Quantitative Data-Independent Acquisition Glycoproteomics of Sparkling Wine
Cassandra L Pegg, Toan K Phung, Christopher H Caboche, Suchada Niamsuphap, Marshall Bern, Kate Howell, Benjamin L Schulz
Molecular and Cellular Proteomics | American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology | Published : 2021
Sparkling wine is an alcoholic beverage enjoyed around the world. The sensory properties of sparkling wine depend on a complex interplay between the chemical and biochemical components in the final product. Glycoproteins have been linked to positive and negative qualities in sparkling wine, but the glycosylation profiles of sparkling wine have not been previously investigated in detail. We analyzed the glycoproteome of sparkling wines using protein- and glycopeptide-centric approaches. We developed an automated workflow that created ion libraries to analyze sequential window acquisition of all theoretical mass spectra data-independent acquisition mass spectrometry data based on glycopeptides..View full abstract
Awarded by Wine Australia Research Scholarship
Christopher H. Caboche was supported by a Wine Australia Research Scholarship Ph1903. The other authors declare no competing interests.