Raman database of amino acids solutions: A critical study of Extended Multiplicative Signal Correction
Di Mascolo, Daniele
Gentile, Francesco T.
Coluccio, Maria Laura
Malara, Natalia Maria
Di Fabrizio, Enzo M.
KAUST DepartmentPhysical Sciences and Engineering (PSE) Division
Materials Science and Engineering Program
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AbstractThe Raman spectra of biological materials always exhibit complex profiles, constituting several peaks and/or bands which arise due to the large variety of biomolecules. The extraction of quantitative information from these spectra is not a trivial task. While qualitative information can be retrieved from the changes in peaks frequencies or from the appearance/disappearance of some peaks, quantitative analysis requires an examination of peak intensities. Unfortunately in biological samples it is not easy to identify a reference peak for normalizing intensities, and this makes it very difficult to study the peak intensities. In the last decades a more refined mathematical tool, the extended multiplicative signal correction (EMSC), has been proposed for treating infrared spectra, which is also capable of providing quantitative information. From the mathematical and physical point of view, EMSC can also be applied to Raman spectra, as recently proposed. In this work the reliability of the EMSC procedure is tested by application to a well defined biological system: the 20 standard amino acids and their combination in peptides. The first step is the collection of a Raman database of these 20 amino acids, and subsequently EMSC processing is applied to retrieve quantitative information from amino acids mixtures and peptides. A critical review of the results is presented, showing that EMSC has to be carefully handled for complex biological systems. © 2013 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
SponsorsThe authors gratefully acknowledge Dr Camillo Palmieri for providing the peptides IBTK1 and IBTK2. Financial support is acknowledged from Italian-FIRB project "Rete Nazionale di Ricerca sulle Nanoscienze ItalNanoNet" (cod. RBPR05JH2P_010, CUP B41J09000110005) and from Cariplo Foundation under the project "New Frontiers in Plasmonic Nanosensing" (Grant no. 2011-0338).
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
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