Method Of Quantifying Membrane Protein By Mass Spectrometry Using Peptide Selection Criteria

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(12)United States Patent(10)Patent No.: US 7,901,942 B2
 Kamiie et al. (45) Date of Patent:Mar.  8, 2011

(54)Method of quantifying membrane protein by mass spectrometry using peptide selection criteria 
    
(75)Inventors: Junichi Kamiie,  Sendai (JP); 
  Sumio Otsuki,  Sendai (JP); 
  Tetsuya Terasaki,  Sendai (JP) 
(73)Assignee:Tohoku University,  Sendai (JP), Type: Foreign Company 
(*)Notice: Subject to any disclaimer, the term of this patent is extended or adjusted under 35 U.S.C. 154(b) by 143 days. 
(21)Appl. No.: 12/093,133 
(22)PCT Filed:Oct.  27, 2006 
(86)PCT No.: PCT/JP2006/321577 
 § 371 (c)(1), (2), (4) Date: Jun.  27, 2008  
(87)PCT Pub. No.:WO20/07/055116 
 PCT Pub. Date:May  18, 2007 
(65)Prior Publication Data 
 US 2010/0029005 A1 Feb.  4, 2010 
(30)Foreign Application Priority Data 
 Nov.  8, 2005     (JP)   2005-324159
(51)Int. Cl. G01N 033/00 (20060101)
(52)U.S. Cl. 436/86; 435/23
(58)Field of Search  436/86; 435/23

 
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     Primary Examiner —Yelena G Gakh
     Assistant Examiner —Michelle M Adams
     Art Unit — 1797
     Exemplary claim number — 1
 
(74)Attorney, Agent, or Firm — Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

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Abstract

A method is provided for quantifying a plasma membrane protein present by using a stable-isotope labeled peptide as a probe by mass spectrometry in a simple, quick and accurate manner. A plasma membrane protein is fragmented to prepare an oligopeptide fragment, identified by LC/MS/MS. A subject peptide for quantification is selected if the peptide is obtained by fragmenting with a protease, the peptide is specific to a target molecule, and if the peptide has a high total score value based on selective criteria for hydrophobic amino acids content, sequence conditions, number of amino acid residues, specific amino acid sequence conditions, etc. According to these criteria, a subject peptide fragment that can be ionized by ESI method is selected. By using the subject peptide for and a stable-isotope labeled peptide, the plasma membrane protein is quantified accurately by mass spectrometry.
13 Claims, 7 Drawing Sheets, and 7 Figures


[0001] The present invention relates to a method for measuring quantitatively a plasma membrane protein, specifically to a method for measuring quantitatively a membrane protein present in a plasma membrane, by using a stable-isotope labeled peptide as a probe, by a mass spectrometry using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LS/MS/MS).

BACKGROUND ART

[0002] Plasma membrane protein (sometimes referred to as membrane protein) is present as a protein constituting a biological membrane. A plasma membrane protein has a function as a receptor of an enzyme, peptide hormone, growth factor, autacoid, etc.; transporter of sugar, etc.; ion channel, or plasma membrane antigen, and is associated with dynamic functions of a cell such as penetration/transportation of a substance, by receiving a signal from the surface of a cell. A plasma membrane protein is a protein or a glycoprotein incorporated in a plasma membrane lipid bilayer, which is present in various forms, for example, penetrating all layers of a plasma membrane (transmembrane protein), located on the surface layer (cell surface protein), or undercoating a plasma membrane. In either case, it is a high molecular protein.
[0003] As one of plasma membrane protein, ABCG2 (ATP binding cassette transporter G2) is known. ABCG2 is known as a member of human ATP binding cassette (ABC) transporter, and it is reported that ABC transporter is associated with causes of diseases or drug transport. ABC transporter is one of the biggest superfamily of protein which is found in any cell of from bacterium to higher animal such as human, and about 250 members (about 50 in human) are known. Almost all ABC proteins function as a transporter, while some function as an ion channel. ABCG2 gene has been first isolated by Allikmets et al (Humann Mol. Genet. 5(10), 1649-1655, 1996). This protein is a transporter being the cause of drug resistance, and has been revealed to have a function to discharge anticancer agents to the outside of the cell (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 95, 15665-15670, 1998; Clin. Cancer. Res. 7, 935-941, 2001).
[0004] Further, also as one of plasma membrane proteins, P-glycoprotein (PGP; also known as multidrug transporter MDR1) is known (Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif. 94306, USA; Nature 323(6090), 728-731, 1986; Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 162(1), 224-231, 1989). P-glycoprotein is a member of the ABC transporter superfamily, and is expressed in human intestines, liver or other tissues. The enzyme is incorporated in the plasma membrane and acts, as an efflux pump transporting small molecules. It has been known these last several years that expression of a high-level P-glycoprotein is a mechanism of tumor resistance against chemotherapy of cancer. Further, expression of P-glycoprotein in intestines, affects oral bioavailability of an agent molecule which is a substrate of this transporter, enables effective discharge of drug in intestine lumen, thus reducing the drug amount to circulate.
[0005] Further, ABCC4 is known as one of plasma membrane proteins (Genetics, 123(1), 45-54, 1989). ABCC4 is known as a member of ATP binding domain (ABC) transporter. ABC transporter superfamily is one of the biggest gene families, which encodes membrane protein groups having various functions related to energy-dependent transportation of a wide variety of substances passing through the membrane (Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev., 5, 779-85, 1995). ABC proteins are associated with extracellular and intracellular membrane transport of various substances, including ion, amino acid, peptide, sugar, vitamin, and steroid hormone. Human ABCC subfamily has at present 10 identified members (ABCC 1-10), among which 7 are derived from multidrug resistance-like (MRP) subgroup, 2 are derived from sulfonyaurea receptor (SUR) subgroup, and 1 is CFTR gene. MRP-like protein is an organic anion transporter. ABCC4 and ABCC5 proteins are known to impart resistance against nucleotide analog including PMEA and purine base analog.
[0006] As for biogenic proteins such as the above-mentioned plasma membrane protein, it is necessary to detect proteins contained in the cells or the like, and measure them quantitatively in order to elucidate the function of the protein, or when testing or screening for the protein, or to use the protein. Particularly, when developing a novel drug, it is significant to quantify absolutely proteins such as membrane proteins to test a novel drug candidate, with a simple and accurate method.
[0007] For example, more than 90% of substances: as novel drug candidates, which pharmaceuticals companies have developed by spending much time and cost, are dropped out (halt development). Most of the reasons are drug kinetics (absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion) such as low-absorption to digestive tracts, or drug transfer into inappropriate organs, and side effects. As drug kinetics are considered by using animals conventionally, it cannot be considered at an early phase of the development as high throughput screening. Further, as there are species differences of drug kinetics, some data obtained from animal experiments are not reproduced in human. In other words, the problem of drug kinetics is often revealed in clinical experiments at a late stage of the development, which cause significant losses for pharmaceutical companies. Due to such problems, it is awaited that human drug kinetics can be estimated at an early phase of development by using a system that enables high throughput screening in vitro.
[0008] Performance of the above system is actualized for metabolisms of drug kinetics. In other words, the absolute amount of each metabolic enzyme in human liver is revealed. Further, the metabolic velocity per molecule by each metabolic enzyme of the subject drug in vitro is calculated by using a recombinant protein. From the information from each metabolic enzyme functioning mainly in liver, the metabolic velocity of the subject drug can be estimated by calculation. In other words, a means for obtaining the absolute amount of enzyme protein in organs and in vitro is indispensable.
[0009] On the other hand, a membrane protein associated with drug kinetics (drug transporter, receptor), which transports drugs is playing a crucial role for absorption, distribution and excretion among the drug kinetics. Therefore, if the absolute amount of the membrane protein associated with drug kinetics in organs, and the transportation ability or the binding ability of the drug per molecule can be measured, it would be possible to estimate the metabolic velocity from the obtained information by calculation, similarly with metabolism. Presently, there is a system to estimate in vitro the transportation or binding by using a membrane protein forcibly expressing cell or an expressed membrane vesicle, while it is very difficult to quantify the absolute amount of membrane protein. Therefore, if a more general method for quantifying the absolute amount of membrane protein with a high sensitivity is established, it becomes possible to estimate drug kinetics from an experiment system in vitro. Thus, it would be possible to estimate drug kinetics in human at an early stage of drug development, and reduce significantly time and cost necessary for drug development. The development of a method for absolutely quantifying membrane protein is awaited also even in the field of drug development.
[0010] Conventionally, a method using electrophoresis such as two-dimensional electrophoresis was conducted for quantifying biogenic proteins. With this method, detection and quantification were performed by staining the protein to be quantified, or by autoradiography, or by using an antibody specific to a particular protein (western blot). Particularly, a method using an antibody was conducted for quantifying a plasma membrane protein. For a method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein using an antibody, it is necessary to prepare an antibody against the protein, and it cannot be applied to a membrane protein against which an antibody cannot be prepared. Further, the method for quantifying comprises solubilizing the membrane protein when preparing a sample, and then electrophoresing to stain the antibody. However, as solubilizing conditions vary upon membrane proteins, conditions must be considered individually, which takes time. Further, as it is not possible to electrophorese insoluble proteins or high-molecular proteins, it was difficult to apply these methods for quantifying a plasma membrane protein.
[0011] On the other hand, mass spectrometry is making a significant progress recently, and the method is considered and used for detecting or measuring various biological materials. Mass spectrometers having various function have been developed including: a mass spectrometer having an electrospray ionization (ESI) source, a mass spectrometer having a liquid chromatography spectrometry (LC-MS), a MS/MS spectrum or tandem mass spectrum (tandemu MS) mass spectrometer wherein two mass spectrometers are bound. They are used for detecting or measuring biological materials (Japanese Laid-Open Patent Application No. 2004-28993; Japanese Laid-Open Patent Application No. 2004-77276; Published Japanese translation of PCT international publication No. 2004-533610).
[0012] Recently, a mass spectrometry using a stable-isotope label has been developed, and is used for detecting or measuring biological materials. This method quantifies proteins or peptides in a sample by mass spectrometry, by using proteins or peptides labeled with a stable-isotope. Examples of using the method for quantifying C-reactive protein (CRP) which is a diagnostic marker in the serum of a patient with rheumatism, and -amyloid in a sample from mammalian tissues or in body fluid have been reported. However, no example of using such mass spectrometry for quantifying a plasma membrane protein which is insoluble and high-molecular is known.
[0013] Conventionally, LS/MS/MS is used for detecting or measuring biological materials by using mass spectrometry. Quantification by using LS/MS/MS is performed by using channel in which MS spectrum of the intended compound, and a particular MSMS spectrum peak are combined. For a low-molecular weight compound, usually the method is performed by using a single channel. However, in case of a peptide, which is high molecular, it was estimated that quantification using a single channel would cause some problems, and quantification using a single channel in fact caused some problems.
[0014] In other words, when there is a peptide with a different sequence from that of the selected peptide detected in the same channel, plural peaks are detected in the selected channel. It is possible to synthesize an internal standard peptide, and to identify the peak of the elution time identical with the internal standard peptide, as a peak of the intended peptide. However, when plural channels are prepared for various membrane proteins, it is very difficult to synthesize internal standard peptides for all of them, from the view points of time and cost. Therefore, a means for identifying the peak of the intended peptide without an internal standard peptide is necessary. Further, it is possible that a peptide with a different sequence detected in the same channel is detected within the same elution time as the intended peptide, which lowers quantification accuracy.
[0015] Patent reference 1: Japanese Laid-Open Patent Application No. 2004-28993
[0016] Patent reference 2: Japanese Laid-Open Patent Application. No. 2004-77276
[0017] Patent reference 3: Japanese; Laid-Open Patent Application No. 2004-157124
[0018] Patent reference 4: Published Japanese translation of PCT International Publication NO. 2004-533610
[0019] Non-patent reference 1: Humann Mol. Genet. 5(10), 1649-1655, 1996
[0020] Non-patent reference 2: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 95, 15665-15670, 1998
[0021] Non-patent reference 3: Clin. Cancer. Res. 7, 935-941, 2001
[0022] Non-patent reference 4: Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif. 94306, USA
[0023] Non-patent reference 5: Nature 323(6090), 728-731, 1986
[0024] Non-patent reference 6: Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 162(1), 224-231,
[0025] Non-patent reference 7: Genetics, 123(1), 45-54, 1989
[0026] Non-patent reference 8: Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev., 5, 779-85, 1995
[0027] Non-patent reference 9: Proteomics 4, 1175-1186, 2004

DISCLOSURE OF THE INVENTION

Object to be Solved by the Invention

[0028] A plasma membrane protein constituting a biological membrane has important functions including receptor against factors acting on organisms, transporter of biological substances, ion channel, and plasma membrane antigen. Elucidation of functions of the protein, screening of active substances using the protein, and test or diagnosis using expression of the protein have been performed. When elucidating functions of the protein, screening of active substances, or testing/diagnosis utilizing expression of the protein, it is necessary to detect the protein contained in cells and to measure it quantitatively. Particularly, when developing a novel drug, it is significantly important to quantify absolutely the plasma protein with a simple and accurate method for testing a material being a novel drug candidate.
[0029] Conventionally, when detecting and quantifying biological proteins, methods such as staining method, autoradiography, or electrophoresis using an antibody were used. However, as a plasma membrane protein is high molecular and insoluble, it is difficult to conduct electrophoresis, and thus difficult to quantify with these conventional methods. For a method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein using an antibody, it is necessary to prepare an antibody against the protein, and it cannot be applied to a membrane protein against which an antibody cannot be prepared. Further, the method for quantifying comprises solubilizing the plasma membrane protein when preparing a sample, and then electrophoresing to stain the antibody. However, as solubilizing conditions vary upon plasma membrane proteins, conditions must be considered individually, which takes time. Further, a lot of time, technique, and cost are necessary to prepare an antibody.
[0030] Thus, the object of the present invention is to provide a method for measuring accurately and quantitatively a high molecular and insoluble plasma membrane protein with a simple method, more specifically a method for measuring quantitatively and accurately a membrane protein which is present in a cell membrane by using a stable-isotope labeled peptide as a probe, by mass spectrometry in a simple and accurate manner, with a simple means. Further, the present invention is to provide a method for measuring a plasma membrane protein accurately and easily by improving selection of measuring samples or measuring means, when quantifying a plasma membrane protein by mass spectrometry.

