Abstract: Lipidomic profiling is the systematic analysis and identification of lipids in organisms, tissues or cells and the molecules with which they interact. In addition, the structure and function of lipids can also be understood, so as to reveal the relationship between lipid metabolism and the physiological and pathological processes of cells, organs and even the body. The contents of lipidomics research mainly include analysis and identification of lipids and their metabolites, lipid function and metabolic regulation, lipid metabolism pathways and networks.Summary: Lipidomics is a comprehensive discipline that intends to elucidate the way lipids are metabolized at the cellular level by studying the composition, structure, and quantification of lipids in biological samples such as tissues or cells, searching for biomarkers, and studying the mechanism of the role of lipid molecules at the overall level in various life phenomena. References: https://www.creative-proteomics.com/services/lipidomics-profiling.htm
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