multiple reaction monitoring


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multiple reaction monitoring

A multistage/mass spectrometry (MS/MS) experiment that uses two sequential stages of independent mass analysis. In the product ion MS/MS scan, a precursor ion is selected by mass with the first mass analyser, and the fragment ions formed by collision-induced dissociation are measured with a scan of the second mass analyser and recorded in a mass spectrum.
In an analogy to selected ion monitoring, if both mass analysers in an MS/MS instrument are set on a specific mass, the signal represents the precursor-to-product ion transition for a specific ion pair and is termed reaction monitoring. If several different precursor–product ion pairs are monitored, as is the norm, the analysis is termed multiple reaction monitoring.
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The global multiple reaction monitoring assay market is expected to grow moderately due to increasing research and development activities in the biologics field.
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The LC-MS features ultrafast multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) transitions, enabling data acquisition with up to 500 different channels/sec.
The system features ultra-fast multiple reaction monitoring transitions, enabling data acquisition with up to 500 different channels per second.
The LCMS-8030 features multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) transitions, enabling data acquisition with as many as 500 different channels per second.
Correct identification of the BoNT product peptides depends on both a retention time match, with respect to standards, and on a chemical-specific fragmentation (a precursor to product ion multiple reaction monitoring [MRM] transition) monitored by tandem MS.
We used multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) [1] to measure the steroid hormones cortisol, cortisone, progesterone, testosterone, androstenedione, 11-deoxycortisol (11DOC), 17[alpha]-hydroxyprogesterone (17OHP), and corticosterone.
A GC coupled to a triple quadrupole MS operating in an MRM mode (multiple reaction monitoring) mode is an ideal technique for multiple residue analyses in complex matrix samples.
The LCMS features ultrafast multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) transitions, enabling data acquisition with up to 500 different channels per second.
Seven different tryptic peptides are monitored using multiple reaction monitoring (amino acid residues, peptide number): SV SEIQLMHNLGK (1-13, P1), LM HNLGK (7-13, P2), HLNSMER (14-20, P3), LQDVHNFVALGA PLAPR (28-44, P4), FVALGAPL APR (34-44, P5), VALGAPLAPR (35-44, P6), and ADVNVLTK (73-80, P7).
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