Means to Solve the Object

[0031] The present inventors made a keen study to resolve the above object, and found out that a high molecular and insoluble plasma membrane protein can be quantified simply and quickly, and accurately by the following steps:
[0032] fragmentizing a separated plasma membrane protein to be quantified with a protease to prepare an oligopeptide fragment, identifying it by LS/MS/MS; setting as essential criteria that it is a peptide obtained by fragmentizing with a protease, and that it is a peptide sequence specific to the target molecule, and by establishing selective criteria with scores for content of hydrophobic amino acid, sequence conditions, amino acid residue numbers, specific amino acid sequence conditions, etc.; selecting the peptide fragment that can be ionized by ESI, according to a selective criterion by which a peptide with a high score is preferentially selected; selecting the peptide fragment as a subject peptide for quantification; on the other hand, by preparing a stable-isotope labeled peptide having the same sequence as the subject peptide for quantification, and labeled with a stable-isotope element; preparing in advance a calibration curve with the subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide from a mass spectrometry by LS/MS/MS by using a sample of a certain concentration; and calculating from the calibration curve from the results of LS/MS/MS mass spectrometry of an oligopeptide fragment of a sample of a plasma membrane protein to be quantified, and the stable-isotope labeled peptide.
[0033] One of the features of the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by using LS/MS/MS mass spectrometry of the present invention, is to select the oligopeptide fragment enabling ionization by ESI method, and to select a subject peptide for quantification, using the selective criteria for a subject peptide for quantification, established for at least, a protease to use, hydrophobic amino acid content and sequence conditions, amino acid residue numbers, and specific amino acid sequence conditions. In other words, when quantifying a plasma membrane protein by mass spectrometry, it is effective to quantify by using LS/MS/MS method. As a problem of a conventional method, for quantifying a protein by using LS/MS/MS method, it is necessary to select a peptide that can be separated by liquid chromatography, and has a superior ionization efficiency. For this, it is necessary to measure a sample containing a large amount of the protein by LS/MS/MS, and to confirm peptide that ionizes. When there is a little amount of the plasma membrane protein, a very long time and burden are required for pre-treatment of separation/concentration. The determination of a subject peptide for quantification is a rate-controlling step of the conventional LS/MS/MS method, and it was difficult to apply the method for quantifying of a large amount of membrane proteins (example: 48 ABC transporters, and 319 SCL transporters in human). To resolve this problem, in the present invention, the above criteria for selecting peptide (selective standard) were established to select a subject peptide for quantification, and by selecting a peptide having an excellent ionization efficiency, it became possible to quantify a plasma membrane protein by LS/MS/MS mass spectrometry accurately and effectively. The selection of a peptide having an excellent ionization efficiency by using the criteria for selecting peptide can be performed at a high speed with a computer, and it is possible to select an appropriate peptide.
[0034] In other words, the present invention relates to: (“1”) a method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by liquid chromatograph-tandem mass spectrometer (LS/MS/MS) using a stable-isotope labeled peptide, comprising the following steps (a) to (e):
[0035] (a) a step of preparing and identifying an oligopeptide fragment by fragmentizing a separated plasma membrane protein to be quantified; selecting a subject peptide for quantification that can be ionized by ESI method, according to a criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification including essential criteria consisting of at least as: 1) that it is a peptide obtained from a protease comprising trypsin, endoproteinase, and pepsin; and 2) that it is a peptide sequence specific to the target molecule;
b) a step of preparing a stable-isotope labeled peptide having the same sequence as the subject peptide for quantification, and labeled with a stable-isotope element by a peptide synthesis-method;
c) a step of preparing a calibration curve by using the subject peptide for quantification and the stable-isotope labeled peptide, and performing mass spectrometry using LS/MS/MS for each predetermined concentration level;
(d) a step of performing mass spectrometry by using LS/MS/MS by adding a stable-isotope labeled peptide to the peptide fragment obtained by fragmentizing the plasma membrane protein to be quantified in a sample with the protease, and calculating the mass spectrum area ratio of a plasma membrane protein peptide to be quantified to the stable-isotope labeled peptide;
(e) a step of calculating the quantitative level from the area ratio by using the calibration curve.
[0036] In other words, the present invention relates to: (“1”) a method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by liquid chromatograph-tandem mass spectrometer (LC-MSMS) using a stable-isotope labeled peptide, comprising the following steps (a) to (e):
[0037] (a) a step of preparing and identifying an oligopeptide fragment by fragmentizing a separated plasma membrane protein to be quantified; selecting a subject peptide for quantification that can be ionized by ESI method, according to a criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification including essential criteria consisting of at least as: 1) that it is a peptide obtained from a protease comprising trypsin, endoproteinase, and pepsin; and 2) that it is a peptide sequence specific to the target molecule;
[0038] b) a step of preparing a stable-isotope labeled peptide having the same sequence as the subject peptide for quantification, and labeled with a stable-isotope element by a peptide synthesis-method;
[0039] c) a step of preparing a calibration curve by using the subject peptide for quantification and the stable-isotope labeled peptide, and performing mass spectrometry using LC-MSMS for each predetermined concentration level;
[0040] (d) a step of performing mass spectrometry by using LC-MSMS by adding a stable-isotope labeled peptide to the peptide fragment obtained by fragmentizing the plasma membrane protein to be quantified in a sample with the protease, and calculating the mass spectrum area ratio of a plasma membrane protein peptide to be quantified/stable-isotope labeled peptide;
[0041] (e) a step of calculating the quantitative level from the area ratio by using the calibration curve.
[0042] Further, the present invention relates to (“2”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to (“1”), wherein the criteria for selecting the subject peptide for quantification are criteria for selecting preferentially a peptide with a high score by setting as selective criteria with score, further to the above essential criteria (1) and (2), the followings:
[0043] 3) that it is a peptide wherein the content of hydrophobic amino acids is 80% or less, and that not more than 10 hydrophobic amino acids are consecutive, as for the content of hydrophobic amino acids consisting of tryptophan, tyrosine, valine, leucine, isoleucine, phenylalanine, and for sequence conditions [score 2];
[0044] 4) that it is a peptide wherein the number of amino acid residues is 4-30 [score 3];
[0045] 5) that it is a peptide that does not contain the sequence of asparagine-X (wherein X represents amino acids other than proline)-serine or -threonine, -cysteine, as specific amino acid sequence conditions [score 2];
[0046] 6) that it is a peptide that does not contain a post-translation modified site (it is not limited to this when quantifying a post-translation modified protein) [score 3];
[0047] 7) that it is a peptide that does not contain a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) site [score 4];
[0048] 8) that it is a peptide wherein the protease cleavage site is not arginine-arginine, arginine-lysine, lysine-arginine, lysine-lysine [score 5];
[0049] 9) that it is a peptide that does not contain a transmembrane domain when the protein structure is determined or estimated [score 2];
[0050] 10) that it is a peptide that does not contain methionine and cysteine [score 3];
[0051] 11) that it is a peptide that does not contain tryptophan and glutamic acid [score 1].
[0052] Further, the present invention relates to: (“3”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to (“2”), wherein the hydrophobic amino acid content is 50% or less, and the number of amino acid residues is 8-12; (“4”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“3”), wherein an additional criterion that it is the same amino acid sequence in plural animal species is added to the criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification; (“5”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“4”), wherein plural specific measurement channels are prepared by combining parent ion (m/z) and peptide fragment ion (m/z) of candidate peptides selected according to the criteria for selecting subject peptide for quantification, and measured; (“6”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to (“5”), wherein the plural specific channels are prepared for plural candidate peptides of the same protein and for a candidate peptide for plural proteins, and measured at the same time; (“7”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“6”), wherein the stable-isotope labeled peptide is labeled with an amino acid containing any one of 15N, 13C, 18O, or 2H, (“8”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“7”) by a mass spectrometry using a stable-isotope labeled peptide, wherein a source of plasma membrane protein is a plasma membrane protein obtained from a tissue sample.
[0053] Further, the present invention relates to (“9”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“8”), wherein the plasma membrane protein is 1 or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human ABCA1, human ABCA2, human ABCA3, human ABCA4, human ABCA5, human ABCA6, human ABCA7, human ABCA8, human ABCA9, human ABCA10, human ABCA12, human ABCA13, human ABCB1, human ABCB4, human ABCB5, human ABCB11, human ABCC1, human ABCC2, human ABCC3, human ABCC4, human ABCC5, human ABCC6, human ABCC7, human ABCC8, human ABCC9, human ABCC10, human ABCC11, human ABCC12, human ABCC13, human ABCG1, human ABCG2, human ABCG4, human ABCG5, human ABCG8, and human P-glycoprotein [hereinafter referred to as “the present ABC transporter”].
[0054] Further, the present invention relates to (“10”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“8”), wherein the plasma protein is 1 or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human SLC10A1, human SLC10A2, human SLC15A1, human SLC15A2, human SLC16A1, human SLC16A7, human SLC19A11, human SLC19A2, human SLC19A3′, human SLC21A1, human SLC21A10, human SLC21A11, human SLC21A12, human SLC21A13, human SLC21A14, human SLC21A15, human SLC21A19, human SLC21A2, human SLC21A20, human SLC21A3, human SLC21A4, human SLC21A5, human SLC21A6, human SLC21A7, human SLC21A8, human SLC21A9, human SLC22A1, human SLC22A10, human SLC22A11, human SLC22A12, human SLC22A13, human SLC22A14, human SLC22A15, human SLC22A16, human SLC22A17, human SLC22A18, human SLC22A2, human SLC22A3, human SLC22A4, human SLC22A5, human SLC22A6, human SLC22A7, human SLC22A8, human SLC22A9, human SLC23A1, human SLC23A2, human SLC28A1, human SLC28A2, human SLC28A3, human SLC29A1, human SLC29A2, human SLC29A3, human SLC29A4, human SLC31A1, human SLC3A2, human SLC43A1, human SLC43A2, human SLC43A3, human SLC7A5, human SLC7A6, and human SLC7A8 [hereinafter referred to as “the present SLC transporter (group A)”].
[0055] Further, the present invention relates to (“11”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane, protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“8”), wherein the plasma protein is 1 or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human SLC10A3, human SLC10A4, human SLC10A5, human SLC10A6, human SLC11A1, human SLC11A2, human SLC12A1, human SLC12A2, human SLC12A3, human SLC12A4, human SLC12A5, human SLC12A6, human SLC12A7, human SLC12A8, human SLC12 A9, human SLC13A1, human SLC13A2, human SLC13A3, human SLC13A4, human SLC13A5, human SLC14A1, human SLC14A2, human SLC15A3, human SLC15A4, human SLC16A10, human SLC16A11, human SLC16A12, human SLC16A13, human SLC16A14, human SLC16A2, human SLC16A3, human SLC16A4, human SLC16A5, human SLC16A6, human SLC16A8, human SLC16A9, human SLC17A1, human SLC17A2, human SLC17A3, human SLC17A4, human SLC17A5, human SLC17A6, human SLC17A7, human SLC17A8, human SLC18A1, human SLC18A2, human SLC18A3, human SLC1A1, human SLC1A2, human SLC1A3, human SLC1A4, human SLC1A5, human SLC1A6, human SLC1A7, human SLC20A1, human SLC20A2, human SLC23A3, human SLC24A1, human SLC24A2, human SLC24A3, human SLC24A4, human SLC24A5, human SLC24A6, human SLC25A1, human SLC25A10, human SLC25A11, human SLC25A12, human SLC25A13, human SLC25A14, human SLC25A15, human SLC25A16, human SLC25A17, human SLC25A18, human SLC25A19, human SLC25A2, human SLC25A20, human SLC25A21, human SLC25A22, human SLC25A23, human SLC25A24, human SLC25A25, human SLC25A26, human SLC25A27, human SLC25A28, human SLC25A29, human SLC25A3, human SLC25A30, human SLC25A31, human SLC25A32, human SLC25A33, human SLC25A34, human SLC25A35, human SLC25A36, human SLC25A37, human SLC25A4, human SLC25A5, human SLC25A6, human SLC25A7, human SLC25A8, human SLC25A9, human SLC26A1, human SLC26A10, human SLC26A11, human SLC26A2, human SLC26A3, human SLC26A4, human SLC26A5, human SLC26A6, human SLC26A7, human SLC26A8, human SLC26A9, human SLC27A1, human SLC27A2, human SLC27A3, human SLC27A4, human SLC27A5, human SLC27A6, human SLC2A1, human SLC2A10, human SLC2A11, human SLC2A12, human SLC2A13, human SLC2A14, human SLC2A2, human SLC2A3, human SLC2A4, human SLC2A5, human SLC2A6, human SLC2A7, human SLC2A8, human SLC2A9, human SLC30A1, human SLC30A10, human SLC30A11, human SLC30A2, human SLC30A3, human SLC30A4, human SLC30A5, human SLC30A6, human SLC30A7, human SLC30A8, human SLC30A9, human SLC31A2, human SLC32A1, human SLC33A1, human SLC34A1, human SLC34A2, human SLC34A3, human SLC35B1, human SLC35B2, human SLC35B3, human SLC35B4, human SLC35C1, human SLC35C2, human SLC35D1, human SLC35D2, human SLC35D3, human SLC36A1, human SLC36A2, human SLC36A3, human SLC36A4, human SLC37A1, human SLC37A2, human SLC37A3, human SLC37A4, human SLC38A1, human SLC38A2, human SLC38A3, human SLC38A4, human SLC38A5, human SLC38A6, human SLC3A1, human SLC40A1, human SLC41A1, human SLC41A2, human SLC41A3, human SLC44A1, human SLC44A2, human SLC44A3, human SLC44A4, human SLC44A5, human SLC45A1, human SLC45A2, human SLC45A3, human SLC45A4, human SLC4A1, human SLC4A10, human SLC4A11, human SLC4A2, human SLC4A3, human SLC4A4, human SLC4A5, human SLC4A7, human SLC4A8, human SLC4A9, human SLC5A10, human SLC5A11, human SLC5A12, human SLC5A2, human SLC5A3, human SLC5A4, human SLC5A5, human SLC5A9, human SLC6A1, human SLC6A10, human SLC6A1, human SLC6A12, human SLC6A13, human SLC6A14, human SLC6A15, human SLC6A16, human SLC6A17, human SLC6A18, human SLC6A19, human SLC6A2, human SLC6A20, human SLC6A3, human SLC6A4, human SLC6A5, human SLC6A6, human SLC6A7, human SLC6A8, human SLC6A9, human SLC7A1, human SLC7A10, human SLC7A11, human SLC7A13, human SLC7A14, human SLC7A2, human SLC7A3, human SLC7A4, human SLC7A7, human SLC7A9, human SLC8A1, human SLC8A2, human SLC8A3, human SLC9A1, human SLC9A2, human SLC9A3, human SLC9A4, human SLC9A5, human SLC9A6, human SLC9A7, human SLC9A8, and human SLC9A9 [hereinafter referred to as “the present SLC transporter (group B)”].
[0056] Further, the present invention relates to (“12”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“8”), wherein the plasma protein is 1 or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human SLC35A1, human SLC35A2, human SLC35A3, human SLC35A4, human SLC35A5, human SLC35E1, human SLC35E2, human SLC35E3, human SLC35E4, human SLC35F1, human SLC35F2, human SLC35F3, human SLC35F5, human SLC39A1, human SLC39A10, human SLC39A11, human SLC39A12, human SLC39A13, human SLC39A14, human SLC39A2, human SLC39A3, human SLC39A4, human SLC39A5, human SLC39A6, human SLC39A7, human SLC39A8, human SLC39A9, human SLC42A1, human SLC42A2, and human SLC42A3 [hereinafter referred to as “the present SLC transporter (group C)”].
[0057] Further, the present invention relates to (“13”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“8”), wherein the plasma membrane protein is human MATE1 and/or human MATE2 [hereinafter referred to as “the present MATE transporter”].
[0058] Further, the present invention relates to (“14”) the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to any one of (“1”) to (“8”), wherein the plasma membrane protein is 1 or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human ABCA1, human ABCA2, human ABCA3, human ABCA4, human ABCA5, human ABCA6, human ABCA7, human ABCA8, human ABCA9, human ABCA10, human ABCA12, human ABCA13, human ABCB1, human ABCB4, human ABCB5, human ABCB11, human ABCC1, human ABCC2, human ABCC3, human ABCC4, human ABCC5, human ABCC6, human ABCC10, human ABCC11, human ABCC12, human ABCC13, human ABCC1, human ABCG2, human ABCG4, human ABCG5, human ABCG8, human MATE1, human MATE2, human SLC3A2, human SLC7A5, human SLC7A6, human SLC10A1, human SLC10A2, human SLC15A1, human SLC15A2, human SLC16A1, human SLC16A7, human SLC19A1, human SLC21A2, human SLC21A3, human SLC21A4, human SLC21A5, human SLC21A6, human SLC21A7, human SLC21A8, human SLC21A9, human SLC21A11, human SLC21A12, human SLC21A13, human SLC21A14, human SLC21A15, human SLC21A19, human SLC21A20, human SLC22A1, human SLC22A2, human SLC22A3, human SLC22A4, human SLC22A5, human SLC22A6, human SLC22A7, human SLC22A8, human SLC22A9, human SLC22A10, human SLC22A11, human SLC22A12, human SLC22A13, human SLC22A14, human SLC22A15, human SLC22A16, human SLC22A17, human SLC23A1, human SLC23A2, human SLC28A1, human SLC28A2, human SLC28A3, human SLC29A1, human SLC29A2, and human SLC31A1 [hereinafter referred to as “the suitable transporter of the present invention”].

