Investigating native state fluorescence emission of Immunoglobulin G using polarized Excitation Emission Matrix (pEEM) spectroscopy and PARAFAC
Ryder, Alan G.
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Steiner-Browne, Marina, Elcoroaristizabal, Saioa, Casamayou-Boucau, Yannick, & Ryder, Alan G. (2019). Investigating native state fluorescence emission of Immunoglobulin G using polarized Excitation Emission Matrix (pEEM) spectroscopy and PARAFAC. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 185, 1-11. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemolab.2018.12.007
Intrinsic fluorescence spectroscopy (IFS) measurements for protein structural analysis can be enhanced by the use of anisotropy resolved multidimensional emission spectroscopy (ARMES). ARMES attempts to overcome the tryptophan (Trp) and tyrosine (Tyr) spectral overlap problem and resolve emitting components by combining anisotropy measurements with chemometric analysis. Here we investigate for the first time the application of polarized excitation-emission matrix (pEEM) measurements and Parallel Factor (PARAFAC) analysis to study IFS from an Immunoglobulin G (IgG) type protein, rabbit IgG (rIgG), in its native state. Protein IFS is a non-trilinear system primarily because of Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET). Non-trilinearity is also caused by inner filter effects, and Rayleigh/Raman scattering, both of which can be corrected by data pre-processing. However, IFS FRET cannot be corrected for, and thus here we carefully evaluated the impact of various different data pre-processing methods on IFS data which used for PARAFAC. Care must be taken with data pre-processing and interpolation, as both had an impact on PARAFAC modelling and the recovered anisotropy values, with residual shot noise from the Rayleigh scatter which overlapped the emission blue edge being the root cause. pEEM spectra from thawed rIgG solutions (15 35 °C temperature range) were collected with an expectation being that this temperature range should cause sufficient emission variation to facilitate component resolution but without major structural changes. However, the only significant changes observed were of the overall intensity due to thermal motion induced quenching and this was confirmed by the PARAFAC scores. PARAFAC resolved one major component (>99%) for the emission data (polarized and unpolarized) which mostly represented the large Tyr-to-Trp hetero-FRET process, with a second, very weak component (
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