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Fig. 3 | Environmental Sciences Europe

Fig. 3

From: A European proposal for quality control and quality assurance of tandem mass spectral libraries

Fig. 3

Selected resources relevant for environmental and/or human biomonitoring studies (in blue, see main text) as well as the corresponding mass spectral entries, where available (orange). Both SusDat and HMDB have mass spectral resources integrated (SusDat partially), while CompTox has lists mapped to spectral libraries, indicating availability and PubChem has a Table of Contents with the number of compounds containing MS/MS annotations. CompTox, HMDB, and SusDat have more extensive in silico entries available that have not been represented here. While both TEDB and DrugBank list MS/MS entries (measured and in silico), this information is not as easily accessible as HMDB and many entries overlap with HMDB

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