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  • P-ISSN2233-4203
  • E-ISSN2093-8950

Vol.10 No.2

Joohye Kim(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Dasom Shin(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Hui-Seung Kang(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Eunhye Lee(Busan Regional Office of Food and Drug Administration) ; Soo Yeon Choi(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Hee-Seok Lee(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Byung-Hoon Cho(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Kang-Bong Lee(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) ; Ji Yoon Jeong(National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation) pp.43-49 https://doi.org/10.5478/MSL.2019.10.2.43
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The aim of this study was conducted to develop an analytical method to determine the concentration of ceftiofur residue in eel, flatfish, and shrimp. For derivatization and extraction, the sample was hydrolyzed with dithioerythritol to produce desfuroylceftiofur, which was then derivatized by iodoacetamide to obtain desfuroylceftiofur acetamide. For purification, the process of solid phase extraction (Oasis HLB) was used. The target analytes were confirmed and quantified in C 18 column using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry with 0.1% formic acid in water (A) and 0.1% formic acid in acetonitrile (B) as the mobile phase. The linearity of the standard calibration curve was confirmed by a correlation coefficient, r 2 > 0.99. The limit of quantification for ceftiofur was 0.002 mg/kg; the accuracy (expressed as the average recoveries) was 80.6-105%; the precision (expressed as the coefficient of variation) was below 6.3% at 0.015, 0.03, and 0.06 mg/kg. The validated method demonstrated high accuracy and acceptable sensitivity to meet the Codex guideline requirements. The developed method was tested using market samples. As a results, ceftiofur was detected in one sample. Therefore, it can be applied to the analysis of ceftiofur residues in fishery products.

Sangeetha Ramachandran(Cochin University of Science and technology) ; Tessamma Thomas(Cochin University of Science and technology) pp.50-55 https://doi.org/10.5478/MSL.2019.10.2.50
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The fragmentation statistics of ion trap CID (Collision-Induced Dissociation) spectra using 87,661 tandem mass spectra of doubly charged tryptic peptides are analyzed here. In contrast to the usual method of using intensity information, the frequency of occurrence of fragment ions, with respect to the position of the cleavage site and the residues at these sites is stud-ied in this paper. The analysis shows that the frequency of occurrence of fragment ion peaks is more towards the middle of the peptide than its ends. It was noted that amino acid with an aromatic and basic side chain at N- & C- terminal end of the peptide stimulates more peaks at the lower end of the spectrum. The residue pair effect was shown when the amide bond occurs between acidic and basic residues. The fragmentation at these sites (D/E-H/R/K) stimulates the generation of the y-ion peak. Also, the cleavage site H–H/R/K stimulates the generation of b-ions. K-P environment in the peptide sequence has more tendency to gen-erate y-ions than b-ions. Statistical analysis helps in the visualization of the CID fragmentation pattern. Cleavage pattern along the length of the peptide and the residue pair effects, enhance the knowledge of fragmentation behavior, which is useful for the better interpretation of tandem mass spectra.

Jae Hee Kim(Kangwon National University) ; Xuan-Lan Mai(Kangwon National University) ; Kyu Yeon Kim(Caleb Multilab Inc.) ; Min-Seok Sim(Kangwon National University) ; So-Yeon Lee(Kangwon National University) ; Hee-Won Seo(Kangwon National University) ; Gunhee Lee(Kangwon National University) ; Dae Jung Kim(Kangwon National University) ; Kyeong Ho Kim(Kangwon National University) pp.56-60 https://doi.org/10.5478/MSL.2019.10.2.56
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Coptidis Rhizoma (CR) has been used widely in traditional medicine to treat common diseases. This study aimed to develop a high-sensitivity liquid chromatography-tandem mass (LC-MS) spectrometry method for the evaluation of the pharmacokinetics of a new natural product that contain CR extract with the main bioactive compound, berberine, at trace concentrations. Human plasma samples were pretreated with methanol by a protein precipitation method. Berberine was analyzed on a Kinetex C18 column (2.1 mm × 50 mm, 100 Å, 1.7 µm) using a mobile phase of 10 mM ammonium formate/0.1% formic acid in water (A) and acetonitrile (B) (50:50, v/v) with a flow rate of 0.25 mL/min. The analyte was detected by using electrospray ionization in positive mode with multiple reaction monitoring (MRM). The method was sensitive, with a lower limit of quantification of 1 pg/mL, which has not been previously obtained. The method was validated (over the range of 1–50 pg/mL) and applied successfully for the pharmacokinetic study of human plasma samples.

Pil Joung Cho(Kyungpook National University) ; Kwang-Hyeon Liu(Kyungpook National University) ; Im-Sook Song(Kyungpook National University) ; Kyung-Sik Song(Kyungpook National University) ; sangkyu@knu.ac.kr sangkyu@knu.ac.kr(Kyungpook National University) pp.61-62 https://doi.org/10.5478/MSL.2019.10.2.61
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Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng Meyer) is a traditional herb used across the world to treat various diseases. Although, red ginseng is this herb’s most famous product and has demonstrated diverse pharmacological activities, white ginseng (WG) is another ginseng product that is made fresh and individually regulated in Eastern Asia. Red and white ginseng show different characteristics due to distinct processing steps despite originating from the same plant, and the drug interactions induced by WG have not been well documented. Selegiline is a selective monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor used as an antidyskinetic and antiparkinsonian agent. Here we developed a quantification method for selegiline in mouse plasma using a C8 stationary phase in triple quadrupole-mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) with multiple reaction monitoring (MRM). The validated LC-MS/MS method was successfully applied to determine the potential interaction with WG extract (0.1 g/kg/day) pre-administered for 4 weeks. The AUC 0-240 min of selegiline was altered due to a decrease in the absorption of selegiline with repeated administration of WG extract.

Hyo Chun Lee(Dankook University) ; Dong Yoon Kim(Dankook University) ; Min-Jong Choi(Dankook University) ; Sung Kyu Jin(Dankook University) ; Yong Seok Choi(Dankook University) pp.66-70 https://doi.org/10.5478/MSL.2019.10.2.66
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Rivaroxaban (RRN) is the first available active direct factor Xa inhibitor (anticoagulant) with oral administration. Due to its success in market, there have been efforts to develop various RRN formulations, and the development of good analytical methods for its in vivo evaluation is an essential prerequisite. Thus, here, a simple and efficient method to determine RRN in rat plasma using liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) and liquid chromatography and multiple reaction monitoring (LC-MRM) was presented. The use of ethyl acetate as the LLE solvent results appropriate extraction and purification of RRN and it also helps the significant reduction of rat plasma volume required for RRN quantitation. The developed method showed good analytical performance including specificity, linearity (r 2 ≥ 0.999 within 0.5 - 500 ng/mL), sensitivity (the lower limit of quantitation at 0.5 ng/ mL), accuracy (89.3 - 107.0%), precision (≥ 12.7%), and recovery (89.2 - 105.7%). Additionally, RRN in sample extracts showed good stability. Finally, the applicability of the validated method to the PK evaluation of RRN was confirmed after its oral administration to normal rats. The present method is the first analytical method employing LLE for the simple and efficient extraction and purification of RRN in rat plasma. Therefore, the present method can contribute to the development of new RRN formulations as well as to the monitoring of RRN in special clinical situations through its efficient determination in various samples with or without minor modification.

Mass Spectrometry Letters