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Sample spotting techniques. Dried droplet Crushed crystal Thin layer Sandwich. Dried Droplet. Most common method used with all matrices. Premix sample and matrix solution in small vial (500 µL Eppendorf tube), spot 0.5 - 1 µL onto sample plate and air dry.

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sample spotting techniques
Sample spotting techniques
  • Dried droplet
  • Crushed crystal
  • Thin layer
  • Sandwich
dried droplet
Dried Droplet
  • Most common method used with all matrices.
  • Premix sample and matrix solution in small vial (500 µL Eppendorf tube), spot 0.5 - 1 µL onto sample plate and air dry.
  • For small sample amounts, deposit 0.5 µL on plate, then add 0.5 µL matrix on top; mix and allow to dry.
crushed crystal method
Crushed Crystal Method
  • Prepare a saturated solution of sinapinic acid (or CHCA) in 30% AcN.
  • Deposit 1 µL of this solution on the sample plate and allow to dry.
  • Crush the crystals formed with a spatula or a foil-wrapped pencil eraser.
  • Add 0.5 - 1 µL of sample in saturated matrix on top of the crystal layer and allow to dry.
thin layer
Thin Layer
  • Use 10 mg/mL CHCA in acetone. Apply 0.5 µL to plate and dry.
  • Place 0.5 µL sample in 0.1% TFA on top of the matrix layer and allow to dry.
  • If sample is not acidified, 0.5 µL 0.1% TFA can be added to the plate, then the sample.
sandwich method
Sandwich Method
  • Deposit 0.5 µL matrix(in acetone or methanol) on plate and let dry.
  • Add 0.5 µL sample in 0.1% TFA, then 0.5 µL matrix (in 50% Acn with 0.1% TFA) and dry in air.
ideal sample concentrations
Ideal Sample Concentrations
  • Peptides and proteins: 0.1 to 10 µM
  • Oligonucleotides: 10 to 100 µM
  • Polymers: 100 µM
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