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[0060] FIG. 1 It is a figure showing the flow of the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by mass spectrometry of the present invention.
[0061] FIG. 2a It is a figure showing the results of LS/MS/MS measurement of a peptide library of a sample containing the subject membrane protein using the prepared 5 channels, when quantifying by peptide multichannel using LS/MS/MS in the present invention.
[0062] FIG. 2b It is a figure showing the results of LS/MS/MS measurement of a peptide library of a sample containing the subject membrane protein using the prepared 5 channels, when quantifying by peptide multichannel using LS/MS/MS in the present invention.
[0063] FIG. 3a It is a figure showing the results of mass spectrometry by human ABCG2 peptide in an Example of the present invention. A) shows the MS spectrum of 5 fmol standard peptide and 50 fmol, 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide.
[0064] FIG. 3b It is a figure showing the results of mass spectrometry by human ABCG2 peptide in an Example of the present invention. B) shows the MS spectrum of 50 fmol standard peptide and 50 fmol, 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide.
[0065] FIG. 4 It is a figure showing a calibration curve prepared by adding 10 fmol of 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide, to 0.5 fmol, 1 fmol, 5 fmol, 10 fmol, and 50 fmol of standard peptide, respectively in an Example of the present invention. The calibration curve was prepared by calculating MS spectrum area ratio (standard peptide/13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide).
[0066] FIG. 5 It is a figure showing the results of mass spectrometry in an experiment for quantifying ABCG2 content in 1 μg of a plasma membrane peptide sample of a conditionally immortalized brain capillary endothelial cell strain, in an Example of the present invention. 10 fmol of 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide was added to a sample and measured. The ABCG2 content in the sample calculated from the calibration curve was 4.7 fmol/μg.
[0067] FIG. 6 It is a figure showing the results of mass spectrometry, in an experiment measuring content of ABCB1, ABCB4, ABCB5, ABCB11, ABCC1, ABCC2, ABCC3, ABCC4, ABCC5, ABCC6, ABCC7, ABCC8, ABCC9, ABCC10, ABCC11, ABCC12, ABCC13, ABCG1, ABCG4, ABCG5, and ABCG8 at the same time, in 50 μg of a plasma membrane peptide sample of leukemia cells, in Example 2 of the present invention.
[0068] A method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by LS/MS/MS using a stable-isotope labeled peptide of the present invention is not particularly limited as long as it is a method comprising the following steps:
[0069] (a) a step of fragmentizing a separated plasma membrane protein for quantification and preparing and identifying an oligopeptide fragment, and selecting a subject peptide for quantification that can be ionized by ESI, according to criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification including essential criteria set from at least: (1) that it is a peptide obtained by fragmentizing with a protease consisting of trypsin, endoproteinase, or pepsine, (2) that it is a peptide sequence specific to a target molecule;
(b) a step of preparing a stable-isotope labeled peptide having the same sequence as the subject peptide for quantification, and labeled with a stable-isotope element by a peptide synthesis method;
(c) a step of preparing a calibration curve by using a subject peptide for quantification and the stable-isotope labeled peptide, and performing mass spectrometry using LS/MS/MS for each predetermined concentration level;
(d) a step of calculating the mass spectrum area ratio of subject plasma membrane protein peptide for quantification/stable-isotope labeled peptide, by adding a stable-isotope labeled peptide to the peptide fragment obtained by fragmentizing a plasma membrane protein for quantification of a sample with the protease and performing mass spectrometry using LS/MS/MS;
(e) a step of calculating the quantitative level from the area ratio by using the calibration curve. A plasma membrane protein obtained from a tissue sample or cultured cell can be suitably exemplified as a source for the above plasma membrane protein.

