Project PXD000719

PRIDE Assigned Tags:
Biological Dataset Biomedical Dataset

Summary

Title

Rat Brain LC-MS/MS

Description

Voltage-gated sodium channels are responsible for the initiation and propagation of action potentials in excitable cells. While the channel is functional on its own, it is the transient and stable protein-protein interactions that modulate functional outcomes. AP-MS has been successfully applied to a number of ion channels. However to the best of our knowledge, no AP-MS study has been carried out on any member of the voltage-gated sodium channel family.

Sample Processing Protocol

Crude membrane extract from whole rat brain was solubilized and used for affinity purification (AP) with Nav1.2 antibody and mouse IgG (Control) crosslinked to Protein A/B beads. Samples were eluted with 0.2 M glycine, titrated to neutral pH, reduced, alkylated, and digested with Lys-C and Trypsin. Samples were analyzed by LC-MS/MS on an Orbitrap Elite with separations performed by an online Easy-LC-1000 nanoflow HPLC with a C18 trap column and analytical column.

Data Processing Protocol

Raw files were imported into Progenesis LC-MS (v4.1; Nonlinear Dynamics) for alignment. The top 5 spectra for each feature were exported as a combined .mgf file and searched with MASCOT (v2.1.6), X!Tandem, and PEAKS (v6, Bioinformatics Solutions Inc.) against a merged UniprotKB/Swissprot RatMouse-cRap database of canonical sequences (July 2013). Precursor ion mass tolerance set to 10 ppm and fragment mass tolerance was 0.8 Da and a maximum of 2 missed cleavages. All search results were combined with a 1% FDR and protein identifications were annotated at > 95% probability. All peptides containing modifications other than oxidation of methionine or carbamidomethylation of cysteine were removed. Second, all proteins not identified by at least 2 unique peptides were removed. A table of peptide intensities were imported to SAS for analysis.

Contact

Norelle Wildburger, Department of Neurology
Carol Lynn Nilsson, Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology ( lab head )

Submission Date

29/01/2014

Publication Date

03/03/2015

Publication

    Wildburger NC, Ali SR, Hsu WC, Shavkunov AS, Nenov MN, Lichti CF, LeDuc RD, Mostovenko E, Panova-Elektronova NI, Emmett MR, Nilsson CL, Laezza F. Quantitative Proteomics Reveals Protein-Protein Interactions with Fibroblast Growth Factor12 as a Component of the Nav1.2 Macromolecular Complex in Mammalian Brain. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2015 Feb 27. pii: mcp.M114.040055 PubMed: 25724910