Sphingomyelin from bovine brain; MS2; QqQ; positive; CE 50 V

2009.2.9 Copyright(C) 2008 Plant Science Center, RIKEN

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ACCESSION PS052905
RECORD_TITLE Sphingomyelin from bovine brain; MS2; QqQ; positive; CE 50 V
DATE 2009.2.9
AUTHORS Sawada Y, Matsuda F, and Hirai MY. Plant Science Center, RIKEN
COPYRIGHT Copyright(C) 2008 Plant Science Center, RIKEN
COMMENTS Build 5
COMMENTS Data acquisition and generation is financially supported in part by CREST/JST.
COMMENTS Source compound BIOMOL, SL-135.
COMMENTS PRIMe compound in-house ID T0037
COMMENTS This spectra was automatically generated from the raw data without manual curation of data quality.
COMMENTS The spectral data and services are available to the research and academic community only.
COMMENTS All users must cite follwing literature in publication(s).
PUBLICATION Sawada et al Widely targeted metabolomics based on large-scale MS/MS data for elucidating metabolite accumulation patterns in plants. Plant Cell Physiol(2009) 50:37-47:doi:10.1093/pcp/pcn183
STRUCTURE_FILE_NAME N/A
CH$ NAME Sphingomyelin from bovine brain
CH$ NAME Sph
CH$ COMPOUND_CLASS CLASS1 Other
CH$ COMPOUND_CLASS CLASS2 Other
CH$ COMPOUND_CLASS CLASS3 Sphingomyelin
CH$ FORMULA -
CH$ EXACT_MASS 0
CH$ LINK CAS 85187-10-6
CH$ LINK KEGG -
CH$ LINK PUBCHEM CID -
CH$ SMILES no data
CH$ INCHI no data
CH$ IUPAC no data
AC$ INSTRUMENT TQD, Waters
AC$ INSTRUMENT_TYPE N/A
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION MS_TYPE Flow-injection QqQ/MS
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION IONIZATION ESI
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION PRECURSOR_SELECTION Q
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION FRAGMENTATION_EQUIPMENT Q
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION FRAGMENTATION_METHOD LOW-ENERGY CID
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION COLLISION_ENERGY 50
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION SPECTRUM_TYPE Q
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION DATAFORMAT CENTROID
AC$ ANALYTICAL_CONDITION MODE POSITIVE
MS$ FOCUSED_ION ION_TYPE [M+H]+
MS$ FOCUSED_ION PRECURSOR_M/Z 732.08
PK$ NUM_PEAK 2
PK$ PEAK m/z int. rel.int.
[-] m/z
[-] Intensity
[-] Relative intensity
183
32842
146
184
224031
999

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