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Record nummer 2248873
Titel artikel Facilitating high resolution mass spectrometry data processing for screening of environmental water samples: An evaluation of two deconvolution tools
Auteur(s) Bade, R. ; Causanilles, A. ; Emke, E. ; Bijlsma, L. ; Sancho, J.V. ; Hernandez, F. ; Voogt, P. de
Tijdschrifttitel The science of the total environment : an international journal for scientific research into the environment and its relationship with man
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 569-570(2016)
Paginering 434 - 441
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Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) A screening approach was applied to influent and effluent wastewater samples. After injection in a LC-LTQ-Orbitrap, data analysis was performed using two deconvolution tools, MsXelerator (modules MPeaks and MS Compare) and Sieve 2.1. The outputs were searched incorporating an in-house database of > 200 pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs or ChemSpider. This hidden target screening approach led to the detection of numerous compounds including the illicit drug cocaine and its metabolite benzoylecgonine and the pharmaceuticals carbamazepine, gemfibrozil and losartan. The compounds found using both approaches were combined, and isotopic pattern and retention time prediction were used to filter out false positives. The remaining potential positives were reanalysed in MS/MS mode and their product ions were compared with literature and/or mass spectral libraries. The inclusion of the chemical database ChemSpider led to the tentative identification of several metabolites, including paraxanthine, theobromine, theophylline and carboxylosartan, as well as the pharmaceutical phenazone. The first three of these compounds are isomers and they were subsequently distinguished based on their product ions and predicted retention times. This work has shown that the use deconvolution tools facilitates non-target screening and enables the identification of a higher number of compounds.
Betrokken instanties KWR, Watercycle Research Institute
Universiteit van Amsterdam
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