Original paper

Retention Time and Optimal Collision Energy Advance Structural Annotation Relied on LC–MS/MS: An Application in Metabolite Identification of an Antidementia Agent Namely Echinacoside

Volume: 91, Issue: 23, Pages: 15040 - 15048
Published: Nov 6, 2019
Abstract
The structural annotation of metabolites now relies heavily on HR-MS/MS information, resulting in ambiguous identities in most cases. More auxiliary evidence is therefore desired to achieve confirmative identification. Herein, we made an attempt to involve retention time (tR) along with optimal collision energy (OCE) as the additionally structural clues, and the applicability validation was conducted via confidence-enhanced metabolite...
Paper Details
Title
Retention Time and Optimal Collision Energy Advance Structural Annotation Relied on LC–MS/MS: An Application in Metabolite Identification of an Antidementia Agent Namely Echinacoside
Published Date
Nov 6, 2019
Volume
91
Issue
23
Pages
15040 - 15048
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