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Molecular quantification and characterization
  • Analysis of fatty acids and sterols.

  • High sensitivity quantification of groups
    of metabolic intermediaries.

  • Lipidomics: analysis of phospholipids, triglycerides,
    cholesterol esters and other level intermediates
    molecular.

  • Analysis of lipid composition at group level
    (esterified cholesterol, free cholesterol, acids
    free fats, phospholipids, sphingolipids).

  • Sugar analysis.

Presentation Eurolipid 2020

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These are the steps we follow
Normalization
Type of sample
Sample quantity
Pretreatment, preparation and sample storage                                                   
Extraction
Adequate extraction method
Internal standards to include
Monitoring of lipid ions
Adequate monitoring system:
LC-MS / GC-MS / MALDI-TOF
Process quality control and reproducibility
Evaluation of inter-sample repeatability
Evaluation of inter-day repeatability
Quantitative evaluation of results
Statistical treatment of obtained data
Statistical analysis of groups
Search for outliers
Clustering
ANNOVA evaluation
etc.
Interpretation and graphical representation of results
Bar charts
Dot charts
Box and Whisker charts
Radial charts
etc.

*For more information, please consult the materials and methods section of any of our publications. You can check them on the page “Group publications and projects”.

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