Summary of study ST001707

This data is available at the NIH Common Fund's National Metabolomics Data Repository (NMDR) website, the Metabolomics Workbench, https://www.metabolomicsworkbench.org, where it has been assigned Project ID PR001092. The data can be accessed directly via it's Project DOI: 10.21228/M8JM5Z This work is supported by NIH grant, U2C- DK119886.

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Study IDST001707
Study TitleLipid Profiling of Mouse Intestinal Organoids for studying APC Mutations
Study SummaryInactivating mutations including both germline and somatic mutations in the adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) gene drives most familial and sporadic colorectal cancers. Understanding the metabolic implications of this mutation will aid to establish its wider impact on cellular behaviour and potentially inform clinical decisions. However, to date, alterations in lipid metabolism induced by APC mutations remain unclear. Intestinal organoids have gained widespread popularity in studying colorectal cancer and chemotherapies, because their three-dimensional structure more accurately mimics an in vivo environment. Here, we aimed to investigate intra-cellular lipid disturbances induced by APC gene mutations in intestinal organoids using a reversed-phase ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (RP-UHPLC-MS)-based lipid profiling method. Lipids of the organoids grown from either wildtype (WT) or mice with Apc mutations (Lgr5–EGFP-IRES-CreERT2 Apcfl/fl) were extracted and analysed using RP-UHPLC-MS. Concentrations of phospholipids (e.g. PC(16:0/16:0), PC(18:1/20:0), PC(38:0), PC(18:1/22:1)), ceramides (e.g. Cer(d18:0/22:0), Cer(d42:0), Cer(d18:1/24:1)) and hexosylceramide (e.g. HexCer(d18:1/16:0), HexCer(d18:1/22:0)) were higher in Apcfl/fl organoids, whereas levels of sphingomyelins (e.g. SM(d18:1/14:0), SM(d18:1/16:0) ) were lower compared to WT. These observations indicate that cellular metabolism of sphingomyelin was upregulated, resulting in the cellular accumulation of ceramides and production of HexCer due to the absence of Apcfl/fl in the organoids. Our observations demonstrated lipid profiling of organoids and provided an enhanced insight into the effects of the APC mutations on lipid metabolism, making for a valuable addition to screening options of the organoid lipidome.
Institute
Imperial College London
Last NameLi
First NameJia
AddressImperial College London, UK
Emailjia.li@imperial.ac.uk
Phone00442075943230
Submit Date2021-02-17
Raw Data AvailableYes
Raw Data File Type(s).cdf
Analysis Type DetailLC-MS
Release Date2021-02-22
Release Version1
Jia Li Jia Li
https://dx.doi.org/10.21228/M8JM5Z
ftp://www.metabolomicsworkbench.org/Studies/ application/zip

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Subject type: Cultured cells; Subject species: Mus musculus (Factor headings shown in green)

mb_sample_id local_sample_id Genotype
SA158943POS_APC_m830_1APC
SA158944POS_APC_m862_8APC
SA158945POS_APC_m862_6APC
SA158946NEG_APC_m862_7APC
SA158947POS_APC_m862_7APC
SA158948NEG_APC_m862_5APC
SA158949NEG_APC_m862_2APC
SA158950NEG_APC_m862_3APC
SA158951NEG_APC_m862_4APC
SA158952POS_APC_m862_5APC
SA158953NEG_APC_m862_6APC
SA158954POS_APC_m862_3APC
SA158955POS_APC_m830_5APC
SA158956POS_APC_m830_4APC
SA158957POS_APC_m830_3APC
SA158958POS_APC_m830_2APC
SA158959POS_APC_m830_6APC
SA158960POS_APC_m830_7APC
SA158961NEG_APC_m862_1APC
SA158962POS_APC_m862_2APC
SA158963POS_APC_m862_1APC
SA158964POS_APC_m830_8APC
SA158965POS_APC_m862_4APC
SA158966NEG_APC_m862_8APC
SA158967NEG_APC_m830_3APC
SA158968NEG_APC_m830_1APC
SA158969NEG_APC_m830_8APC
SA158970NEG_APC_m830_4APC
SA158971NEG_APC_m830_2APC
SA158972NEG_APC_m830_5APC
SA158973NEG_APC_m830_6APC
SA158974NEG_APC_m830_7APC
SA158975NEG_Blankblank
SA158976POS_Blankblank
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SA158979POS_QC4quality control
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SA158982NEG_QC2quality control
SA158983NEG_QC3quality control
SA158984POS_QC5quality control
SA158985NEG_QC5quality control
SA158986NEG_QC1quality control
SA158987POS_Dilution1_2_2quality control dilutions
SA158988POS_Dilution1_8_2quality control dilutions
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SA158999NEG_Dilution1_2_1quality control dilutions
SA159000NEG_Dilution1_4_1quality control dilutions
SA159001NEG_Dilution1_4_2quality control dilutions
SA159002NEG_Dilution1_8_2quality control dilutions
SA159003NEG_Dilution1_8_1quality control dilutions
SA159004NEG_Dilution1_8_3quality control dilutions
SA159005POS_WT_m1641_1wildtype
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SA159007NEG_WT_m1663_2wildtype
SA159008NEG_WT_m1663_4wildtype
SA159009NEG_WT_m1663_5wildtype
SA159010NEG_WT_m1663_7wildtype
SA159011NEG_WT_m1663_6wildtype
SA159012NEG_WT_m1663_1wildtype
SA159013NEG_WT_m1641_8wildtype
SA159014NEG_WT_m1641_3wildtype
SA159015NEG_WT_m1641_2wildtype
SA159016NEG_WT_m1641_4wildtype
SA159017NEG_WT_m1641_5wildtype
SA159018NEG_WT_m1641_7wildtype
SA159019NEG_WT_m1641_6wildtype
SA159020NEG_WT_m1663_8wildtype
SA159021NEG_WT_m1641_1wildtype
SA159022POS_WT_m1663_3wildtype
SA159023POS_WT_m1663_2wildtype
SA159024POS_WT_m1663_4wildtype
SA159025POS_WT_m1663_5wildtype
SA159026POS_WT_m1663_7wildtype
SA159027POS_WT_m1663_6wildtype
SA159028POS_WT_m1663_1wildtype
SA159029POS_WT_m1641_8wildtype
SA159030POS_WT_m1641_3wildtype
SA159031POS_WT_m1641_2wildtype
SA159032POS_WT_m1641_4wildtype
SA159033POS_WT_m1641_5wildtype
SA159034POS_WT_m1641_7wildtype
SA159035POS_WT_m1641_6wildtype
SA159036POS_WT_m1663_8wildtype
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