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[en] Highlights: • The spectral functions of a quantum dot depends on the Coulomb interaction. • We use the irreducible Green’s functions method. • The increase of Coulomb interaction causes the SC singlet-Kondo singlet transition. • The sign change of anomalous spectral density is the phase transition criterion. Using irreducible Green’s functions (IGF) method we analyse the Coulomb interaction dependence of the spectral functions and the transport properties of a quantum dot coupled to isotropic superconductor and metallic leads (SC-QD-N). The irreducible Green’s functions method is the modification of classical equation of motion technique. The IGF scheme is based on differentiation of double-time Green’s functions, both over the primary and secondary times. The IGF method allows to obtain the spectral functions for equilibrium and non-equilibrium impurity Anderson model used for SC-QD-N system. By the numerical computations, we show the change of spectral and the anomalous densities under the influence of the Coulomb interactions. The observed sign change of the anomalous spectral density can be used as the criterion of the SC singlet-Kondo singlet transition.