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Structural characterization of flavonoid glycosides by collisionally activated dissociation of metal complexes

  • Mary Satterfield
  • Jennifer S. Brodbelt
Focus: Metal-Ion Interactions

Abstract

Collisionally activated dissociation is used for structural characterization of a series of flavonoid glycosides. Dissociation of transition metal/flavonoid binary complexes of the type [MII(L − H+)]+ and transition metal/2,2′-bipyridine/flavonoid ternary complexes of the type [MII(L − H+)bpy]+ give fragmentation patterns that are complementary and more diagnostic than those of the protonated, deprotonated, or sodium-cationized flavonoids. Analysis of fragmentation patterns of the [M (L − H+)bpy]+ complexes permits determination of the disaccharide as a rutinose or neohesperidose and the relative placement of the disaccharide (i.e., 3 vs. 7 positions).

Keywords

Flavonoid Rutin Disaccharide Bipy Rhamnose 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and BiochemistryUniversity of Texas at AustinAustinUSA

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