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Figure S1. Gene Ontology (GO) Cellular Component terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) in the canine urine exosome fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome. The annotation ratio is the number of canine exosomal proteins associated with a specific GO term divided by the total number of canine exosomal proteins annotated to the specific functional annotation group by GO. The annotation ratio is calculated in the same manner for IPI human proteins and is defined as the number of IPI proteins associated with a specific GO term divided by the total number of IPI human proteins annotated by GO within a functional group.

Figure S2. GO Cellular Component terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) in the canine urinary soluble fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S3. GO Cellular Component terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) in the canine exosomal fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S4. GO Cellular Component terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) in the canine soluble fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S5. GO Molecular Function terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) in canine urinary exosome fraction in comparison to the total IPI human.

Figure S6. GO Molecular Function terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) in canine urinary soluble fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S7. GO Molecular Function terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) in the canine exosomal fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S8. GO Molecular Function terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) in the canine soluble fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S9. GO Biological Process terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) in the canine urinary exosome fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S10. GO Biological Process terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) in the canine soluble fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S11. GO Biological Process terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) in the canine exosomal fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S12. GO Biological Process terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) in the canine soluble fraction in comparison to the total IPI human proteome.

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Figure S13. Canine/human common exosome proteins. Shown is a selection of major annotated GO Cellular Component terms that are significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome. The annotation ratio is calculated as previously described in Figure S1.

Figure S14. Canine/Human common soluble proteins overrepresented. A selection of major annotated GO Cellular Component terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome here.

Figure S15. Canine/Human common soluble proteins underrepresented. All annotated GO Cellular Component terms that are significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S16. Canine/Human common exosome proteins. A selection of major annotated GO Cellular Component terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S17. Canine/Human common soluble proteins. A selection of major annotated GO Cellular Component terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S18. Canine/Human common exosome proteins. All annotated GO Molecular Function terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S19. Canine/Human common soluble proteins. All annotated GO Molecular Function terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S20. Canine/Human common exosome proteins. A selection of major annotated GO Biological Process terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S21. Canine/Human common soluble proteins. A selection of major annotated GO Biological Process terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S22. Canine/Human common exosome proteins. All annotated GO Biological Process terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S23. Canine/Human common soluble proteins. All annotated GO Biological Process terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S24. Canine/Human common soluble proteins. All annotated GO Biological Process terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S25. Canine unique soluble proteins overrepresented. A selection of major annotated GO Cellular Component terms that are significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S26. Canine unique exosome proteins underrepresented. All annotated GO Cellular Component terms that are significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S27. Canine unique exosome proteins. A selection of major annotated GO Molecular Function terms \significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S28. Canine unique soluble proteins. A selection of major annotated GO Molecular Function terms significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S29. Canine unique exosome proteins. All annotated GO Molecular Function terms significantly underrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

Figure S30. Canine unique soluble proteins. All annotated GO Biological Process terms that are significantly overrepresented (P < .001) as compared to the total IPI human proteome.

vcp12147-sup-0003-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF137KTable S1. Proteins identified in the exosome fraction of canine urine.
vcp12147-sup-0004-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF109KTable S2. Proteins identified in the soluble fraction of canine urine.

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