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The development of MS library of annotated oligosaccharides from human milk reference material is discussed.
Increasing the coverage of a mass spectral library of milk oligosaccharides using a hybrid-search-based bootstrapping method and milks from a wide variety of mammals
Connie A. Remoroza1, Yuxue Liang1, Tytus D. Mak1, Yuri Mirokhin1, Sergey L. Sheetlin1, Xiaoyu Yang1, Joice V. San Andres2,4, Michael L. Power3, Stephen E. Stein1
1National Institute of Standards and Technology, 100 Bureau Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20899, USA
2Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 3490 Fair St, Lincoln, NE 68583-0908 USA
3Nutrition Laboratory, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C., USA
4Department of Animal Science, Central Luzon State University, Maharlika Highway Nueva Ecija 3120, Philippines
Manuscript is under review
MS Library of Free Oligosaccharides in Milk from a Variety of Mammals is available for download.
|File||Size||Link to download|
|1||Milk_Oligosaccharide_MS_library_2019.zip - Archive file with the Library in NIST MS Search format. Unzip whole folder where the NIST MS Search program installed. If you do not have NIST MS Search Program see Notes below.||5.9MB||Download|
|2||Readme.pdf - Short instruction for installation and use||~341KB||Download|
|3||md5_checklist.chk - MD5 hash file.||1KB||Download|
NOTES You will need NIST MS Search software v.2.3 to search the oligosaccharides library. The software can be download from here: Download installation program (32.03 MiB). Download archive and unzip installation file. Run NIST17Demo.exe to install the search program.
Release Date: December 12, 2019
For questions, please contact
Dr. Connie A. Remoroza
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