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[0070] A method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by LC-MSMS using a stable-isotope labeled peptide of the present invention is not particularly limited as long as it is a method comprising the following steps:
[0071] (a) a step of fragmentizing a separated plasma membrane protein for quantification and preparing and identifying an oligopeptide fragment, and selecting a subject peptide for quantification that can be ionized by ESI, according to criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification including essential criteria set from at least: (1) that it is a peptide obtained by fragmentizing with a protease consisting of trypsin, endoproteinase, or pepsine, (2) that it is a peptide sequence specific to a target molecule;
[0072] (b) a step of preparing a stable-isotope labeled peptide having the same sequence as the subject peptide for quantification, and labeled with a stable-isotope element by a peptide synthesis method;
[0073] (c) a step of preparing a calibration curve by using a subject peptide for quantification and the stable-isotope labeled peptide, and performing mass spectrometry using LC-MSMS for each predetermined concentration level;
[0074] (d) a step of calculating the mass spectrum area ratio of subject plasma membrane protein peptide for quantification/stable-isotope labeled peptide, by adding a stable-isotope labeled peptide to the peptide fragment obtained by fragmentizing a plasma membrane protein for quantification of a sample with the protease and performing mass spectrometry using LC-MSMS;
[0075] (e) a step of calculating the quantitative level from the area ratio by using the calibration curve. A plasma membrane protein obtained from a tissue sample or cultured cell can be suitably exemplified as a source for the above plasma membrane protein.
[0076] It is preferable to add to the above essential criteria set as (1) that it is a peptide obtained from a protease consisting of trypsin, endoproteinase, or pepsine, (2) that it is a peptide sequence specific to a target molecule, the following selective criteria with score, in order to apply criteria for preferentially selecting a peptide with high total score 3) that it is a peptide wherein the content of hydrophobic amino acids is 80% or less, preferably 50% or less and that not more than 10 hydrophobic amino acids are consecutive, as for the content of hydrophobic amino acids consisting of tryptophan, tyrosine, valine, leucine, isoleucine, phenylalanine, and sequence conditions [score 2];
[0077] 4) that it is a peptide wherein the number of amino acid residues is 4-30, preferably 8-12 [score 3]
[0078] 5) that it is a peptide that does not contain the sequence of asparagine-X (wherein X represents amino acids other than proline)-serine or -threonine, -cysteine, as a specific amino acid sequence condition [score 2];
[0079] 6) that it is a peptide that does not contain a post-translation modified site (it is not limited to this when quantifying a post-translation modified protein) [score 3];
[0080] 7) that it is a peptide that does not contain a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) site [score 4];
[0081] 8) that it is a peptide wherein the protease cleavage site is not arginine-arginine, arginine-lysine, lysine-arginine, lysine-lysine [score 5];
[0082] 9) that it is a peptide that does not contain a transmembrane domain when the protein structure is determined or estimated [score 2];
[0083] 10) that it is a peptide that does not contain methionine and cysteine [score 3];
[0084] 11) that it is a peptide that does not contain tryptophan and glutamic acid [score 1]. Further, an additional criterion that it is the same amino acid sequence in plural animal species (for example, human, mouse, rat) can be added, and by adding this criterion, it would be possible to quantify plasma membrane proteins of plural animal species with a single peptide.
[0085] In the present invention, when the membrane protein level contained in the source (sample) of a protein to be a measuring subject is less than measuring threshold limit of mass spectrometry using LS/MS/MS, it is preferred to use a plasma membrane separated by high pressure nitrogen gas filling method, etc. In the present invention, an oligopeptide fragment is prepared by enzymatically digesting a plasma membrane protein with a protease consisting of trypsin, endoproteinase, and/or pepsine. For example, a peptide sample can be prepared by isolating a plasma membrane by high pressure nitrogen gas filling method, etc. from a cell in which the plasma membrane protein is expressed, followed by an enzymatic digestion. As for the fragmentizing level, it is preferred to clarify the separation by increasing the mass difference between a stable-isotope labeled peptide and a non-labeled peptide that can be separated by mass spectrometry, as well as to lower molecules so that the number of amino acid residues becomes 4-30, in order to retain the specificity of the sequence.
[0086] It is preferred to identify the fragmented oligopeptide fragment sample with LS/MS/MS and to select a subject peptide for quantification. Thus, it is preferred that a peptide being the subject for quantification can be separated by liquid chromatography, ionized by ESI method, and detected by LS/MS/MS. Then, by using the above criteria for selecting the subject peptide for quantification, a subject peptide for quantification that can be separated by liquid chromatography, and ionized by ESI method can be selected.
[0087] Based on the selected subject peptide for quantification, a stable-isotope labeled peptide which is labeled with a stable-isotope is prepared. The peptide labeled with a stable-isotope and added as an internal standard has the same amino acid sequence as the subject peptide for quantification, and is labeled with at least one stable-isotope selected from 15N, 13C, 18O, and 2H. As the internal standard is separated from the subject peptide according to the mass, a mass difference that can be separated with LS/MS/MS is necessary. For example, it is preferred to use a peptide containing leucine wherein 6 sites are labeled with 13C.
[0088] As for a stable-isotope labeled peptide, it is necessary that at least one amino acid is labeled with a stable-isotope element. The peptide can be prepared by any method known to a person skilled in the art. For example, the intended stable-isotope labeled peptide can be chemically synthesized with a suitable means such as F-moc method (Amblard M, Fehrentz J A, Martinez J, Subra G. Methods Mol Biol. 298:3-24 (2005)). A stable-isotope labeled peptide thus obtained is chemically identical with a subject peptide for quantification except for that the mass of the labeled amino acid is different, exert the same behavior in the measurement with LS/MS/MS, and the loss levels of the analyte and standard are equal.
[0089] In the present invention, the selected subject peptides for quantification and prepared stable-isotope labeled peptides are used and subjected to mass spectrometry using LS/MS/MS for each predetermined concentration level, to prepare a calibration curve. The calibration curve is prepared by adding a determined amount of stable-isotope labeled peptide to non-labeled peptides of several concentration levels, and measuring by LS/MS/MS. Area ratio of MS spectrum or peak height ratio of non-labeled peptide and stable-isotope labeled peptide at each concentration is calculated to prepare a calibration curve. The amount of non-labeled peptide is preferred to be within the linear measurement range of the mass spectrometry.
[0090] In the present invention, the prepared calibration curve is used to quantify a plasma membrane protein sample. For measurement, a stable-isotope labeled peptide is added to the peptide fragment obtained by fragmentizing a plasma membrane protein to be quantified of a sample with the same protease used for selecting the subject peptide for quantification, to perform mass spectrometry by using LS/MS/MS, the mass spectrum area ratio of the plasma membrane protein peptide to be quantified to a stable-isotope labeled peptide is calculated, and the quantitative level is calculated from the area ratio by using the calibration curve. The flow of the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein of the present invention is shown in FIG. 1.
[0091] In the present invention, it is preferred to improve the quantitative accuracy by peptide multichannel by using LS/MS/MS. In the present invention, by using LS/MS/MS analysis, plural specific measurement channels are prepared by combining parent ion (m/z) and peptide fragment ion (m/z) for peptide sequence candidates selected according to the criteria and measured. It is preferred to prepare 5 or more specific measurement channels. It is preferred to select a divalent ion of the candidate peptide as MS spectrum, and to select 5 monovalent ions in descending order in terms of the mass for MSMS spectrum. By using the prepared 5 channels, a peptide library of a sample containing the subject membrane protein is measured with LS/MS/MS, and the ion peak of the candidate peptide is confirmed by the prepared channel. The ion peaks in which the detecting time conforms within plus minus 1.0 sec for 3 or more out of 5 channels are identified as the intended peptide peak. The measurement results of mass spectrometry of the 5 prepared channels are shown in FIG. 2.
[0092] The present invention encompasses a method for quantifying the above-mentioned present ABC transporters, present SLC transporters (group A: those transporting drugs, and those which drug transporting function is estimated from amino acid sequence identity), present SLC transporters (group B: those transporting endogenous substances, and those which endogenous substance function is estimated from amino acid sequence identity), present SLC transporters (group C: those which transporting function is not estimated), present MATE transporter, and “the suitable transporters of the present invention”, by using the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein of the present invention.
[0093] In the quantification by mass spectrometry of human ABCG2 of the present invention (ATP binding cassette transporter G2; Humann Mol. Genet. 5(10), 1649-1655, 1996); its sequence is registered at the data base of the Gene Bank with the accession no.: NM004827), a quantification with high accuracy can be performed by using a peptide which amino acid sequence is ENLQFSAALR (SEQ ID No: 1), LAEIYVNSSFYK (SEQ ID No: 2), LFDSLTLLASGR (SEQ ID No: 3), SSLLDVLAAR (SEQ ID No: 4), and VIQELGLDK (SEQ ID No: 5), which has been selected in the present invention, as a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide.
[0094] In the quantification by mass spectrometry of P-glycoprotein (P-glycoprotein; Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif. 94306, USA; Nature 323(6090), 728-731, 1986; Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 162(1), 224-231, 1989; its sequence is registered at the data base of the Gene Bank with the accession no.: AF016535, NM000927, M14758), a quantification with high accuracy can be performed by using a peptide which amino acid sequence is SEIDALEMSSNDSR (SEQ ID No: 6), EALDESIPPVSFWR (SEQ ID No: 7), IATEAIENFR (SEQ ID No: 8), NADVIAGFDDGVIVEK (SEQ ID No: 9), LYDPTEGMVSVDGQDIR (SEQ ID No: 10), ILLLDEATSALDTESEAVVQVALDK (SEQ ID No: 11), TVVSLTQEQK (SEQ ID No: 12), STVVQLLER (SEQ ID No: 13), ENVTMDEIEK (SEQ ID No: 14), NTTGALTTR (SEQ ID No: 15), VVQEALDK (SEQ ID No: 16), FYDPLAGK (SEQ ID No: 17), and STTVQLMQR (SEQ ID No: 18), which has been selected in the present invention, as a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide.
[0095] In the quantification by mass spectrometry of human ABCC4 (Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev., 5, 779-B5, 1995; its sequence is registered in the data base of the Gene Bank with the accession no.: NM005845), a quantification with high accuracy can be performed by using a peptide which amino acid sequence is SQHLGEELQGFWDK (SEQ ID No: 19), MDTELAESGSNFSVGQR (SEQ ID. No: 20), DGALESQDTENVPVTLSEENR (SEQ ID No: 21), ITILVTHQLQYLK (SEQ ID No: 22), IAYVSQQPWVFSGTLR (SEQ ID No: 23), IQTFLLLDEISQR (SEQ ID No: 24), DLQLLEDGDLTVIGDR (SEQ ID No: 25), MVHVQDFTAFWDK (SEQ ID No: 26), VFFWWLNPLFK (SEQ ID No: 27), DNEESEQPPVPGTPTLR (SEQ ID No: 28), APVLFFDR (SEQ ID No: 29), VAMZHMIYR (SEQ ID No: 30), SSLLSAVLGELAPSHGLVSVHGR (SEQ ID No: 31), TFSESSVWSQQSSRPSLK (SEQ ID No: 32), VSEAIVSIR (SEQ ID No: 33), SGIDFGSLLK (SEQ ID No: 34), DLQLLEDGDLTVIGDR (SEQ ID No: 35), and MSIIPQEPVLFTGTMR (SEQ ID No: 36), which has been selected in the present invention, as a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide.
[0096] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 37, SEQ ID No: 38, SEQ ID No: 39, SEQ ID No: 40, SEQ ID No: 41, SEQ ID No: 42, SEQ ID No: 43, SEQ ID No: 44, SEQ ID No: 45, SEQ ID No: 46, SEQ ID No: 47, SEQ ID No: 48, SEQ ID No: 49, SEQ ID No: 50, SEQ ID No: 51, SEQ ID No: 52, and SEQ ID No: 53 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0097] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 54, SEQ ID No: 55, SEQ ID No: 56, SEQ ID No: 57, SEQ ID No: 58, SEQ ID No: 59, SEQ ID No: 60, SEQ ID No: 61, SEQ ID No: 62, SEQ ID No: 63, SEQ ID No: 64, SEQ ID No: 65, SEQ ID No: 66, SEQ ID No: 67, SEQ ID No: 68, SEQ ID No: 69, SEQ ID No: 70, SEQ ID No: 71, SEQ ID No: 72, SEQ ID No: 73, SEQ ID No: 74, and SEQ ID No: 75 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0098] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 76, SEQ ID No: 77, SEQ ID No: 78, SEQ ID No: 79, SEQ ID No: 80, SEQ ID No: 81, SEQ ID No: 82, SEQ ID No: 83, SEQ ID No: 84, SEQ ID No: 85, SEQ ID No: 86, SEQ ID No: 87, SEQ ID No: 88, SEQ ID No: 89, SEQ ID No: 90, SEQ ID No: 91, and SEQ ID No: 92 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0099] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 93, SEQ ID No: 94, SEQ ID No: 95, SEQ ID No: 96, SEQ ID No: 97, SEQ ID No: 98, SEQ ID No: 99, SEQ ID No: 100, SEQ ID No: 101, SEQ ID No: 102, SEQ ID No: 103, SEQ ID No: 104, and SEQ ID No: 105 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0100] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 106, SEQ ID No: 107, SEQ ID No: 108, SEQ ID No: 109, SEQ ID No: 110, SEQ ID No: 111, SEQ ID No: 112, SEQ ID No: 113, SEQ ID No: 114, and SEQ ID No: 115 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0101] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 116, SEQ ID No: 117, SEQ ID No: 118, SEQ ID No: 119, SEQ ID No: 120, SEQ ID No: 121, SEQ ID No: 122, SEQ ID No: 123, SEQ ID No: 124, SEQ ID No: 125, SEQ ID No: 125, SEQ ID No: 126, SEQ ID No: 127, SEQ ID No: 128, SEQ ID No: 129, SEQ ID No: 130, SEQ ID No: 131, SEQ ID No: 132, and SEQ ID No: 133 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0102] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 134 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0103] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 135 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0104] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA9, one; or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 136 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0105] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 137 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0106] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCA12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 138 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0107] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCA13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human. ABCA13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 139 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0108] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCB1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCB1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 140 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0109] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCB4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCB4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 141 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0110] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCB5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCB5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 142 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0111] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCB11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCB11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 143 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0112] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 144, SEQ ID No: 145, SEQ ID No: 146, SEQ ID No: 147, SEQ ID No: 148, SEQ ID No: 149, SEQ ID No: 150, SEQ ID No: 151, SEQ ID No: 152, SEQ ID No: 153, SEQ ID No: 154, SEQ ID No: 155, SEQ ID No: 156, SEQ ID No: 157, and SEQ ID No: 158 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0113] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 159, SEQ ID No: 160, SEQ ID No: 161, SEQ ID No: 162, SEQ ID No: 163, SEQ ID No: 164, SEQ ID No: 165, SEQ ID No: 166, SEQ ID No: 167, SEQ ID No: 168, SEQ ID No: 169, SEQ ID No: 170, SEQ ID No: 171, and SEQ ID No: 172; of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0114] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 173, SEQ ID No: 174, SEQ ID No: 175, SEQ ID No: 176, SEQ ID No: 177, SEQ ID No: 178, SEQ ID No: 179, SEQ ID No: 180, SEQ ID No: 181, SEQ ID No: 182, SEQ ID No: 183, SEQ ID No: 184, SEQ ID No: 185, and SEQ ID No: 186 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0115] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 187 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0116] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 188, SEQ ID No: 189, SEQ ID No: 190, SEQ ID No: 191, SEQ ID No: 192, SEQ ID No: 193, SEQ ID No: 194, SEQ ID No: 195, SEQ ID No: 196, SEQ ID No: 197, SEQ ID No: 198, SEQ ID No: 199, SEQ ID No: 200, SEQ ID No: 201, SEQ ID No: 202, SEQ ID No: 203, and SEQ ID No: 204 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0117] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 205, SEQ ID No: 206, SEQ ID No: 207, SEQ ID No: 208, SEQ ID No: 209, SEQ ID No: 210, SEQ ID No: 211, SEQ ID No: 212, SEQ ID No: 212, SEQ ID No: 213, and SEQ ID No: 214 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0118] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No. 215, SEQ ID No: 216, SEQ ID No: 217, SEQ ID No: 218, SEQ ID No: 219, SEQ ID No: 220, SEQ ID No: 221, SEQ ID No: 222, SEQ ID No: 223, and SEQ ID No: 224 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0119] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 225, SEQ ID No: 226, SEQ ID No: 227, SEQ ID No: 228, SEQ ID No: 229, SEQ ID No: 230, SEQ ID No: 231, and SEQ ID No: 232 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0120] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 233, SEQ ID No: 234, SEQ ID No: 235, SEQ ID No: 236, SEQ ID No: 237, SEQ ID No: 238, SEQ ID No: 239, SEQ ID No: 240, SEQ ID No: 241, SEQ. ID No: 242, SEQ ID No: 243, SEQ ID No: 244, SEQ ID No: 245, and SEQ ID No: 246, SEQ ID No: 247, SEQ ID No: 248, SEQ ID No: 249, SEQ ID No: 250, SEQ ID No: 251, SEQ ID No: 252, SEQ ID No: 253, SEQ ID No: 254, and SEQ ID No: 255 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0121] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 256, SEQ ID No: 257, SEQ ID No: 258, SEQ ID No: 259, SEQ ID No: 260, SEQ ID No: 261, SEQ ID No: 262, SEQ ID No: 263, SEQ ID No: 264, SEQ ID No: 265, SEQ ID No: 266, and SEQ ID No: 267 of the sequence listing can be; specifically exemplified.
[0122] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC12′, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 268, and SEQ ID No: 269 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0123] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCC13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCC13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 270 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0124] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCG1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCG1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 271, SEQ ID No: 272, SEQ ID No: 273, SEQ ID No: 274, and SEQ ID No: 275 can be specifically exemplified.
[0125] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCG4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCG4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 276, SEQ ID No: 277, and SEQ ID No: 278 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0126] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCG5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCG5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 279, SEQ ID No: 280, SEQ ID No: 281, SEQ ID No: 282, and SEQ ID No: 283 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0127] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human ABCG8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human ABCG8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 284 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0128] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC10A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC10A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 285 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0129] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC15A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC15A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 286 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0130] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC15A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC15A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 287 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0131] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 288 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0132] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 289 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0133] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 290 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0134] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 291 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0135] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 292 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0136] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 293 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0137] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 294 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0138] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 295 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0139] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 296 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0140] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 297 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0141] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A15 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A15, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 298 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0142] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A19 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A19, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 299 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0143] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC21A20 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC21A20, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 300 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0144] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A1 one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 301 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0145] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 302 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0146] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 303 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0147] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 304 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0148] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 305 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0149] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 306 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0150] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 307 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0151] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 308 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0152] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 309 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0153] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 310 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0154] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 311 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0155] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 312 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0156] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 313 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0157] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 314 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0158] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A15 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A15, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino-acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 315 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0159] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A16 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A16, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 316 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0160] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A17 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A17, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 317 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0161] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC22A18 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC22A18, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 318 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0162] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC29A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC29A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 319 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0163] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC29A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC29A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 320 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0164] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC28A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC28A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 321 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0165] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC28A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC28A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 322 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0166] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC19A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC19A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 323 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0167] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 324 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0168] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 325 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0169] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 326 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0170] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 327 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0171] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 328 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0172] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 329 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0173] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC1A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC1A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 330 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0174] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 331 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0175] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 332 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0176] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 333 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0177] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 334 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0178] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 335 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0179] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 336 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0180] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 337 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0181] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 338 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0182] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 339 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0183] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 340 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0184] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC17A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC17A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 341 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0185] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC29A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC29A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 342 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0186] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC44A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC44A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 343 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0187] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC44A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC44A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 344 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0188] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC44A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC44A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 345 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0189] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC44A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC44A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 346 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0190] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC44A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC44A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 