Total Protein Extraction for Metaproteomics Analysis of Methane Producing Biofilm: The Effects of Detergents
AbstractProtein recovery is crucial for shotgun metaproteomics to study the in situ functionality of microbial populations from complex biofilms but still poorly addressed by far. To fill this knowledge gap, we systematically evaluated the sample preparation with extraction buffers comprising four detergents for the metaproteomics analysis of a terephthalate-degrading methanogenic biofilm using an on-line two-dimensional liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (2D-LC-MS/MS) system. Totally, 1018 non-repeated proteins were identified with the four treatments. On the whole, each treatment could recover the biofilm proteins with specific distributions of molecular weight, hydrophobicity, and isoelectric point. The extraction buffers containing zwitterionic and anionic detergents were found to harvest the proteins with better efficiency and quality, allowing identification up to 76.2% of total identified proteins with the LC-MS/MS analysis. According to the annotation with a relevant metagenomic database, we further observed different taxonomic profiles of bacterial and archaeal members and discriminable patterns of the functional expression among the extraction buffers used. Overall, the finding of the present study provides first insight to the effect of the detergents on the characteristics of extractable proteins from biofilm and the developed protocol combined with nano 2D-LC/MS/MS analysis can improve the metaproteomics studies on microbial functionality of biofilms in the wastewater treatment systems.
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Huang, H.-J.; Chen, W.-Y.; Wu, J.-H. Total Protein Extraction for Metaproteomics Analysis of Methane Producing Biofilm: The Effects of Detergents. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2014, 15, 10169-10184.
Huang H-J, Chen W-Y, Wu J-H. Total Protein Extraction for Metaproteomics Analysis of Methane Producing Biofilm: The Effects of Detergents. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2014; 15(6):10169-10184.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Hung-Jen; Chen, Wei-Yu; Wu, Jer-Horng. 2014. "Total Protein Extraction for Metaproteomics Analysis of Methane Producing Biofilm: The Effects of Detergents." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 15, no. 6: 10169-10184.