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DART-Orbitrap MS: a novel mass spectrometric approach for the identification of phenolic compounds in propolis

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Chernetsova ES, Bromirski M, Scheibner O, Morlock GE.
Anal Bioanal Chem. 2012 Jul;403(10):2859-67.
This is the first direct analysis in real-time mass spectrometry (DART-MS) study of propolis and a first study on the analysis of bee products using high-resolution DART-MS (DART-HRMS). Identification of flavonoids and other phenolic compounds in propolis using direct analysis in real-time coupling with Orbitrap mass spectrometry (DART-Orbitrap MS) was performed in the negative ion mode for minimizing the matrix effects, while the positive ion mode was used for the confirmation of selected compounds. Possible elemental formulae were suggested for marker components. The duration of one sample analysis by DART-MS analysis lasted ca. 30 s, and all benefits of high-resolution mass spectrometry were used upon data processing using the coupling of DART with the Orbitrap mass spectrometer. The possibility for scanning analysis of dried propolis extract spots on a planar porous surface was investigated in the heated gas flow of the DART ion source with adjustable angle. As an independent method, the approach of scanning analysis is of high interest and of future potential for confirmation of the results obtained from liquid sample analysis. Scanning analysis is highly promising for further development in the bioanalytical field due to the convenience of the storage and transportation of dried sample spots.
Institute of Food Chemistry, University of Hohenheim, Garbenstrasse 28, 70599, Stuttgart, Germany.
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