347 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0191] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human MATE1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human MATE1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 348 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0192] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human MATE2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human MATE2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 349 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0193] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 350 and SEQ ID NO: 351 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0194] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 352 and SEQ ID NO: 353 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0195] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 354, SEQ ID NO: 355 and SEQ ID NO: 356 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0196] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 357, SEQ ID No: 358, SEQ ID No: 359, and SEQ ID No: 360 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0197] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 361, SEQ ID No: 362, SEQ ID No: 363, SEQ ID NO: 364, SEQ ID No: 365, SEQ ID No: 366, SEQ ID No: 367, SEQ ID No: 368, SEQ ID No: 369, SEQ ID No: 370, SEQ ID No: 371, SEQ ID No: 372, and SEQ ID No: 373 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0198] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 374, SEQ ID No: 375, SEQ ID No: 376, SEQ ID No: 377, SEQ ID No: 378, and SEQ ID No: 379 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0199] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 380 and SEQ ID NO: 381 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0200] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 382, SEQ ID No: 383, SEQ ID No: 384, and SEQ ID No: 385 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0201] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 386 and SEQ ID NO: 387 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0202] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 388 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0203] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 389, SEQ ID No: 390, SEQ ID No: 391, SEQ ID No: 392, SEQ ID No: 393, SEQ ID No: 394, SEQ ID No: 395, SEQ ID No: 396, SEQ ID No: 397 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0204] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 398, SEQ ID No: 399, and SEQ ID No: 400 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0205] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 401 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0206] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC10A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC10A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 402 and SEQ ID No: 403 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0207] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC13A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC13A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 404, SEQ ID No: 405, SEQ ID No: 406, and SEQ ID No: 407 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0208] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC13A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC13A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 408 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0209] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 409, SEQ ID No: 410, and SEQ ID No: 411 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0210] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 412, SEQ ID No: 413, and SEQ ID No: 414 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0211] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC10A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC10A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 415 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0212] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC10A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC10A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 416, and SEQ ID No: 417 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0213] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC10A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC10A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 418 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0214] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC10A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC10A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 419, SEQ ID No: 420, and SEQ ID No: 421 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0215] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC11A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC11A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 422 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0216] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC11A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC11A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 423 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0217] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 424, SEQ ID No: 425, SEQ ID No: 426, and SEQ ID No: 427 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0218] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 428, SEQ ID No: 429, SEQ ID No: 430, SEQ ID No: 431, and SEQ ID No: 432 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0219] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 433, SEQ ID No: 434, and SEQ ID No: 435 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0220] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 436, SEQ ID No: 437, SEQ ID No: 438, SEQ ID No: 439, SEQ ID No: 440, and SEQ ID No: 441 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0221] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 442, SEQ ID No: 443, SEQ ID No: 444, and SEQ ID No: 445 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0222] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 446, SEQ ID No: 447, SEQ ID No: 448, SEQ ID No: 449, SEQ ID No: 450, SEQ ID No: 451, SEQ ID No: 452, SEQ ID No: 453, and SEQ ID No: 454 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0223] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 455, SEQ ID No: 456, SEQ ID No: 457, SEQ ID No: 458, SEQ ID No: 459, SEQ ID No: 460, SEQ ID No: 461, SEQ ID No: 462, SEQ ID No: 463, and SEQ ID No: 464 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0224] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 465, and SEQ ID No: 466 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0225] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC12A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC12A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 467, SEQ ID No: 468, SEQ ID No: 469, SEQ ID No: 470, SEQ ID No: 471, SEQ ID No: 472, SEQ ID No: 473, SEQ ID No: 474, SEQ ID No: 475, and SEQ ID No: 476 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0226] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC13A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC13A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 477 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0227] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC13A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC13A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 478, and SEQ ID No: 479 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0228] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC13A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC13A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 480, and SEQ ID No: 481 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0229] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC14A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC14A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 482 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0230] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC14A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC14A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 483 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0231] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC15A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC15A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 484, SEQ ID No: 485, SEQ ID No: 486, SEQ ID No: 487, and SEQ ID No: 488 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0232] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC15A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC15A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 489, and SEQ ID No: 490 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0233] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 491 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0234] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLCA11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 492, and SEQ ID No: 493 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0235] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 494 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0236] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 495 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0237] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 496 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0238] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 497, and SEQ ID No: 498 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0239] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 499 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0240] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 500 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0241] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 501, SEQ ID No: 502, and SEQ ID No: 503 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0242] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC16A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC16A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 504, SEQ ID No: 505, and SEQ ID No: 506 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0243] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC18A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC18A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 507, and SEQ ID No: 508 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0244] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC18A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC18A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID. No: 509, and SEQ ID No: 510 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0245] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC18A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC18A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 511, SEQ ID No: 512, SEQ ID No: 513, SEQ ID No: 514, and SEQ ID No: 515 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0246] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC19A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC19A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 516, and SEQ ID No: 517 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0247] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC19A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC19A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 518, and SEQ ID No: 519 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0248] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC20A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC20A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 520, SEQ ID No: 521, SEQ ID No: 522, SEQ ID No: 523, SEQ ID No: 524, SEQ ID No: 525, SEQ ID No: 526, SEQ ID No: 527, SEQ ID No: 528, SEQ ID No: 529, SEQ ID No: 530, SEQ ID No: 531, and SEQ ID No: 532 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0249] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC20A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC20A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 533, SEQ ID No: 534, SEQ ID No: 535, SEQ ID No: 536, SEQ ID No: 537, SEQ ID No: 538, SEQ ID No: 539, SEQ ID No: 540, SEQ ID No: 541, SEQ ID No: 542, SEQ ID No: 543, SEQ ID No: 544, SEQ ID No: 545, and SEQ ID No: 546 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0250] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC23A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC23A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 547, SEQ ID No: 548, SEQ ID No: 549, and SEQ ID No: 550 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0251] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC23A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC23A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 551, SEQ ID No: 552, SEQ ID No: 553, SEQ ID No: 554, and SEQ ID No: 555 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0252] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC23A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC23A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 556, SEQ ID No: 557, SEQ ID No: 558, SEQ ID No: 559, and SEQ ID No: 560 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0253] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC24A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC24A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 561, SEQ ID No: 562, SEQ ID No: 563, SEQ ID No: 564, SEQ ID No: 565, SEQ ID No: 566, SEQ ID No: 567, SEQ ID No: 568, SEQ ID No: 569, SEQ ID No: 570, SEQ ID No: 571, SEQ ID No: 572, SEQ ID No: 573, and SEQ ID No: 574 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0254] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC24A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC24A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 575, SEQ ID No: 576, SEQ ID No: 577, SEQ ID No: 578, SEQ ID No: 579, and SEQ ID No: 580 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0255] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC24A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC24A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 581, SEQ ID No: 582, SEQ ID No: 583, and SEQ ID No: 584 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0256] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC24A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC24A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 585, and SEQ ID No: 586 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0257] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC24A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC24A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 587 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0258] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC24A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC24A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 588, SEQ ID No: 589, and SEQ ID No: 590 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0259] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 591, SEQ ID No: 592, SEQ ID No: 593, SEQ ID No: 594, SEQ ID No: 595, SEQ ID No: 596, and SEQ ID No: 597 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0260] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 598, SEQ ID No: 599, SEQ ID No: 600, and SEQ ID No: 601 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0261] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 602, SEQ ID No: 603, SEQ ID No: 604, SEQ ID No: 605, SEQ ID No: 606, and SEQ ID No: 607 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0262] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 608, SEQ ID No: 607, SEQ ID No: 608, SEQ ID No: 609, SEQ ID No: 610, SEQ ID No: 611, SEQ ID No: 612, SEQ ID No: 613, SEQ ID No: 614, SEQ ID No: 615, SEQ ID No: 616, SEQ ID No: 617, SEQ ID No: 618, SEQ ID No: 619, SEQ. ID No: 620, SEQ ID No: 621, SEQ ID No: 622, SEQ ID No: 623, SEQ ID No: 624, SEQ ID No: 625, SEQ ID No: 626, and SEQ ID No: 627 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0263] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 628, SEQ ID No: 629, SEQ ID No: 630, SEQ ID No: 631, SEQ ID No: 632, SEQ ID No: 633, SEQ ID No: 634, SEQ ID No: 635, SEQ ID No: 636, SEQ ID No: 637, SEQ ID No: 638, SEQ ID No: 639, SEQ ID No: 640, SEQ ID No: 641, SEQ ID No: 642, SEQ ID No: 643, SEQ ID No: 644, and SEQ ID No: 645 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0264] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 646, SEQ ID No: 647, SEQ ID No: 648, SEQ ID No: 649 and SEQ ID No: 650 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0265] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A15 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A15, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 651, SEQ ID No: 652, and SEQ ID No: 653 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0266] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A16 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A16, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 654, SEQ ID No: 655, SEQ ID No: 656, SEQ ID No: 657, SEQ ID No: 658, SEQ ID No: 659, SEQ ID No: 660, SEQ ID No: 661, SEQ ID No: 662, SEQ ID No: 663, SEQ ID No: 664, SEQ ID No: 665, and SEQ ID No: 666 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0267] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A17 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A17, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 667, SEQ ID No: 668, SEQ ID No: 669, SEQ ID No: 670, SEQ ID No: 671, SEQ ID No: 672, SEQ ID No: 673, SEQ ID No: 674, and SEQ ID No: 675 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0268] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A18 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A18, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 676, SEQ ID No: 677, SEQ ID No: 678, SEQ ID No: 679, and SEQ ID No: 680 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0269] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A19 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A19, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 681, SEQ ID No: 682, SEQ ID No: 683, SEQ ID No: 684, SEQ ID No: 685, SEQ ID No: 686, and SEQ ID No: 687 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0270] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 688, SEQ ID No: 689, SEQ ID No: 690, SEQ ID No: 691, and SEQ ID No: 692 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0271] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A21 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A21, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 697, SEQ ID No: 698, SEQ ID No: 699, SEQ ID No: SEQ ID No: 700, SEQ ID No: 701, SEQ ID No: 702, and SEQ ID No: 703 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0272] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A21 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A21, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 697, SE ID No: 698, SEQ ID No: SEQ ID No: 700, SEQ ID No: 701, SEQ ID No: 702, and SEQ ID No: 703 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0273] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A22 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A22, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 704, SEQ ID No: 705, SEQ ID No: 706, SEQ ID No: 707, SEQ ID No: 708, SEQ ID No: 709, SEQ ID No: 710, SEQ ID No: 711, SEQ ID No: 712, and SEQ ID No: 713 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0274] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A23 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A23, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 714, SEQ ID No: 715, SEQ ID No: 716, SEQ ID No: 717, SEQ ID No: 718, SEQ ID No: 719, SEQ ID No: 720, SEQ ID No: 721, SEQ ID No: 722, SEQ ID No: 723, SEQ ID No: 724, SEQ ID No: 725, and SEQ ID No: 726 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0275] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A24 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A24, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 727, SEQ ID No: 728, SEQ ID No: 729, SEQ ID No: 730, SEQ ID No: 731, SEQ ID No: 732, SEQ ID No: 733, SEQ ID No: 734, SEQ ID No: 735, SEQ ID No: 736, SEQ ID No: 737, SEQ ID No: 738, SEQ ID No: 739, and SEQ ID No: 740 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0276] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A25 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A25, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 741, SEQ ID No: 742, SEQ ID No: 743, SEQ ID No: 744, SEQ ID No: 745, SEQ ID No: 746, SEQ ID No: 747, SEQ ID No: 748, SEQ ID No: 749, SEQ ID No: 750, SEQ ID No: 751, and SEQ ID No: 752 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0277] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A26 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A26, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 753, SEQ ID No: 754, SEQ ID No: 755, and SEQ ID No: 756 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0278] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A27 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A27, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 757, SEQ ID No: 758, SEQ ID No: 759, SEQ ID No: 760, SEQ ID No: 761, SEQ ID No: 762, SEQ ID No: 763, and SEQ ID No: 764 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0279] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A28 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A28, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 765, and SEQ ID No: 766 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0280] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A29 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A29, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 767, SEQ ID No: 768, SEQ ID No: 769, SEQ ID No: 770, SEQ ID No: 771, and SEQ ID No: 772 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0281] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 773, SEQ ID No: 774, SEQ ID No: 775, SEQ ID No: 776, and SEQ ID No: 777 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0282] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A30 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A30, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 778, SEQ ID No: 779, SEQ ID No: 780, SEQ ID No: 781, SEQ ID No: 782, and SEQ ID No: 783 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0283] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A31 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A31, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 784, SEQ ID No: 785, SEQ ID No: 786, SEQ ID No: 787, SEQ ID No: 798, SEQ ID No: 789, SEQ ID No: 790, SEQ ID No: 791, SEQ ID No: 792, SEQ ID No: 793, SEQ ID No: 794, SEQ ID No: 795, SEQ ID No: 796, and SEQ ID No: 797 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0284] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A32 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A32, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 798, SEQ ID No: 799, SEQ ID No: 800, and SEQ ID No: 801 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0285] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A34 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A34, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 802, SEQ ID No: 803, SEQ ID No: 804, SEQ ID No: 805, SEQ ID No: 806, SEQ ID No: 807, and SEQ ID No: 808 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0286] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A35 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A35, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 809, SEQ ID No: 810, SEQ ID No: 811, SEQ ID No: 812, SEQ ID No: 813, SEQ ID No: 814, SEQ ID No: 815, and SEQ ID No: 816 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0287] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A36 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A36, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 817, SEQ ID No: 818, SEQ ID No: 819, SEQ ID No: 820, SEQ ID No: 821, and SEQ ID No: 822 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0288] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A37 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35A37, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 823, SEQ ID No: 824, SEQ ID No: 825, and SEQ ID No: 826 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0289] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 827, SEQ ID No: 828, and SEQ ID No: 829 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0290] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 830, and SEQ ID No: 831 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0291] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 832, SEQ ID No: 833, and SEQ ID No: 834 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0292] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 835, SEQ ID No: 836, SEQ ID No: 837, SEQ ID No: 838, and SEQ ID No: 839 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0293] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 840, SEQ ID No: 841, SEQ ID No: 842, SEQ ID No: 843, SEQ ID No: 844, and SEQ ID No: 845 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0294] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC25A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC25A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 846, SEQ ID No: 847, and SEQ ID No: 848 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0295] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 849, SEQ ID No: 850, SEQ ID No: 851, SEQ ID No: 852, SEQ ID No: 853, SEQ ID No: 854, SEQ ID No: 855, SEQ ID No: 856, SEQ ID No: 857, and SEQ ID No: 858 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0296] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 859, SEQ ID No: 860, SEQ ID No: 861, SEQ ID No: 862, SEQ ID No: 863, SEQ ID No: 864, SEQ ID No: 865, SEQ ID No: 866, SEQ ID No: 867, SEQ ID No: 868, SEQ ID No: 869, SEQ ID No: 870, and SEQ ID No: 871 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0297] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 872, SEQ ID No: 873, SEQ ID No: 874, SEQ ID No: 875, SEQ ID No: 876, SEQ ID No: 877, SEQ ID No: 878, SEQ ID No: 879, SEQ ID No: 880, and SEQ ID No: 881 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0298] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 882, SEQ ID No: 883, SEQ ID No: 884, SEQ ID No: 885, SEQ ID No: 886, SEQ ID No: 887, SEQ ID No: 888, SEQ ID No: 889, SEQ ID No: 890, SEQ ID No: 891, and SEQ ID No: 892 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0299] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 893, SEQ ID No: 894, SEQ ID No: 895, SEQ ID No: 896, SEQ ID No: 897, SEQ ID No: 898, SEQ ID No: 899, SEQ ID No: 900, SEQ ID No: 901, SEQ ID No: 902, SEQ ID No: 903, SEQ ID No: 904, SEQ ID No: 905, and SEQ ID No: 906 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0300] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 907, SEQ ID No: 908, SEQ ID No: 909, SEQ ID No: 910, SEQ ID No: 911, SEQ ID No: 912, SEQ ID No: 913, and SEQ ID No: 914 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0301] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 915, SEQ ID No: 916, and SEQ ID No: 917 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0302] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 918, SEQ ID No: 919, SEQ ID No: 920, SEQ ID No: 921, SEQ ID No: 922, SEQ ID No: 923, SEQ ID No: 924, SEQ ID No: 925, SEQ ID No: 926, and SEQ ID No: 927 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0303] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 928, and SEQ ID No: 929 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0304] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 930, SEQ ID No: 931, and SEQ ID No: 932 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0305] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC26A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC26A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 933, SEQ ID No: 934, SEQ ID No: 935, SEQ ID No: 936, SEQ ID No: 937, SEQ ID No: 938, SEQ ID No: 939, SEQ ID No: 940, SEQ ID No: 941, SEQ ID No: 942, SEQ ID No: 943, SEQ ID No: 944, and SEQ ID No: 945 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0306] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC27A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC27A1 one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 946, SEQ ID No: 947, and SEQ ID No: 948 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0307] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC27A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC27A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 949, SEQ ID No: 950, SEQ ID No: 951, SEQ ID No: 952, and SEQ ID No: 953 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0308] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC27A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC27A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 954, SEQ ID No: 955, SEQ ID No: 956, and SEQ ID No: 957 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0309] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC27A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC27A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 958, SEQ ID No: 959, SEQ ID No: 960, SEQ ID No: 961, and SEQ ID No: 962 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0310] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC27A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC27A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 963, SEQ ID No: 964, and SEQ ID No: 965 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0311] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC27A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC27A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 966, SEQ ID No: 967, SEQ ID No: 968, and SEQ ID No: 969 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0312] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC28A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC28A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 970, SEQ ID No: 971, and SEQ ID No: 972 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0313] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC29A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC29A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 973, SEQ ID No: 974, SEQ ID No: 975, and SEQ ID No: 976 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0314] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 977, SEQ ID No: 978, SEQ ID No: 979, and SEQ ID No: 980 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0315] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 981, and SEQ ID No: 982 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0316] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 983, SEQ ID No: 984, SEQ ID No: 985, SEQ ID No: 986, SEQ ID No: 987, and SEQ ID No: 988 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0317] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 989, SEQ ID No: 990, and SEQ ID No: 991 