lipidomics


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lipidomics

(lip″id-om′iks) [ lipid + -omics]
The study of the variety of fatty molecules in the body, their cellular and extracellular functions and interactions, and the diseases to which they contribute.

lipidomics

global analysis of LIPIDS, including characterization of lipid molecular species and their biological roles.
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The new version is designed to facilitate large-scale lipidomics analysis using data generated by High-Resolution Mass Spectrometers (HRMS) - FT-ICR, Orbitrap and time of flight (TOF) analyzers based Mass Spectrometers - - with mass accuracy below 5 ppm.
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It includes centers equipped with up-to-date ft-icr ms and expertise which will cover most of the field in which ft-icr mass spectrometry is involved: Bioorganic & Bioinorganic, Cultural heritage, Glycomics, Environment, Imaging, Infrared spectroscopy of ions in the gas phase, Lipidomics, Medicine, Petroleum & Coal oil, Nanoparticles, Organic chemistry, Physical chemistry, Proteomics, Structural biology.
Many "omics," such as genomics, epigenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, lipidomics, and metagenomics, will inevitably find their way into the jargon of psychiatrists.
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This includes laboratory equipment, an extensive database and a team of scientists in the metabolomics and lipidomics field.
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In this book, authors Michel Lagarde presents readers with a comprehensive examination of hydrophobic molecules, specifically focused on structural and mediator lipidomics and their functional aspects.
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