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1 Figure S1 Sugimoto et al m/z ****** *** m/z* *** m/z * *** * m/z ** *** ** m/z **** * ** Cadaverine * ** * m/z, min. * m/z * *** * m/z * * m/z * * alpha-Aminobutyric acid ** * ****** * * Putrescine ** ****** * Methylimidazoleacetic acid *** Trimethylamine ****** ****** * * m/z ****** *
2 Figure S1 (Continued) Sugimoto et al. Piperidine ** Piperideine *** * * * ****** * m/z ******* * *** m/z * *** * * * Pyrroline hydroxycarboxylic acid* *** * * Betaine * * m/z * m/z * *** * Phenylalanine * * *** ** * * Tyrosine ** *** * * Proline * ** * * Ornithine * * Lysine *** ** * Glycine * ** * m/z *
3 Figure S1 (Continued) Sugimoto et al. Pro-Gly-Pro or Pro-Pro-Gly ** m/z ** Ethanolamine ** * *** * Burimamide * gamma-Aminobutyric acid * *** ** Citrulline beta-Alanine * **** Aspartic acid ** *** *** Serine ** * *** * * Glutamine * ***** * Hypoxanthine ** *** * Choline *** * * m/z, min. *** * * ** * Glycerophosphocholine m/z *** * * ** * *
4 Figure S1 (Continued) Sugimoto et al m/z **** *
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