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Figure S1. SDS-PAGE (15%) analysis of 5 g of non-heated (-) and heated rat brain protein extract.

Table S1. Myelin basic protein identification by peptide mass fingerprinting trypsin digestion of α-syn positive rat enriched SDS-PAGE spot.

Table S2. α-syn identification by peptide mass fingerprinting trypsin digestion of α-syn positive rat enriched 1D SDS-PAGE spot.

Table S3. α-syn in silico trypsin digestion. Start-end peptides; peptide sequences; number of miscleavages; mass average (Da).

Table S4. β-Syn in silico trypsin digestion. Start-end peptides; peptide sequences; number of miscleavages; mass average (Da).

Table S5. α-Syn in silico Glu-C digestion. Start-end peptides; peptide sequences; number of miscleavages; mass average (Da).

Table S6. β-Syn in silico Glu-C digestion. Start-end peptides; peptide sequences; number of miscleavages; mass average (Da).

Table S7. Peptide mass fingerprinting results from α-Syn trypsin digestion.

Table S8. Peptide mass fingerprinting results from α-Syn Glu-C digestion.

Table S9. Peptide mass fingerprinting results from α-Syn trypsin digestion.

Table S10. Peptide mass fingerprinting results from α-Syn Glu-C digestion.

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