Disambiguation of Isomeric Procyanidins with Cyclic B-Type and Non-cyclic A-Type Structures from Wine and Peanut Skin with HPLC-HDX-HRMS/MS
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Hydrogen/deuterium exchange coupled with high-resolution mass spectrometry was successfully applied for the identification of A-type tetrameric, pentameric, and hexameric procyanidins in peanut skin. This extended a previous study on isomeric cyclic B-type unconventional tetramer, pentamer, and hexamer procyanidins found in wine and cranberries. Not only had the method successfully identified the procyanidins with a single A-linkage (e.g., tetrameric m/z 1153.2608) by means of distinguishing them from their isomeric cyclic B-type analogues, but this method also worked for procyanidins with two or more A-linkages (such as the tetrameric m/z 1151.2452). As a further consequence, B-type cyclic pentamers and hexamers in wine have been elucidated with hydrogen/deuterium exchange (HDX) for the first time. [Figure not available: see fulltext.]. © 2018, American Society for Mass Spectrometry.
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