Suspect screening analysis is a targeted metabolomics method in which the identification of compounds relies on specific available information, such as their molecular formula and isotopic pattern. This method, coupled to liquid chromatography-high-resolution mass spectrometry, is effective in the study of grape metabolomics, in particular for characterization of flavonols, stilbene derivatives, and anthocyanins. For identification of compounds expected in the samples, a new database of putative compounds was expressly constructed by using the molecular information on potential metabolites of grape and wine from the literature and other electronic databases. Currently, this database contains around 1,100 compounds. The method allows identification of several hundred grape metabolites with two analyses (positive and negative ionization modes), and performing of data reprocessing using "untargeted" algorithms also provided the identification of some flavonols and resveratrol trimers and tetramers in grape for the first time. This approach can be potentially used in the study of metabolomics of varieties of other plant species

Flamini, R., De Rosso, M., Bavaresco, L., – Study of grape polyphenols by Liquid Chromatography-High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry (UHPLC/QTOF) and suspect screening analysis, <<JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY>>, 2015; (350259): 1-10 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/72034]

– Study of grape polyphenols by Liquid Chromatography-High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry (UHPLC/QTOF) and suspect screening analysis

Bavaresco, Luigi
2015

Abstract

Suspect screening analysis is a targeted metabolomics method in which the identification of compounds relies on specific available information, such as their molecular formula and isotopic pattern. This method, coupled to liquid chromatography-high-resolution mass spectrometry, is effective in the study of grape metabolomics, in particular for characterization of flavonols, stilbene derivatives, and anthocyanins. For identification of compounds expected in the samples, a new database of putative compounds was expressly constructed by using the molecular information on potential metabolites of grape and wine from the literature and other electronic databases. Currently, this database contains around 1,100 compounds. The method allows identification of several hundred grape metabolites with two analyses (positive and negative ionization modes), and performing of data reprocessing using "untargeted" algorithms also provided the identification of some flavonols and resveratrol trimers and tetramers in grape for the first time. This approach can be potentially used in the study of metabolomics of varieties of other plant species
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Flamini, R., De Rosso, M., Bavaresco, L., – Study of grape polyphenols by Liquid Chromatography-High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry (UHPLC/QTOF) and suspect screening analysis, <<JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY>>, 2015; (350259): 1-10 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/72034]
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