Multi-Omic Single-Shot Technology for Integrated Proteome and Lipidome Analysis

Yuchen He, Edrees H. Rashan, Vanessa Linke, Evgenia Shishkova, Alexander S. Hebert, Adam Jochem, Michael S. Westphall, David J. Pagliarini, Katherine A. Overmyer, Joshua J. Coon

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Mass spectrometry (MS) serves as the centerpiece technology for proteome, lipidome, and metabolome analysis. To gain a better understanding of the multifaceted networks of myriad regulatory layers in complex organisms, integration of different multiomic layers is increasingly performed, including joint extraction methods of diverse biomolecular classes and comprehensive data analyses of different omics. Despite the versatility of MS systems, fractured methodology drives nearly all MS laboratories to specialize in analysis of a single ome at the exclusion of the others. Although liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) analysis is similar for different biomolecular classes, the integration on the instrument level is lagging behind. The recent advancements in high flow proteomics enable us to take a first step towards integration of protein and lipid analysis. Here, we describe a technology to achieve broad and deep coverage of multiple molecular classes simultaneously through multi-omic single-shot technology (MOST), requiring only one column, one LC-MS instrument, and a simplified workflow. MOST achieved great robustness and reproducibility. Its application to a Saccharomyces cerevisiae study consisting of 20 conditions revealed 2842 protein groups and 325 lipids and potential molecular relationships.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4217-4222
Number of pages6
JournalAnalytical Chemistry
Issue number9
StatePublished - Mar 9 2021


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