LIPID MAPS® Highlights — July, 2018
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Although the immune system is essential to protect the body from infection, some immune responses can harm tissues. The eye is especially sensitive to immune reactivity, and it has now been determined that cholesterol sulfate is a key protective factor…
Jasmonic acid (systematic name: (1R,2R)-3-oxo-2-(pent-2Z-enyl)-cyclopentaneacetic acid) is an truncated octadecanoid present in several plants including jasmine. Jasmonic acids are a class of plant hormones which are involved in development, abiotic stress responses and plant-microbes interactions in defence and symbiosis. Derivates such as methyl-jasmonate are …
View lipid structures from a database of over 42,000 structures based on the first internationally accepted classification system.
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Submit your own lipidomics data, or view, access and analyze over 500 studies deposited in public repositories, as well as that generated by the LIPID MAPS® Consortium.
Perform MS searches on LMSD and high resolution LCMS datasets. Calculate exact mass of lipid ions or predict MS/MS spectra
Lipid structure-drawing tools for over 50 lipid classes available through online interfaces and REST services.
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