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Table 2 Metabolites identified in the cell extracts of BY4742 and the used deletion mutants using the software AMDIS v2.0 and a TMS library.

From: Metabolite profiling studies in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: an assisting tool to prioritize host targets for antiviral drug screening

metabolite peak number m/z #TMS/MeOx
glycine 1 102 2
alanine 2 116 2
pyruvic acid 3 174 1/MeOx
lactic acid 4 117 2
valine 5 144 2
u. m. #1 6 110 n.k.1
ethanolamine 7 174 2
glycerol 8 218 3
isoleucine/leucine 9 158 2
succinic acid 10 247 2
uracil 11 241 2
fumaric acid 12 245 2
serine 13 204 3
threonine 14 218 3
homoserine 15 218 3
malic aicd 16 233 3
u. m. #2 17 188 n.k.1
erythritol 18 217 4
aspartic acid 19 218 3
u. m. #6 20 258 n.k.1
cytosine 21 254 2
α-ketoglutaric acid 22 198 2/MeOx
glutamic acid 23 246 3
phenylalanine 24 192 2
ribose 25 217 4/MeOx
asparagine 26 231 3
2-aminoadipic acid 27 260 3
orotic acid 28 254 3
glycerol-1-phosphate 29 370 4
glutamine 30 156 3
N-acetyl-glutamic acid 31 216 2
u. m. #3 32 257 n.k.1
citric acid 33 273 4
ornithine 34 258 4
arginine 35 256 5
adenine 36 279 2
lysine 37 230 4
histidine 38 356 3
manitol 39 307 6
tyrosine 40 218 3
u. m. #4 41 258 n.k.1
inositol 42 305 6
xylulose-5-phosphate 43 315 5/MeOx
glucose-6-phosphate 44 387 6/MeOx
u. m. #7 45 387 n.k.1
u. m. #5 46 204 n.k.1
trehalose 47 361 8
  1. Peak numbers correspond to the labelling of the data points in Figure 2. #TMS denotes tert-methyl-silyl residues in the detected analyte originating from derivatization, MeOx denotes methoxymation of the metabolite. 1n.k., not known; u.m., unknown metabolite.