gel...