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List of Studies ( Metabolite:GlcCer 14:1;O2(4E)/20:0;O)

Study_idStudy_titleSourceSpeciesDiseaseInstitute
ST000320 Single treatment gene impact on Arabidopsis metabolites Seeds Arabidopsis University of California, Davis
ST000321 Effects of LGG on current drinkers gut metabolism Feces Mouse Alcoholism University of California, Davis
ST000328 Primary metabolites at different points along dog gastrointestinal tract (CSH chromatography) Intestine Dog University of California, Davis
ST000329 Minimal change disease and focal segmental sclerosis in urine Urine Human Kidney disease University of California, Davis
ST000330 Effects of Zinc on GI tract metabolites Esophagus Mouse University of California, Davis
ST000331 Effects of Zinc on GI tract metabolites (Part 2: Prostate) Prostate Mouse University of California, Davis
ST000332 Effects of Giardia intestinalis on mice GI tract Intestine Mouse Giardia infection University of California, Davis
ST000339 Metabolites in peritoneal macrophages and bone marrow derived macrophages Macrophages Mouse University of California, Davis
ST000342 Renal metabolic pathways indicating ischemic or inflammatory changes Kidney Human Acute kidney injury University of California, Davis
ST000346 Metabolites detected from human bronchoalveolar lavage Lung Human University of California, Davis
ST000354 Metabolite comparison of mouse gastric tissue and glands Stomach Mouse University of California, Davis
ST000423 Differences in mycoplasma growth due to different mediums Mycoplasma Mycoplasma University of California, Davis
ST001102 Physiological and metabolic response of crab megalopae and juveniles to ocean acidification (part-II) Whole animal Crab NOAA NWFSC,
ST001165 Physiological and metabolic response of crab megalopae and juveniles to ocean acidification (part-III) Whole animal Crab NOAA NWFSC
ST001211 Metabolomic Markers of Methotrexate Response, In Vitro Cultured cells Human University Of Kansas
ST001795 Changes in mesenteric lymph lipid profile of mice upon high-fat diet with and without Celecoxib (part I) Mesenteric lymph Mouse Obesity Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
ST001796 Changes in mesenteric lymph lipid profile of mice upon high-fat diet with and without Celecoxib Lymph Mus musculus Diabetes Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
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