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List of Studies ( Metabolite:Lys-Pro)

Study_idAnalysis_idStudy_titleSourceSpeciesDiseaseInstituteUnits(range)
ST002247 AN003670 Microbiota and Health Study (Dhaka, Bangladesh) Feces Human Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Abundances
ST002761 AN004487 Metabolic responses of normal rat kidneys to a high salt intake (Urine) Urine Rat Medical College of Wisconsin Area
ST002747 AN004454 Evolutionary genomics identifies host-directed therapeutics to treat intracellular bacterial infections Cultured cells Human CZ Biohub counts, height
ST002747 AN004454 Evolutionary genomics identifies host-directed therapeutics to treat intracellular bacterial infections Cultured cells Rickettsia parkeri CZ Biohub counts, height
ST002119 AN003467 Metabolomics analysis of zebrafish response to CID661578 treatment Larvae Zebrafish Diabetes North Carolina State University ion counts
ST002152 AN003523 Metabolomics analysis of mouse liver with or without SIRT5 deficiency Liver Mouse North Carolina State University ion counts
ST001324 AN002202 Metabolomics Adaptation of Juvenile Pacific Abalone Haliotis discus hannai to Heat Stress Hepatopancreas Pacific Abalone Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences mV*min
ST002775 AN004517 Zebrafish Retina Regeneration Metabolomics - 3 Days Post Crush Eye tissue Zebrafish Eye disease University of Miami Normalized Concentrations
ST001841 AN002984 Metabolomics of lung microdissections reveals region- and sex-specific metabolic effects of acute naphthalene exposure in mice (part II) Liver Mouse Oxidative stress University of California, Davis normalized peak height
ST002028 AN003298 Metabolomics Analysis of Blood Plasma and Stool from Six Week Flaxseed Dietary Intervention in Postmenopausal Women (Stool/HILIC) Feces Human UC Davis normalized peak height
ST002184 AN003577 Metabolic effect of the loss of mitochondrial-specific aspartyl-tRNA synthetase Das2 on mouse intestinal epithelial cells Intestine Mouse CECAD Research Center peak area
ST002505 AN004126 A Mammalian Conserved Circular RNA CircLARP2 Regulates Hepatocellular Carcinoma Metastasis and Lipid Metabolism (Part 1) Cultured cells Human Cancer University of Science and Technology of China Peak area
ST002926 AN004798 Multi-“omics” analysis reveals the orphan P. falciparum protein kinase PfPK8 regulates multi-gene family expression Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University peak height
ST000403 AN000642 Metabolomics-based elucidation of active metabolic pathways in erythrocytes and HSC-derived reticulocytes Blood Human Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University Peak height
ST000414 AN000655 Metabolomics-based screening of the Malaria Box reveals both novel and established mechanisms of action Plasmodium cells Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University Peak height
ST000539 AN000818 Metabolomics-based elucidation of active metabolic pathways in erythrocytes and HSC-derived reticulocytes (part II) Blood Human Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University Peak height
ST000546 AN000832 Multi-omics based identification of specific biochemical changes associated with PfKelch13-mutant artemisinin resistant Plasmodium Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University Peak height
ST001033 AN001694 Determination of mode of action of anti-malalrial drugs using untargeted metabolomics Cultured cells Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Bacteroides fragilis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Bacteroides uniformis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Blautia producta Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium clostridioforme Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium hathewayi Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium hylemonae Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium scindens Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium symbiosum Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Enterococcus faecalis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Enterococcus faecium Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Enterococcus hirae Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Escherichia fergusonii Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Flavonifractor plautii Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004625 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Parabacteroides distasonis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Bacteroides fragilis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Bacteroides uniformis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Blautia producta Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium clostridioforme Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium hathewayi Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium hylemonae Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium scindens Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Clostridium symbiosum Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Enterococcus faecalis Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Enterococcus faecium Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Enterococcus hirae Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Escherichia fergusonii Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Flavonifractor plautii Stanford University Peak height
ST002832 AN004626 Resource competition predicts assembly of in vitro gut bacterial communities- HILIC Bacterial cells Parabacteroides distasonis Stanford University Peak height
ST002407 AN003924 Spatial, temporal, and inter-subject variation of the metabolome along the human upper intestinal tract Intestine Human UC Davis Peak Height
ST001794 AN002911 Metabolomics Analysis of Time-Series Gastrointestinal Lumen Samples Intestine Human University of California, Davis Peak Height Intensity
ST001201 AN001998 Peroxide antimalarial treatment timecourse on trophozoite-stage P. falciparum parasites Cultured cells Human Malaria Monash University Peak intensity
ST001201 AN001998 Peroxide antimalarial treatment timecourse on trophozoite-stage P. falciparum parasites Cultured cells Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University Peak intensity
ST001204 AN002004 Peroxide antimalarial extended treatment timecourse on trophozoite-stage P. falciparum parasites Cultured cells Human Malaria Monash University Peak intensity
ST001204 AN002004 Peroxide antimalarial extended treatment timecourse on trophozoite-stage P. falciparum parasites Cultured cells Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University Peak intensity
ST001205 AN002006 Peroxide antimalarial treatment of K13-mutant and -wildtype P. falciparum parasites Cultured cells Human Malaria Monash University Peak intensity
ST001205 AN002006 Peroxide antimalarial treatment of K13-mutant and -wildtype P. falciparum parasites Cultured cells Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University Peak intensity
ST002094 AN003420 Commensal intestinal microbiota regulates host luminal proteolytic activity and intestinal barrier integrity through β-glucuronidase activity (Part 1) Feces Human Irritable bowel syndrome Mayo Clinic raw intensity
ST002106 AN003444 Genetic and chemical validation of Plasmodium falciparum aminopeptidase PfA-M17 as a drug target in the hemoglobin digestion pathway (Part 1) Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University relative intensity
ST002107 AN003446 Genetic and chemical validation of Plasmodium falciparum aminopeptidase PfA-M17 as a drug target in the hemoglobin digestion pathway (Part 2) Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University relative intensity
ST002108 AN003448 Genetic and chemical validation of Plasmodium falciparum aminopeptidase PfA-M17 as a drug target in the hemoglobin digestion pathway (Part 3) Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University relative intensity
ST002309 AN003771 Targeting malaria parasites with novel derivatives of azithromycin Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University relative intensity
ST002512 AN004136 Gnotobiotic mice: Metabolites in intestinal contents of germ-free mice colonized with strains of gut bacterium Eggerthella lenta Intestine Mouse University of California, San Francisco relative ion counts
ST001175 AN001950 Multi-omics analysis demonstrates unique mode of action of a potent new antimalarial compound, JPC-3210, against Plasmodium falciparum Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University Signal Intensity
ST001315 AN002189 Retargeting azithromycin-like compounds as antimalarials with dual modality Blood Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Monash University Signal Intensity
ST002427 AN003950 Dansylated Human Plasma at Known Light-Heavy Mixing Ratios Blood Human University of North Carolina Greensboro unitless L/H ratio
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