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0318] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 992, SEQ ID No: 993, SEQ ID No: 994 and SEQ ID No: 995 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0319] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 996, and SEQ ID No: 997 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0320] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 998, and SEQ ID No: 999 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0321] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1000, and SEQ ID No: 1001 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0322] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC2A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC2A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID NO: 1002 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0323] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1003, SEQ ID No: 1004, and SEQ ID No: 1005 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0324] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1006, and SEQ ID No: 1007 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0325] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1008, SEQ ID No: 1009, and SEQ ID No: 1010 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0326] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1011, and SEQ ID No: 1012 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0327] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1013, SEQ ID No: 1014, SEQ ID No: 1015, and SEQ ID No: 1016 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0328] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1017, SEQ ID No: 1018, SEQ ID No: 1019, SEQ ID No: 1020, and SEQ ID No: 1021 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0329] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1022, and SEQ ID No: 1023 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0330] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1024, SEQ ID No: 1025, and SEQ ID No: 1026 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0331] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1027, SEQ ID No: 1028, and SEQ ID No: 1029 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0332] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1030, SEQ ID No: 1031, SEQ ID No: 1032, SEQ ID No: 1033, and SEQ ID No: 1034 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0333] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC30A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC30A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1035, SEQ ID No: 1036, SEQ ID No: 1037, SEQ ID No: 1038, SEQ ID No: 1039, and SEQ ID No: 1040 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0334] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC31A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC31A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1041, and SEQ ID No: 1042 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0335] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC31A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC31A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1043 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0336] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC32A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC32A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1044, SEQ ID No: 1045, and SEQ ID No: 1046 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0337] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC33A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC33A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1047, and SEQ ID No: 1048 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0338] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC34A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC34A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1049, SEQ ID No: 1050, SEQ ID No: 1051, SEQ ID No: 1052, and SEQ ID No: 1053 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0339] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC34A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC34A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1054, SEQ ID No: 1055, and SEQ ID No: 1056 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0340] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC34A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC34A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1057, SEQ ID No: 1058, SEQ ID No: 1059, SEQ ID No: 1060, and SEQ ID No: 1061 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0341] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1062 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0342] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1063, SEQ ID No: 1064, and SEQ ID No: 1065 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0343] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1066, and SEQ ID No: 1067 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0344] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1068, and SEQ ID No: 1069 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0345] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1070, SEQ ID No: 1071, and SEQ ID No: 1072 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0346] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35B1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35B1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1073 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0347] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35B2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35B2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1074, SEQ ID No: 1075, SEQ ID No: 1076, and SEQ ID No: 1077 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0348] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35B3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35B3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1078, SEQ ID No: 1079, and SEQ ID No: 1080 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0349] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35B4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35B4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1081, and SEQ ID No: 1082 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0350] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35C1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35C1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1083, and SEQ ID No: 1084 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0351] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35C2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35C2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1085, SEQ ID No: 1086 and SEQ ID No: 1087 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0352] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35D1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35D1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1088, and SEQ ID No: 1089 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0353] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35D2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35D2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1090, SEQ ID No: 1091, and SEQ ID No: 1092 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0354] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35D3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35D3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1093, SEQ ID No: 1094, and SEQ ID No: 1095 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0355] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35E1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35E1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1096, SEQ ID No: 1097, and SEQ ID No: 1098 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0356] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35E2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35E2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1099, SEQ ID No: 1100, SEQ ID No: 1101, SEQ ID No: 1102, SEQ ID No: 1103, SEQ ID No: 1104, SEQ ID No: 1105, SEQ ID No: 1106, and SEQ ID No: 1107 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0357] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35E3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35E3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1108, SEQ ID No: 1109, and SEQ ID No: 1110 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0358] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35E4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35E4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1111, and SEQ ID No: 1112 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0359] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35F1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35F1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1113 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0360] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35F2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35F2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1114, and SEQ ID No: 1115 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0361] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35F3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35F3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1116, and SEQ ID No: 1117 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0362] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC35F5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC35F5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1118, and SEQ ID No: 1119 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0363] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC36A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC36A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1120 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0364] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC36A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC36A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1121, SEQ ID No: 1122, and SEQ ID No: 1123 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0365] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC36A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC36A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1124, and SEQ ID No: 1125 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0366] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC36A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC36A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1126, SEQ ID No: 1127, SEQ ID No: 1128, and SEQ ID No: 1129 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0367] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC37 A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC37A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1130, SEQ ID No: 1131, and SEQ ID No: 1132 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0368] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC37A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC37A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1133, and SEQ ID No: 1134 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0369] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC37A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC37A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1135, SEQ ID No: 1136, and SEQ ID No: 1137 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0370] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC37A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC37A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1138, and SEQ ID No: 1139 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0371] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC38 A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC38A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1140, and SEQ ID No: 1141 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0372] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC38A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC38A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1142, SEQ ID No: 1143, and SEQ ID No: 1144 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0373] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC38A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC38A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1145, SEQ ID No: 1146, and SEQ ID No: 1147 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0374] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC38A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC38A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1148, and SEQ ID No: 1149 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0375] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC38A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC38A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1150, SEQ ID No: 1151, SEQ ID No: 1152, SEQ ID No: 1153, and SEQ ID No: 1154 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0376] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC38A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC38A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1155, SEQ ID No: 1156, and SEQ ID No: 1157 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0377] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1158, and SEQ ID No: 1159 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0378] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1160, SEQ ID No: 1161, and SEQ ID No: 1162 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0379] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1163, and SEQ ID No: 1164 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0380] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1165, and SEQ ID No: 1166 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0381] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1167, SEQ ID No: 1168, and SEQ ID No: 1169 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0382] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1170, and SEQ ID No: 1171 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0383] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1172, SEQ ID No: 1173, SEQ ID No: 1174, and SEQ ID No: 1175 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0384] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1176, SEQ ID No: 1177, SEQ ID No: 1178, SEQ ID No: 1179 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0385] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1180, SEQ ID No: 1181, SEQ ID No: 1182, and SEQ ID No: 1183 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0386] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1184, SEQ ID No: 1185, and SEQ ID No: 1186 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0387] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1187, SEQ ID No: 1188, and SEQ ID No: 1189 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0388] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1190, SEQ ID No: 1191, and SEQ ID No: 1192 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0389] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1193, SEQ ID No: 1194, and SEQ ID No: 1195 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0390] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC39A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC39A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1196, SEQ ID No: 1197, and SEQ ID No: 1198 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0391] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC3A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC3A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1199, SEQ ID No: 1200, SEQ ID No: 1201, SEQ ID No: 1202, and SEQ ID No: 1203 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0392] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC3A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC3A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1204, SEQ ID No: 1205, SEQ ID No: 1206, SEQ ID No: 1207, and SEQ ID No: 1208 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0393] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC40A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC40A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1209, SEQ ID No: 1210, and SEQ ID No: 1211 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0394] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC41A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC41A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1212, SEQ ID No: 1213, and SEQ ID No: 1214 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0395] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC41A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC41A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1215, SEQ ID No: 1216, and SEQ ID No: 1217 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0396] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC41A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC41A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1218, and SEQ ID No: 1219 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0397] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC42A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC42A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1220, and SEQ ID No: 1221 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0398] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC42A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC42A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1222, and SEQ ID No: 1223 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0399] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC42A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC42A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1224, SEQ ID No: 1225, SEQ ID No: 1226, and SEQ ID No: 1227 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0400] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC43A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC43A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1228, SEQ ID No: 1229, and SEQ ID No: 1230 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0401] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC43A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC43A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1231, SEQ ID No: 1232, and SEQ ID No: 1233 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0402] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC43A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC43A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1234, SEQ ID No: 1235, and SEQ ID No: 1236 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0403] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC45A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC45A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1237, SEQ ID No: 1238, SEQ ID No: 1239, SEQ ID No: 1240 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0404] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC45A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC45A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1241, SEQ ID No: 1242, and SEQ ID No: 1243 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0405] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC45A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC45A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1244, SEQ ID No: 1245, SEQ ID No: 1246, SEQ ID No: 1247, SEQ ID No: 1248 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0406] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC45A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC45A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1249, SEQ ID No: 1250, SEQ ID No: 1251 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0407] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1252, SEQ ID No: 1253, SEQ ID No: 1254, SEQ ID No: 1255, SEQ ID No: 1256, SEQ ID No: 1257, and SEQ ID No: 1258 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0408] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1259, SEQ ID No: 1260, SEQ ID No: 1261, SEQ ID No: 1262, SEQ ID No: 1263, SEQ ID No: 1264, and SEQ ID No: 1265 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0409] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1266, SEQ ID No: 1267, SEQ ID No: 1268, SEQ ID No: 1269, SEQ ID No: 1270, SEQ ID No: 1271, SEQ ID No: 1272, and SEQ ID No: 1273 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0410] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1274, SEQ ID No: 1275, SEQ ID No: 1276, SEQ ID No: 1277, SEQ ID No: 1278, SEQ ID No: 1279, SEQ ID No: 1280, SEQ ID No: 1281, and SEQ ID No: 1282 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0411] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1283, SEQ ID No: 1284, SEQ ID No: 1285, SEQ ID No: 1286, SEQ ID No: 1287, SEQ ID No: 1288, SEQ ID No: 1289, SEQ ID No: 1290, SEQ ID No: 1291, SEQ ID No: 1292, SEQ ID No: 1293 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0412] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1294, SEQ ID No: 1295, SEQ ID No: 1296, SEQ ID No: 1297, SEQ ID No: 1298, SEQ ID No: 1299, and SEQ ID No: 1300 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0413] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1301, SEQ ID No: 1302, SEQ ID No: 1303, SEQ ID No: 1304, SEQ ID No: 1305, SEQ ID No: 1306, SEQ ID No: 1307 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0414] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC4A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC4A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1308, SEQ ID No: 1309, SEQ ID No: 1310, and SEQ ID No: 1311 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0415] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1312 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0416] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A12 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A12, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1313 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0417] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1314, SEQ ID No: 1315, SEQ ID No: 1316, and SEQ ID No: 1317 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0418] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1318, and SEQ ID No: 1319 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0419] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1320, and SEQ ID No: 1321 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0420] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC5A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC5A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1322, SEQ ID No: 1323, and SEQ ID No: 1324 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0421] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1325, and SEQ ID No: 1326 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0422] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1327, SEQ ID No: 1328, and SEQ ID No: 1329 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0423] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1330 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0424] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A15 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A15, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1331, and SEQ ID No: 1332 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0425] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A16 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A16, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1333 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0426] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A17 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A17, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1334, and SEQ ID No: 1335 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0427] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A18 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A18, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1336 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0428] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A19 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A19, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1337 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0429] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1338 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0430] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1339, SEQ ID No: 1340, and SEQ ID No: 1341 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0431] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1342, SEQ ID No: 1343, and SEQ ID No: 1344 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0432] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1345, SEQ ID No: 1346, and SEQ ID No: 1347 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0433] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1348, and SEQ ID No: 1349 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0434] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1350, SEQ ID No: 1351, SEQ ID No: 1352, SEQ ID No: 1353, and SEQ ID No: 1354 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0435] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1355, SEQ ID No: 1356, and SEQ ID No: 1357 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0436] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC6A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC6A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1358, SEQ ID No: 1359, and SEQ ID No: 1360 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0437] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1361 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0438] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A10 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A10, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1362 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0439] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A11 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A11, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1363, SEQ ID No: 1364, SEQ ID No: 1365, SEQ ID No: 1366, SEQ ID No: 1367, and SEQ ID No: 1368 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0440] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A13 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A13, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1369, and SEQ ID No: 1370 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0441] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A14 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A14, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1371 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0442] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1372, and SEQ ID No: 1373 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0443] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1374, and SEQ ID No: 1375 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0444] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1376 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0445] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC7A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC7A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1377, SEQ ID No: 1378, and SEQ ID No: 1379 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0446] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC8A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC8A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1380, SEQ ID No: 1381, SEQ ID No: 1382 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0447] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC8A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC8A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1383, and SEQ ID No: 1384 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0448] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC8A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC8A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1385, and SEQ ID No: 1386 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0449] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A1 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A1, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1387, SEQ ID No: 1388, SEQ ID No: 1389, SEQ ID No: 1390, SEQ ID No: 1391, SEQ ID No: 1392, and SEQ ID No: 1393 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0450] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A2 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A2, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1394, SEQ ID No: 1395, SEQ ID No: 1396, SEQ ID No: 1397, SEQ ID No: 1398, SEQ ID No: 1399, SEQ ID No: 1400, SEQ ID No: 1401, SEQ ID No: 1402, SEQ ID No: 1403, and SEQ ID No: 1404 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0451] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A3 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A3, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1405, SEQ ID No: 1406, and SEQ ID No: 1407 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0452] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A4 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A4, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1408, SEQ ID No: 1409, SEQ ID No: 1410, and SEQ ID No: 1411 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0453] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A5 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A5, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1412, and SEQ ID No: 1413 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0454] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A6 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A6, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1414 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0455] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A7 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A7, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1415, SEQ ID No: 1416, and SEQ ID No: 1417 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0456] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A8 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A8, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1418 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0457] Similarly, as the above plasma membrane protein to be quantified, human SLC9A9 can be exemplified. As a subject peptide for quantification and a stable-isotope labeled peptide used for measuring human SLC9A9, one or more peptides selected from a peptide having an amino acid sequence shown by SEQ ID No: 1419, and SEQ ID No: 1420 of the sequence listing can be specifically exemplified.
[0458] The present invention will be explained in detail by referring to Examples, while the technical scope of the present invention will not be limited by these exemplifications.

