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Fig. 3 MS/MS identification of palmitamide. Fig. 4 MS/MS identification of LPC 18:1. Both protonated and sodiated ions were detected in plasma sample.

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1 Fig. 3 MS/MS identification of palmitamide

2 Fig. 4 MS/MS identification of LPC 18:1. Both protonated and sodiated ions were detected in plasma sample.

3 Fig. 5 MS/MS identification of GCDCA

4 Oleamide standard m/z % % Plasma sample ES + m/z Fig. S-1 MS/MS identification of Oleamide

5 Fig. S-2 MS/MS identification of TCDCA

6 Fig. S-3 MS/MS identification of myristamide

7 Fig. S-4 MS/MS identification of stearamide

8 LPC 16:0 standard m/z % % 0 ES Plasma sample ES m/z Fig. S-5 MS/MS identification of LPC 16:0

9 Fig. S-6 Identification of LPC 18:2 based on characteristic peak of LPC m/z 104, m/z 184 and parent ion m/z

10 Glycocholic acid hydrate standard C26H43NO6 m/z % % 0 ES ES m/z Plasma sample Fig. S-7 MS/MS identification of GCA

11 m/z % % 0 % 0 LPC 18:0 standard ES Plasma sample ES Plasma sample ES m/z [M+H] + [M+Na] + Fig. S-8 MS/MS identification of LPC 18:0

12 Taurocholic acid sodium salt hydrate standard m/z % % 0 ES Plasma sample ES m/z Fig. S-9 MS/MS identification of TCA

13 Fig. S-10 Identification of LPC 20:4 based on characteristic peaks of LPCs: m/z 104, m/z 184 and the parent ion m/z m/z % % 0 Plasma sample (LPC 20:4 ) ES Plasma sample (LPC 20:4) ES m/z [M+H] + [M+Na] +


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