Lipidomics - What’s next?
Latest technology is used in Lipidomics to recognize, measure, and comprehend the construction and utility of lipids in biological systems.
Techniques include: mass spectrometry, fluorescence spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, microfluidic devices and column chromatography.
Identifying the lipid construction by mass spectrometry is complex due to varied lipid species and lipid molecular traits. Using the same method for all lipid classes for extraction, chromatography and detection is difficult. Lipidomics research is quite challenging, exciting, and unique because of the complexity and specificity. Conflicting to genomics and proteomics, there is no evidence that can forecast the number of individual lipid molecules present in an organism.
- Biochemical metabolism
- Lipidomic profiling
- APCI MS
- MALDI MS
- ESI MS
- nuclear magnetic resonance
- microfluidic devices
- column chromatography
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