A mass spectrometry (MS) calibration standard
|Order Number||Product||Package size||Application||Price (€)|
|PQ-CS-5370||QCAL – complete protein, lyophilized||25 µg||50-500 injections||€ 75,-
|PQ-CS-5371||QCAL – peptide mix lyophilized, digested||25 µg||50-500 injections||€ 79,-
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- Assess and optimize instrument resolution
- Test the linearity of signal detection
- Assess peptide modification such as deamidation, methionine oxidation and modification of lysine residues
- Compare proteomics data within and between laboratories
- Evaluate peptide separation by reversed-phase chromatography
QCAL is a MS calibration standard that is built from 22 peptides, ranging from ~ 410- 3100 Da and is designed to provide standards for peptide separation by reversed-phase chromatography, to facilitate the assessment and optimisation of instrument resolution and to evaluate the linearity of signal detection in different MS instruments, including MALDI-ToF, ESI MS and FTICR. QCAL also includes peptides containing amino acid residues subject to modification (oxidation of methionine, deamidation of gln/asn) and modification of lysine residues by guanidination, allowing the routine monitoring of these processes. For more information, see the original publication.
25 µg or 479 pmol of QCAL (digested or undigested) equal 50 – 500 injections (1 – 10 pmol/injection).