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2-hydroxypentanoate

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC60630

DESCRIPTION
The pentanoate anion substituted at the alpha-carbon by a hydroxy group. The conjugate base of 2-hydroxypentanoic acid, it is the predominant species at physiological pH.

Identified in MTBLS1

methylguanidine

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC16628

DESCRIPTION
A guanidine in which one of the amino hydrogens of guanidine itself is substituted by a methyl group.

Identified in MTBLS1

 Study Identifier MTBLS1
 Study Size 147.46MB
 Submitted by Reza Salek
Organism Homo sapiens
Study Factors Gender, Metabolic syndrome

formate

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC15740

DESCRIPTION
A monocarboxylic acid anion that is the conjugate base of formic acid. Induces severe metabolic acidosis and ocular injury in human subjects.

Identified in MTBLS1 , CHEBI:15740

nicotinate

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC32544

DESCRIPTION
A pyridinemonocarboxylate that is the conjugate base of nicotinic acid, arising from deprotonation of the carboxy group; major species at pH 7.3.

Identified in MTBLS1 , CHEBI:32544

butyrate

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC17968

DESCRIPTION
A short-chain fatty acid anion that is the conjugate base of butyric acid, obtained by deprotonation of the carboxy group.

Identified in CHEBI:17968 , MTBLS1

2-hydroxy-3-methylbutyrate

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC64669

DESCRIPTION
A hydroxy monocarboxylic acid anion that is the conjugate base of 2-hydroxy-3-methylbutyric acid, formed by loss of a proton from the carboxy group.

Identified in CHEBI:64669 , MTBLS1

malate(2-)

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC15595

DESCRIPTION
A C4-dicarboxylate resulting from deprotonation of both carboxy groups of malic acid.

Identified in CHEBI:15595 , MTBLS1 , MTBLS67

N-hexanoylglycine

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC64390

DESCRIPTION
An N-acylglycine in which the acyl group is specified as hexanoyl.

Identified in MTBLS1 , CHEBI:64390 , MTBLS20

succinate(2-)

COMPOUND ACCESSION
MTBLC30031

DESCRIPTION
A dicarboxylic acid dianion resulting from the removal of a proton from both of the carboxy groups of succinic acid.

Identified in MTBLS1 , MTBLS47 , CHEBI:30031 , MTBLS67 , MTBLS47