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    In recent years, cardiolipin (CL) oxidation products were recognized as potential markers for mitochondrial dysfunction in conjunction with age related diseases. The analysis of oxidized CL requires powerful analysis techniques due to high structural diversity. In addition, low concentrations of partly labile compounds pose a special challenge, supplemented by the occurrence of isomeric compounds, e.g., hydroperoxylated vs dihydroxylated products. Therefore, we present a hyphenated method based on liquid chromatography coupled to trapped ion mobility spectrometry (TIMS) for separation and tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) for structural characterization. This enables comprehensive analysis of an artificially oxidized CL extract of bovine heart. Isomeric oxidation products could be differentiated by mobility-resolved MS/MS fragmentation experiments. Our developed method could help to better understand the physiological role of oxidized CL.


    Patrick O Helmer, Arne Behrens, Edward Rudt, Uwe Karst, Heiko Hayen. Hydroperoxylated vs Dihydroxylated Lipids: Differentiation of Isomeric Cardiolipin Oxidation Products by Multidimensional Separation Techniques. Analytical chemistry. 2020 Sep 01;92(17):12010-12016

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