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Hyperpolarized 1 H and 13 C NMR spectroscopy in a single experiment for metabolomics

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The application of NMR spectroscopy to complex mixture analysis, and in particular to metabolomics, is limited by the low sensitivity of NMR. We recently showed that dissolution Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (d-DNP) could enhance the sensitivity of 13 C NMR for complex metabolite mixtures, leading to the detection of highly sensitive 13 C NMR fingerprints of complex samples such as plant extracts or urine. While such experiments provide heteronuclear spectra, which are complementary to conventional NMR, hyperpolarized 1 H NMR spectra would also be highly useful, with improved limits of detection and compatibility with existing metabolomics workflow and databases. In this technical note, we introduce an approach capable of recording both 1 H and 13 C hyperpolarized spectra of metabolite mixtures in a single experiment and on the same hyperpolarized sample. We investigate the analytical performance of this method in terms of sensitivity and repeatability, then we show that it can be efficiently applied to a plant extract. Significant sensitivity enhancements in 1 H NMR are reported with a repeatability suitable for metabolomics studies, without compromising on the performance of hyperpolarized 13 C NMR. This approach provides a way to perform both 1 H and 13 C hyperpolarized NMR metabolomics with unprecedented sensitivity and throughput.
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hal-04311550 , version 1 (28-11-2023)

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Arnab Dey, Benoît Charrier, Victor Ribay, Jean-Nicolas Dumez, Patrick Giraudeau. Hyperpolarized 1 H and 13 C NMR spectroscopy in a single experiment for metabolomics. Analytical Chemistry, 2023, 95 (46), pp.16861-16867. ⟨10.1021/acs.analchem.3c02614⟩. ⟨hal-04311550⟩
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