Example 1

Preparation of a Peptide Sample

[0459] Human ABCG2 (human ATB binding cassette transporter G2) was selected as a plasma membrane protein, and a peptide sample was prepared to select a peptide that can be selected by LS/MS/MS. First, a plasma membrane of human ABCG2-expressing cell was used as a peptide source, and the peptide sample was prepared as follows. That is, ABCC2-expressing plasma membrane protein was denatured in buffer solution of 7 M guanidine hydrochloride, 0.1 M Tris-HCl, 10 mM EDTA ph 8.5, and a reduction treatment by DTT and a carbamidemethylation treatment by Iodo acetamide were performed in order to protect SH group of cysteine residue. After a dialysis against 50 mM hydrogen carbonate ammonium buffer solution, trypsin was added in an amount of 1/100 of protein mass, the mixture was enzymatically digested at 37° C. for 16 hours, to obtain a peptide sample.

(Preparation of a Subject Peptide for Quantification and a Stable-Isotope Labeled Peptide)

[0460] Human ABCG2-expressing plasma membrane peptide sample was measured by LS/MS/MS. From the measurement results, according to the criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification, 5 peptides derived from human ABCG2 protein were selected: ENLQFSAALR (SEQ ID No: 1), LAEIYVNSSFYK (SEQ ID No:2), LFDSLTLLASGR (SEQ ID No:3), SSLLDVLAAR (SEQ ID No:4), and VIQELGLDK (SEQ ID No:5). The applied criteria for ENLQFSAALR (SEQ ID No:1) were (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (8), (9), and (10). The applied criteria for LAEIYVNSSFYK (SEQ ID No:2) were (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), and (10). The applied criteria for LFDSLTLLASGR (SEQ ID No:3) were (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10) and (11). The applied criteria for SSLLDVLAAR (SEQ ID No:4) were (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10) and (11). The applied criteria for VIQELGLDK (SEQ ID No:5) were (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), and (10). Among these, the peptide SSLLDVLAAR (SEQ ID No:4), which is the same amino acid sequence as those of rats and mice, was set as a measurement subject. By selecting a peptide having homology among species, the quantification of not only human-derived sample, but rat and mouse-derived sample can be performed by using the same standard peptide. For the subject peptide, a non-labeled peptide, and a stable-isotope peptide in which the 7 th leucine is labeled with 13C6, and 15N, were synthesized by F-moc method: SSLLDVL(13C6, 15N)AAR. It was confirmed that the intended peptide was synthesized, by mass spectrometry by using LS/MS/MS.
[0461] (Preparation of a calibration curve) By using the selected subject peptide for quantification (non-labeled peptide: SSLLDVLAAR) and the synthesized stable-isotope labeled peptide (isotope labeled peptide: SSLLDVL(13C6, 15N)AAR), a calibration curve was prepared (consideration of linearity). 10 f mol of 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide was added to each of 0.5 fmol, 1 fmol, 5 fmol, 10 fmol, 50 fmol of non-labeled peptide, respectively, and measured by LS/MS/MS (FIG. 3). The MS spectrum area ratio (non-labeled peptide/13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide) was calculated to prepare a calibration curve (FIG. 4). The linearity of the calibration curve within the measured range, 0.5 fmol-50 fmol, was shown, and it was confirmed that quantification was possible within this range.
[0462] (Quantification of ABCG2 Protein Sample)
[0463] As ABCG2 protein source, a plasma membrane protein of mouse conditionally immortalized brain capillary endothelial cell strain was selected and quantified. First, the cultured cells were suspended in 10 mM Tris-HCl, 250 mM Sucrose, 1 mM EGTA pH 7.4. High nitrogen gas filling method was conducted for 15 min, and the solution was centrifuged at 10,000×g, for 15 min. Further, the supernatant was added on 38% sucrose solution, which mixture was centrifuged at 10,000×g for 40 min to obtain a plasma membrane sample.
[0464] With the method described in the above section “(Preparation of a peptide sample)”, a peptide sample was prepared from a plasma membrane sample. In 1 μg of the plasma membrane peptide sample thus obtained from mouse conditionally immortalized brain capillary endothelial cell strain, 10 fmol of 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide was added and the resultant was measured by LS/MS/MS (FIG. 5). After measurement, MS spectrum area ratio (endogenous ABCG2 peptide 13C6—, 15N-labeled peptide) was calculated, and the quantitative level was calculated by using the above calibration curve. As a result, the ABCG2 protein mass of a plasma membrane of mouse conditionally immortalized brain capillary endothelial cell strain was calculated to be 4.7 fmol/μg.
[0465] As criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification, criteria (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), and (10) were applied as well as (11) according to need. Subject peptides for quantification for the proteins listed on the following Table 1 were synthesized in the same manner as Example 1, and their linearity was considered by preparing a calibration curve. 500 f mol of a stable-isotope labeled peptide was added to each of 10 fmol, 50 fmol, 100 fmol, 500 fmol, 1000 fmol of non-labeled peptide, respectively, and measured by LS/MS/MS. In each of the peptides, the linearity of the calibration curve was shown within 10 f mol-1000 fmol, and it was confirmed that quantification of the target protein is possible within this range (FIG. 6). Moreover, a plasma membrane of protein of human leukemia cell strain was selected as a transporter protein source, and quantified. The quantification threshold value and the quantitative level of plasmid membrane of leukemia cells of the obtained calibration curve are shown in Table 1.
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  TABLE 1
 
          Quantita-  
        Quantita-   tive level
        tive   of leukemia
        threshold   cells
  protein   sequence   Isotope sequence   (fmol)   (fmol/μg)
 
 
  ABCB1EALDESIPPVSF(13C9, 15N)WREALDESIPPVSF(13C9, 15N)WR   10   <0.12  
 
  ABCB4   IATEAIENIRIATEA(13C3, 15N)IENIR   1   0
 
  ABCB5   SADLIVTLKSADLIVTL(13C6, 15N)K   5   0.15
 
  ABCB11   STALQLIQRSTALQL(13C6, 15N)IQR   1   0.45
 
  ABCC1   TPSGNLVNRTPSGNL(13C6, 15N)VNR   5   0.67
 
  ABCC2   QLLNNILRQLLNNIL(13C6, 15N)R   10   <0.01
 
  ABCC3   AEGEISDPFRAEGEISDPF(13C9, 15N)R   5   <0.06
 
  ABCC4   APVLFFDRAPVL(13C6, 15N)FFDR   5   0.65
 
  ABCC5   SLSEASVAVDRSL(13C6, 15N)SEASVAVDR   10   0.28
 
  ABCC6   APETEPFLRAPETEPFL(13C6, 15N)R   1   0
 
  ABCC7   GLPLVHTLITVSKGLPLVHTLITV(13C5, 15N)SK   10   <0.22
 
  ABCC8   TVVTIAHRTVVTIA(13C3, 15N)HR   5   <0.06
 
  ABCC9   NLHHNLLNKNLHHNLL(13C6, 15N)NK   50   <0.29
 
  ABCC10   VFTALALVRVFTALAL(13C6, 15N)VR   5   <0.01
 
  ABCC11   FNLDPFDRFNLDPF(13C9, 15N)DR   5   <0.11
 
  ABCC12   FSIAILPFSIKFSIAILPF(13C9, 15N)SIK   50   <0.43
 
  ABCC13   EDLFELKEDLFEL(13C6, 15N)K   5   0
 
  ABCG1   GAVLINGLPRGAVLINGL(13C6, 15N)PR   5   0
 
  ABCG4   GVVTNLIIPYLKGVVTNLIPYL(13C6, 15N)K   5   <0.21
 
  ABCG5   DSPGVFSKDSPGVF(13C9, 15N)SK   50   <0.09
 
  ABCG8   ASLLDVITGRASLL(13C6, 15N)DVITGR   5   0
 
[0467] As criteria for selecting a subject peptide for quantification, criteria (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), and (10) were applied as well as (11) according to need, subject peptides for quantification for the proteins listed on the following Table 2 were synthesized in the same manner as Example 1, and their linearity was considered by preparing a calibration curve. 100 f mol of a stable-isotope labeled peptide was added to each of 1 fmol, 5 fmol, 10 fmol, 50 fmol, 100 fmol, 500 fmol, and 1000 fmol of non-labeled peptide, respectively, and measured by LS/MS/MS. In each of the peptides, the linearity of the calibration curve was shown, and it was confirmed that quantification of the intended peptide is possible. The quantification threshold value and the quantitative level of plasma membrane of leukemia cells of the obtained calibration curve are shown in Table 2.
[0468] 
[00002] [TABLE-US-00002]
  TABLE 2
 
        Quantitative  
  protein   sequence   Isotope sequence   threshold(fmol)
 
 
  SLC10A1   GIYDGDLKGIYDGDL(13C6, 15N)K   5  
 
  SLC15A1   TLPVFPKTLPVFP(13C5, 15N)K   5
 
  SLC15A2   SQDFHFHLKSQDFHFHL(13C6, 15N)K   10
 
  SLC21A2   VNTAAVNLVPGDPRVNTAAVNLVPGDP(13C5, 15N)R   5
 
  SLC21A6   LNTVGIAKLNTVGI(13C6, 15N)AK   1
 
  SLC21A8   IYNSVFFGRIYNSVFF(13C9, 15N)GR   5
 
  SLC21A9   VLLQTLRVLLQTL(13C6, 15N)R   5
 
  SLC22A1   LSPSFADLFRLSPSFADL(13C6, 15N)FR   5
 
  SLC22A3   FLQGVFGKFLQGVF(13C9, 15N)GK   5
 
  SLC22A7   NVALLALPRNVALLAL(13C6, 15N)PR   10
 
  SLC22A9   DTLTLEILKDTLTLEIL(13C6, 15N)K   50
 
  SLC22A10   NLPLPDTIKNLPLPDTI(13C6, 15N)K   5
 
  SLC22A15   VGGIIAPFIPSLKVGGIIAPFIPSL(13C6, 15N)K   5
 

INDUSTRIAL APPLICABILITY

[0469] With the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by mass spectrometry by using a stable-isotope labeled peptide of the present invention, it is possible to quantify insoluble and high molecular membrane proteins in a simple, rapid and accurate manner, which was difficult with the conventional methods. Further, with the method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein of the present invention, it is possible to quantify the membrane protein without using an antibody. Therefore, the step of preparing an antibody which took much time in the conventional methods can be omitted, and the quantification of a membrane protein to which an antibody cannot be prepared became also possible. Therefore, a method for quantifying accurately a plasma membrane protein widely applicable can be provided. Therefore, a method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein of the present invention can be expected to contribute significantly for elucidating functions of a plasma membrane protein having important functions as receptor against factors acting on organisms, transporter of biological substances, ion channel, and plasma membrane antigen; screening of active substances, test, diagnosis, etc. using the expression of the protein. Particularly, when developing a novel drug, the absolute quantification of a protein such as membrane proteins by a simple and accurate method, is very critical for testing a novel drug candidate. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein of the present invention is expected to contribute greatly for promoting development in this field.
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Claims

