Whole spectrum identification of mitochondrial proteome means that protein component analysis takes complex samples such as complete tissue, blood, or body fluids as the research object, to identify as many mitochondrial peptides and proteins as possible in the samples. The full spectrum analysis based on mass spectrometry can provide reference information for high-throughput quantitative and modification analysis of mitochondrial proteins.
At present, LC-MS/MS-based on MALDI and ESI is the main method to identify mitochondrial proteins by high-throughput mass spectrometry. It is a sensitive instrument that can quickly analyze the molecular weight, amino acid composition, and sequence of mitochondrial proteins, identify the modification sites (such as phosphorylation, acetylation, ubiquitin, glycosylation, etc.), and locate disulfide bonds in mitochondrial proteins. The full spectrum identification of mitochondrial proteome by mass spectrometry can obtain the quantitative analysis of proteome, identifying not only known proteins but also unknown proteins.
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