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Bioanalysis. 2012 Jul;4(14):1763-86. doi: 10.4155/BIO.12.126.

The use of selected reaction monitoring in quantitative proteomics.

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The Michael Barber Centre for Mass Spectrometry, School of Chemistry, Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. stephen.holman@manchester.ac.uk

Abstract

Selected reaction monitoring (SRM) has a long history of use in the area of quantitative MS. In recent years, the approach has seen increased application to quantitative proteomics, facilitating multiplexed relative and absolute quantification studies in a variety of organisms. This article discusses SRM, after introducing the context of quantitative proteomics (specifically primarily absolute quantification) where it finds most application, and considers topics such as the theory and advantages of SRM, the selection of peptide surrogates for protein quantification, the design of optimal SRM co-ordinates and the handling of SRM data. A number of published studies are also discussed to demonstrate the impact that SRM has had on the field of quantitative proteomics.

PMID:
22877222
DOI:
10.4155/bio.12.126
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