1. A method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS) using a stable-isotope labeled peptide, comprising the following steps (a) to (e):
(a) preparing and identifying a peptide fragment by fragmenting a separated plasma membrane protein target molecule to be quantified; and selecting a subject peptide for quantification that can be ionized by ESI method based on criteria consisting of at least (1) and (2) set forth below and based on selective criteria (3) to (11) set forth below, each selective criterion having a score value, wherein a peptide is preferentially selected as the subject peptide for quantification if it meets at least criteria (1) and (2) and if it has a high total score value based on said score values of selective criteria (3) to (11):
(1) the peptide is obtained by fragmenting with a protease selected from trypsin, endoproteinase, and pepsin;
(2) the peptide sequence is specific to the target molecule;
(3) where it is a peptide wherein the content of hydrophobic amino acids is 80% or less and wherein not more than 10 hydrophobic amino acids are consecutive, where hydrophobic amino acids are selected from tryptophan, tyrosine, valine, leucine, isoleucine and phenylalanine, score 2 is given;
(4) where it is a peptide wherein the number of amino acid residues is 4 to 30, score 3 is given;
(5) where it is a peptide that does not contain the sequence of asparagine-X-serine, asparagine-X-threonine, or asparagine-X-cysteine as specific amino acid sequence conditions, wherein X represents an amino acids other than proline, score 2 is given;
(6) where, except when a post-translational modified protein is being quantified, it is a peptide that does not contain a post-translation modified site, score 3 is given;
(7) where it is a peptide that does not contain a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) site, score 4 is given;
(8) where it is a peptide wherein a cleavage site of the protease is not arginine-arginine, arginine-lysine, lysine-arginine, or lysine-lysine, score 5 is given;
(9) where it is a peptide that does not contain a transmembrane domain when the protein structure is determined or estimated, score 2 is given; and
(10) where it is a peptide that does not contain methionine or cysteine, score 3 is given; and
(11) where it is a peptide that does not contain tryptophan or glutamic acid, score 1 is given;
(b) preparing a stable-isotope labeled peptide having the same sequence as the subject peptide for quantification and labeled with a stable-isotope by a peptide synthesis method;
(c) preparing a calibration curve by using the subject peptide for quantification and the stable-isotope labeled peptide and performing mass spectrometry using LC/MS/MS for each predetermined concentration level;
(d) performing mass spectrometry by using LC/MS/MS by adding the stable-isotope labeled peptide to the peptide fragment obtained by fragmenting the plasma membrane protein to be quantified and calculating the mass spectrum area ratio of the peptide fragment to the stable-isotope labeled peptide; and
(e) calculating a quantitative level of the plasma membrane protein from the mass spectrum area ratio by using the calibration curve.
2. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the hydrophobic amino acid content in selective criterion (3) is 50% or less, and the number of amino acid residues in selective criterion (4) is 8 to 12.
3. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, further comprising an additional criterion (12):
(12) the same amino acid sequence of the peptide is found in plural animal species;
wherein the peptide is preferentially selected as the subject peptide for quantification if it meets at least criteria (1), (2) and (12) and if it has a high total score value based on said score values of selective criteria (3) to (11).
4. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein plural specific measurement channels are prepared by combining parent ion (m/z) and peptide fragment ion (m/z) of candidate peptides selected according to the criteria for selecting subject peptide for quantification, and measured.
5. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 4, wherein the plural specific channels are prepared for plural candidate peptides of the same protein and for a candidate peptide for plural proteins, and measured at the same time.
6. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the stable-isotope labeled peptide is labeled with an amino acid containing any one of 15N, 13C, 18O, or 2H.
7. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein a source of plasma membrane protein is a tissue sample.
8. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the plasma membrane protein is one or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human ABCA1, human ABCA2, human ABCA3, human ABCA4, human ABCA5, human ABCA6, human ABCA7, human ABCA8, human ABCA9, human ABCA10, human ABCA12, human ABCA13, human ABCB1, human ABCB4, human ABCB5, human ABCB11, human ABCC1, human ABCC2, human ABCC3, human ABCC4, human ABCC5, human ABCC6, human ABCC7, human ABCC8, human ABCC9, human ABCC10, human ABCC11, human ABCC12, human ABCC13, human ABCG1, human ABCG2, human ABCG4, human ABCG5, human ABCG8, and human P-glycoprotein.
9. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the plasma membrane protein is one or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human SLC10A1, human SLC10A2, human SLC15A1, human SLC15A2, human SLC16A1, human SLC16A7, human SLC19A1, human SLC19A2, human SLC19A3, human SLC21A1, human SLC21A10, human SLC21A11, human SLC21A12, human SLC21A13, human SLC21A14, human SLC21A15, human SLC21A19, human SLC21A2, human SLC21A20, human SLC21A3, human SLC21A4, human SLC21A5, human SLC21A6, human SLC21A7, human SLC21A8, human SLC21A9, human SLC22A1, human SLC22A10, human SLC22A11, human SLC22A12, human SLC22A13, human SLC22A14, human SLC22A15, human SLC22A16, human SLC22A17, human SLC22A18, human SLC22A2, human SLC22A3, human SLC22A4, human SLC22A5, human SLC22A6, human SLC22A7, human SLC22A8, human SLC22A9, human SLC23A1, human SLC23A2, human SLC28A1, human SLC28A2, human SLC28A3, human SLC29A1, human SLC29A2, human SLC29A3, human SLC29A4, human SLC31A1, human SLC3A2, human SLC43A1, human SLC43A2, human SLC43A3, human SLC7A5, human SLC7A6, and human SLC7A8.
10. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the plasma membrane protein is one or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human SLC10A3, human SLC10A4, human SLC10A5, human SLC10A6, human SLC11A1, human SLC11A2, human SLC12A1, human SLC12A2, human SLC12A3, human SLC12A4, human SLC12A5, human SLC12A6, human SLC12A7, human SLC12A8, human SLC12A9, human SLC13A1, human SLC13A2, human SLC13A3, human SLC13A4, human SLC13A5, human SLC14A1, human SLC14A2, human SLC15A3, human SLC15A4, human SLC16A10, human SLC16A11, human SLC16A1, human SLC16A13, human SLC16A14, human SLC16A2, human SLC16A3, human SLC16A4, human SLC16A5, human SLC16A6, human SLC16A8, human SLC16A9, human SLC17A1, human SLC17A2, human SLC17A3, human SLC17A4, human SLC17A5, human SLC17A6, human SLC17A7, human SLC17A8, human SLC18A1, human SLC18A2, human SLC18A3, human SLC1A1, human SLC1A2, human SLC1A3, human SLC1A4, human SLC1A5, human SLC1A6, human SLC1A7, human SLC20A1, human SLC20A2, human SLC23A3, human SLC24A1, human SLC24A2, human SLC24A3, human SLC24A4, human SLC24A5, human SLC24A6, human SLC25A1, human SLC25A10, human SLC25A11, human SLC25A12, human SLC25A13, human SLC25A14, human SLC25A15, human SLC25A16, human SLC25A17, human SLC25A18, human SLC25A19, human SLC25A2, human SLC25A20, human SLC25A21, human SLC25A22, human SLC25A23, human SLC25A24, human SLC25A25, human SLC25A26, human SLC25A27, human SLC25A28, human SLC25A29, human SLC25A3, human SLC25A30, human SLC25A31, human SLC25A32, human SLC25A33, human SLC25A34, human SLC25A35, human SLC25A36, human SLC25A37, human SLC25A4, human SLC25A5, human SLC25A6, human SLC25A7, human SLC25A8, human SLC25A9, human SLC26A1, human SLC26A10, human SLC26A11, human SLC26A2, human SLC26A3, human SLC26A4, human SLC26A5, human SLC26A6, human SLC26A7, human SLC26A8, human SLC26A9, human SLC27A1, human SLC27A2, human SLC27A3, human SLC27A4, human SLC27A5, human SLC27A6, human SLC2A1, human SLC2A10, human SLC2A11, human SLC2A12, human SLC2A13, human SLC2A14, human SLC2A2, human SLC2A3, human SLC2A4, human SLC2A5, human SLC2A6, human SLC2A7, human SLC2A8, human SLC2A9, human SLC30A1, human SLC30A10, human SLC30A11, human SLC30A2, human SLC30A3, human SLC30A4, human SLC30A5, human SLC30A6, human SLC30A7, human SLC30A8, human SLC30A9, human SLC31A2, human SLC32A1, human SLC33A1, human SLC34A1, human SLC34A2, human SLC34A3, human SLC35B1, human SLC35B2, human SLC35B3, human SLC35B4, human SLC35C1, human SLC35C2, human SLC35D1, human SLC35D2, human SLC35D3, human SLC36A1, human SLC36A2, human SLC36A3, human SLC36A4, human SLC37A1, human SLC37A2, human SLC37A3, human SLC37A4, human SLC38A1, human SLC38A2, human SLC38A3, human SLC38A4, human SLC38A5, human SLC38A6, human SLC3A1, human SLC40A1, human SLC41A1, human SLC41A2, human SLC41A3, human SLC44A1, human SLC44A2, human SLC44A3, human SLC44A4, human SLC44A5, human SLC45A1, human SLC45A2, human SLC45A3, human SLC45A4, human SLC4A1, human SLC4A10, human SLC4A11, human SLC4A2, human SLC4A3, human SLC4A4, human SLC4A5, human SLC4A7, human SLC4A8, human SLC4A9, human SLC5A1, human SLC5A11, human SLC5A12, human SLC5A2, human SLC5A3, human SLC5A4, human SLC5A5, human SLC5A9, human SLC6A1, human SLC6A10, human SLC6A11, human SLC6A12, human SLC6A13, human SLC6A14, human SLC6A15, human SLC6A16, human SLC6A17, human SLC6A18, human SLC6A19, human SLC6A2, human SLC6A20, human SLC6A3, human SLC6A4, human SLC6A5, human SLC6A6, human SLC6A7, human SLC6A8, human SLC6A9, human SLC7A1, human SLC7A10, human SLC7A11, human SLC7A13, human SLC7A14, human SLC7A2, human SLC7A3, human SLC7A4, human SLC7A7, human SLC7A9, human SLC8A1, human SLC8A2, human SLC8A3, human SLC9A1, human SLC9A2, human SLC9A3, human SLC9A4, human SLC9A5, human SLC9A6, human SLC9A7, human SLC9A8, and human SLC9A9.
11. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the plasma membrane protein is one or more proteins selected the group consisting from human SLC35A1, human SLC35A2, human SLC35A3, human SLC35A4, human SLC35A5, human SLC35E1, human SLC35E2, human SLC35E3, human SLC35E4, human SLC35F1, human SLC35F2, human SLC35F3, human SLC35F5, human SLC39A1, human SLC39A10, human SLC39A11, human SLC39A12, human SLC39A13, human SLC39A14, human SLC39A2, human SLC39A3, human SLC39A4, human SLC39A5, human SLC39A6, human SLC39A7, human SLC39A8, human SLC39A9, human SLC42A1, human SLC42A2, and human SLC42A3.
12. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the plasma membrane protein is human MATE1 or human MATE2.
13. The method for quantifying a plasma membrane protein according to claim 1, wherein the plasma membrane protein is one or more proteins selected from the group consisting of human ABCA1, human ABCA2, human ABCA3, human ABCA4, human ABCA5, human ABCA6, human ABCA7, human ABCA8, human ABCA9, human ABCA10, human ABCA12, human ABCA13, human ABCB1, human ABCB4, human ABCB5, human ABCB11, human ABCC1, human ABCC2, human ABCC3, human ABCC4, human ABCC5, human ABCC6, human ABCC10, human ABCC11, human ABCC12, human ABCC13, human ABCG1, human ABCG2, human ABCG4, human ABCG5, human ABCG8, human MATE1, human MATE2, human SLC3A2, human SLC7A5, human SLC7A6, human SLC10A1, human SLC10A2, human SLC15A1, human SLC15A2, human SLC16A1, human SLC16A7, human SLC19A1, human SLC21A2, human SLC21A3, human SLC21A4, human SLC21A5, human SLC21A6, human SLC21A7, human SLC21A8, human SLC21A9, human SLC21A11, human SLC21A12, human SLC21A13, human SLC21A14, human SLC21A15, human SLC21A19, human SLC21A20, human SLC22A1, human SLC22A2, human SLC22A3, human SLC22A4, human SLC22A5, human SLC22A6, human SLC22A7, human SLC22A8, human SLC22A9, human SLC22A10, human SLC22A11, human SLC22A12, human SLC22A13, human SLC22A14, human SLC22A15, human SLC22A16, human SLC22A17, human SLC23A1, human SLC23A2, human SLC28A1, human SLC28A2, human SLC28A3, human SLC29A1, human SLC29A2, and human SLC31A1.
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