Electrochemistry can be successfully applied for Drug – Protein Binding studies and the formation of adducts. Therefore, the drug gets in a 1st reaction (Phase I) activated by passing through the electrochemical cell and in a 2nd follow-up reaction (Phase II) the protein is added to form the Drug –Protein adduct prior to MS detection. For a few samples the ROXY EC system consisting of the ROXY potentiostat and the dual syringe infusion pump is the ideal instrument to conduct such studies in only a few minutes. For numerous samples, the use of the ROXY EC/LC system is recommended to allow fully automated Drug – Protein Binding studies.
Schematics ROXY EC system consisting of: dual syringe infusion pump (1 x drug, 1 x protein), ReactorCell, and reaction coil for Phase I and II reactions.
Phase I: drug gets infused and activated (oxidized) in ReactorCell.
Phase II: protein is added after the ReactorCell to form the Drug – Protein adduct detected by MS
Drug–Protein adduct formation of Amodiaquine withß-Lactalbumin
Mass spectra of:
ß-Lactalbumin and AQQI–ß-Lactalbumin adduct using ROXY EC.
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