Orthogonal Method for Double-Bond Placement via Ozone-Induced Dissociation Mass Spectrometry (OzID-MS)

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Nicholas Oberlies, Patricia A. Sullivan Distinguished Professor of Chemistry (Creator)
Huzefa A. Raja, Postdoctoral Fellow (Creator)
Daniel A. Todd (Creator)
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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: Most often, the structures of secondary metabolites are solved using a suite of NMR techniques. However, there are times when it can be challenging to position double bonds, particularly those that are fully substituted or when there are multiple double bonds in similar chemical environments. Ozone-induced dissociation mass spectrometry (OzID-MS) serves as an orthogonal structure elucidation tool, using predictable fragmentation patterns that are generated after ozonolysis across a carbon–carbon double bond. This technique is finding growing use in the lipidomics community, suggestive of its potential value for secondary metabolites. This methodology was evaluated by confirming the double-bond positions in five fungal secondary metabolites, specifically, ent-sartorypyrone E (1), sartorypyrone A (2), sorbicillin (3), trichodermic acid A (4), and AA03390 (5). This demonstrated its potential with a variety of chemotypes, ranging from polyketides to terpenoids and including those in both conjugated and nonconjugated polyenes. In addition, the potential of using this methodology in the context of a mixture was piloted by studying Aspergillus fischeri, first examining a traditional extract and then sampling a live fungal culture in situ. While the intensity of signals varied from pure compound to extract to in situ, the utility of the technique was preserved. [The original abstract for this article contains (characters/images) that cannot be displayed here. Please click on the link below to read the full abstract and article.]

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Publication
Journal of Natural Products 87(12), 3421-3431
Language: English
Date: 2019
Keywords
mass spectrometry, natural products, Aspergillus fischeri, secondary metabolites

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