Accelerating Lipidomic Method Development through in silico Simulation.

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Summary of "Accelerating Lipidomic Method Development through in silico Simulation."

Judicious selection of mass spectrometry (MS) acquisition parameters is essential for effectively profiling the broad diversity and dynamic range of biomolecules. Typically, acquisition parameters are individually optimized to maximally characterize analytes from each new sample matrix. This time-consuming process often ignores the synergistic relationship between MS method parameters, producing sub-optimal results. Here we detail the creation of an algorithm which accurately simulates LC-MS/MS lipidomic data acquisition performance for a benchtop quadrupole-Orbitrap MS system. By coupling this simulation tool with a genetic algorithm for constrained parameter optimization, we demonstrate the efficient identification of LC-MS/MS method parameter sets individually suited for specific sample matrices. Finally, we utilize the in silico simulation to examine how continued developments in MS speed and sensitivity will further increase the power of MS lipidomics as a vital tool for impactful biochemical analysis.


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Name: Analytical chemistry
ISSN: 1520-6882


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