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Lipidomics : methods and protocols, Volume 2, edited by Donald Armstrong

Lipidomics : methods and protocols, Volume 2
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methods and protocols
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Volume 2
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edited by Donald Armstrong
Essential in biological functions like cell signaling and, when disturbed, a likely cause of disease, lipids have proven to be a vital force in cell biology. In Lipidomics: Methods and Protocols, an international panel of experts present a wide variety of reviewed as well as unpublished data on isolation techniques, structural analysis, lipid rafts, lipid trafficking and profiling, biomarkers, lipid peroxidation, biostatistics applied to lipids, software tools, and bioinformatics. These studies range from simple systems, such as in yeast, to complex biological models. Samples used in these studies include: mitochondria, microsomes, endosomal membranes, RBS and plasma membranes, vesicles, caveolae, liposomes, macrophages, meibum, brain, microglia, retina, adipose tissue, keratinocytes, pulmonary surfactant, and hepatic cultures. Volume 2 focuses on oxidized lipids, trafficking and profiling, software, bioinformatics, and biostatistics. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series format, the chapters include useful introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary equipment and materials, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and authoritative notes on troubleshooting and avoiding common pitfalls. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, Lipidomics: Methods and Protocols will support researchers who wish to increase their utilization of lipidomics, which will certainly lead to more powerful technology, improved diagnostic-prognostic capabilities, and the identification of new valuable products
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  • Vol. 1. Methods and protocols. pt. 1. Shotgun and global lipidomics.-- Examination of the brain mitochondrial lipidome using shotgun lipidomics / Michael A. Kiebish, Xianlin Han, Thomas N. Seyfried.-- Tracking the glycerophospholipid distribution of Docosahexaenoic Acid by shotgun lipidomics / Todd W. Michell.-- Global analysis of retina lipids by complementary precursor ion and neutral loss mode tandem mass spectrometry / Julia W=V. Busik, Gavin E. Reid, Todd A. Lydic.-- Combining lipidomics and proteomics of human cerebrospinal fluids / Alfred N. Fontech, Rachel D. Fisher.-- pt. II. Analytical approaches.-- Lipid profiling using two-dimensional heteronuclear single quantum coherence NMR / Engy A. Mahrous, Robin B. Lee, Richard E. Lee.-- Capabilities and drawbacks of phospholipid analysis by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry / Beate Fuchs, Ariane Nimptsch, Rosmarie Sub, and Jurgan Schiller.-- Lipidomics of the red cell in diagnosis of human disorders / Peter J. Quinn, Dominique Rainteau, Claude Wolf.-- HPLC/MS/MS-Based approaches for detection and quantification of Eicosanoids / Susanna L. Lundstrom, Fabio L. D'Alexandri, Kasem Nithipatikom, Jesper Z. Haeggstrom, Asa M. Wheelock, Craig E. Wheelock.-- Brain phosphoinositide extraction, fractionation, and analysis by MALDI-TOF MS / Roy a. Johannson, Gerard T. Berry.-- Lipidomic analysis of biological samples by liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry / Giuseppe Astraita, Faizy Ahmed, Daniele Piomelli.-- Lipid analysis of human meibum using HPLC-MS / Igor A. Butovich.-- Lipid geographical analysis of the primate macula by imaging mass spectrometry / Timothy J. Garrett, William W. DAwson.-- A Novel role for nutrition in the alteration of functional microdomains on the cell surface / Wooki Kim, Robert S. Chapkin, Rola Barhoumi, David W.I. Ma.-- Lipidomic analysis of prostanoids by liquid chromatography-electrospray tandem mass spectrometry / Anna Nicolaou, Mojgan, Masoodi, Adnan Mir.-- Qualitative and quantitative analysis of phospholipids by LC-MS for lipidomics / Hiroki Nakanishi, Hideo Ogiso, Ryo Taguchi.-- Determination of fatty acid profiles and TAGs in vegetable oils by MALDI-TOF/MS fingerprinting / Zeev Wiesman, Bishnu P. Chapagain.-- Dynamics of adipose Tissue development by 2H2O labeling / Etienne Pouteau, Carine Beysen, Nabil Saad, Scott Turner.-- Analysis of lipid particles from yeast / Melanie Connerth, Karlheinz Grillitsch, Harald Kofeler, Gunther Daum
  • Cont.-- Mammalian fatty acid elongases / Donald B. Jump.-- Membrane lipidomics and the geometry of unsaturated fatty acids from biomimetic models to biological consequences / Carla Ferreri, Chryssostomos Chatgilialoglu.-- OnLine ozonolysis methods for the determination of double bond position in unsaturated lipids / Michael C. Thomas, Todd W. Michell, Stephen J. Blanksby.-- Comprehensive quantitative analysis of bioactive sphingolipids high-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry / Jacek Bielawski, Jason S. Pierce, Justin Snider, Barbara Rembiem, Zdzislaw M. Szulc, Alicja Bielawska.-- The use of charged aerosol detection with HPLC for measurement of lipids / Marc Plante, Bruce Bailey, Ian Acworth.-- pt. III. Lipid maps.-- Non-invasive mapping of lipids in plant tissue using magnetic resonance imaging / Thomas Neuberger, Hardy Rolletschek, Andrew Webb, Ljudmilla Borisjuk.-- Maqpping the lipolytic proteome of adipose tissue using fluorescent suicide inhibitors / Maximilian Schicher, Manfred Kollroser, Albin Hermetter.-- Identifying the spatial distribution of Vitamin E, pulmonary surfactant and membrane lipids in cells and tissue by confocal raman microscopy / J. Renwick Beattie, Bettina C. Schock
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