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Metabolite/Endogenous Metabolite Metabolite/Endogenous Metabolite


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M10346 Glutamic acid (L-Glutamic acid) L-Glutamic acid acts as an excitatory transmitter and an agonist at all subtypes of glutamate receptors (metabotropic, kainate, NMDA, and AMPA).
M45063 2',3'-cGAMP sodium 2',3'-cGAMP sodium is an endogenous cGAMP in mammalian cells that binds STING with high affinity and is also a potent inducer of interferon-beta (IFNβ).2',3'-cGAMP sodium is produced in mammalian cells in response to DNA in the cytoplasm.
M44668 (+/-)-Anabasine (±) Anabasine is a biphasic muscle relaxant.
M44667 (+)-Longifolene (+)-Longifolene is a sesquiterpenoid and a metabolite in rabbits. (+)-Longifolen is converted to primary, secondary or tertiary alcohols in rabbits, among which the primary alcohol is predominant.
M44662 (-)-Carveol Carveol is an endogenous metabolite.
M43976 Lactate Lactate (lactic acid) is a product of glycolysis that is produced in the body when contracting skeletal muscles are deprived of oxygen and can be removed under fully aerobic conditions.
M43939 Tryptophol Tryptophol is an endogenous metabolite.
M42362 6PPD-Q 6PPD-Q (6PPD-Quinone) is an endogenous metabolite that can be found in human urine and can also commonly found in the environment.
M42349 Hydroxocobalamin Hydroxocobalamin (Vitamin B12a) is an injectable naturally occurring form of vitamin B12 with a favorable adverse effect profile.
M40714 N-Lactoyl-Phenylalanine N-Lactoyl-Phenylalanine, a blood-derived signaling metabolite that can be induced by exercise, suppresses feeding and obesity and can be used in obesity research.
M40604 Cholic acid sodium hydrate Cholic acid sodium hydrate is the major bile acid produced in the liver, is orally active, and is usually affixed with glycine or taurine to aid in fat absorption and cholesterol excretion. In addition, Cholic acid sodium hydrate is a biosurfactant.
M39116 Inosinic acid Inosinic acid is an endogenous metabolite.
M39112 Heptanoic acid Heptanoic acid (Enanthic acid) is a short-chain fatty acid composed of a seven-carbon chain. Heptanoic acid increases the saturated fatty acids content in lipids, dramatically decreased the even-chain saturated fatty acids content in Schizochytrium.
M39104 D-Glutamic acid D-glutamic acid, an enantiomer of L- glutamic acid, is widely used in pharmaceuticals and foods.
M39086 Acetyl coenzyme A lithium Acetyl-coenzyme A lithium regulates various cellular mechanisms by providing (sole donor) acetyl groups to target amino acid residues for post-translational acetylation reactions of proteins. Acetyl Coenzyme A lithium is also a key precursor of lipid synthesis.
M31294 Uridine 5'-monophosphate Uridine 5'-monophosphate is a ribonucleotide that can be formed by decarboxylation of whey acid nucleoside-5 '-monophosphate (5'-OMP) by OMP decarboxylase and is the major nucleotide analog in mammalian milk.
M31293 N-​Carbamoyl-​DL-​aspartic acid N-Carbamoyl-DL-aspartic acid (USA) is a pyrimidine biosynthesis intermediate that can be taken up by Saccharomyces cerevisiae when proline is the only nitrogen source, but USA uptake is inhibited when ammonium sulfate or glutamate is the nitrogen source.
M31283 Glucose oxidase Glucose oxidase (GOD) is an oxidoreductase enzyme that inhibits the proliferation of cancer cells by reacting with intracellular oxygen (O2) and β-D-glucose to produce hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and gluconic acid, thereby cutting off the source of nutrients for cancer cells.
M31241 Normetanephrine hydrochloride Normetanephrine ((±)-Normetanephrine) hydrochloride is the O-methylated metabolite of norepinephrine (NE).
M31239 3,4-Dihydroxymandelic acid  3,4-Dihydroxymandelic acid is a metabolite of norepinephrine.

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