Protocol 604: A004_-_Shotgun_Lipidomics.pdf

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File ID604
File NameA004_-_Shotgun_Lipidomics.pdf
AnalysisMS
Metabolite Class-
Sample TypeVarious
ProcessSample prep
InstituteUniversity of Michigan
Version1
SubmitterSasha Raskind
Date Submitted2017-06-05
Commentsnone

Studies that use this protocol

Study ID Study Title Species Institute Analysis
ST000661CHOICE clinical weight loss study Homo sapiens/Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000662Lipidomics of hormone-sensitive lipase variants Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000663Metabolic Syndrome Plasma Lipidomics Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000664Nutritional Psychiatric Illness Studies Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000665Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) Studies Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000666Rat Rotator Cuff Lipidomics Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000667Diabetic Microvascular Plasma/Tissue Lipidomics- Comparison Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000668Diet manipulation on the lipidome Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000669Characterization of Retinal Exudates in Coats Disease - lipid profile Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000670Exposure to high fat diets and bisphenol Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000671LCR/HCR rat mitochondrial study Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000672Diabetic Microvascular Plasma/Tissue Lipidomics- Comparison (part II) Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000673Lipidomics in (SIDS) Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000674Bmal1-ethanol based diet and liver injury Mus University of Michigan MS
ST000675Effects of rosiglitazone treatment on lipid composition Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000676Effect of high fat diet and streptozotocin treatment on neuropathy Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000677Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) changes with S.Q. Leptin administrations Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000678Functional genomics study on Non Alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000679Functional genomics study on Non Alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) - part II Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000680Functional genomics study on Non Alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) - part III Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000681Retinal tissue knockout to study efflux of cholesterol (AGCA1/G1 double KO - TY and LysM cre) Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000682Retinal tissue knockout to study efflux of cholesterol (AGCA1/G1 double KO - TY and LysM cre) - part II Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000683Untargeted Lipidomics for hepatic lipid profile wild type versus knockout Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000684Effect of fatty acids on macrophage (wild type versus knockout) lipid levels Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000685Lipidomics analysis for human liver cell lines Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000686Lipodomics and Gestational bisphenol A (BPA) exposure Ovis aries University of Michigan MS
ST000688Biomarkers for different types of Multiple Scelerosis (MS) (BMS vs SPMS lipidomics) Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000695Pilot metabolomics study of aromatase inhibitor associated arthralgias Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000699Human vitreous amino acid & lipid analysis Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000708Metabolic effects of weight reduction of very low energy diet vs dietary counseling Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000722Metabolomics of Diapause in Aedes albopictus Aedes albopictus University of Michigan MS
ST000743Metabolomics of bariatric weight loss Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000744Metabolomics of intensive weight management clinic (IWMC) weight loss Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000753Comparison of the metabolome and lipidome of wild type and mdx/mTR mice Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000758Effects of caloric restriction in HCR/LCR rats Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000759Age and exercise effect on metabolomics in rats Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000763Untargeted metabolomics and lipidomics of scleroderma PAH discovery cohort Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000775Michigan Biomarkers for Refractory Depression (Bluebird) metabolomics pilot study Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000776Fish Oil distal colon from rats Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000777Metabolic Adaptations to Chronic and Acute Exercise in Overweight Adults (ATX-Study) preliminary data Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000778Rat Colon Study effect of Effect of fish oil on azoxymethane (AOM) Rattus norvegicus University of Michigan MS
ST000779Lipidomics pilot project for mice exposure to bisphenol A and high fat diets Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000780High fat diet and sciatic nerves functions Mus musculus University of Michigan MS
ST000781Rabbit Plasma Lipidomics with high fat diet and treatment Oryctolagus cuniculus University of Michigan MS
ST000816Lipidomics of Chronic Kidney Disease progression Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000818Integrated nutrigenomic and metabolomic analysis of Africans with variable diet Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000819Looking for changes in lipid levels with knock out of ACADM (shACADM) (part II) Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000823Metabolic profiling of cyst fluid from patients with Intraductal Pancreatic Mucinous Neoplasm (part II) Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000841Metabolomics of muscle in insulin sensitive and resistant obese indivduals. Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST000842Muscle and plasma before and after exercise Homo sapiens University of Michigan MS
ST001292Metabolomics of blood plasma and kidney tissue from control (db/m) and diabetic (db/db) mice. Mus musculus University of Michigan MS

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