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Display of results at the individual diagnosis level for the disease category “ILD-related to the alveolar surfactant region”.

By Matthias Griese (46185), Hannah G. Kirmeier (693276), Gerhard Liebisch (78400), Daniela Rauch (693277), Ferdinand Stückler (693278), Gerd Schmitz (44452) and Ralf Zarbock (693279)


<p>Lipid class composition (graph A) on left side) and phosphatidylcholine species composition (graph B) on right side) are indicated as means for each diagnosis. The number of subjects is detailed in <a href="" target="_blank">Table 1</a>. The numbers above the columns indicate the mean phospholipid concentrations (μmol/l). No statistical comparisons were done; the graphical display should allow a rapid identification of deviations from the controls. The other species are provided in <a href="" target="_blank">S4 Fig</a>. Only lipid species present at an abundance of > 0.5% are displayed.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, lung vessels, alveolar surfactant, 32 carbons, surfactant lipid metabolism.ConclusionsLipidomic, alveolar surfactant region, reactive lymphoid lesions, reference populations, 115 children, Healthy Children, phosphatidylglycerol species, surfactant alterations, lung diseases, electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry, disease categorization.MethodsComprehensive lipidomics profiles, ABCA 3, monounsaturated phosphatidylcholine species, distress syndrome, Childhood Interstitial Lung Disease BackgroundLipids account, part ILD, Surfactant Lipidomics, growth abnormalities, species composition, species pattern, alveolar disorders lipidomic profiles
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0117985.g004
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