Lipids play essential roles in plants, serving as structural components of membranes, major storage reserve in seeds, pigments for energy capture in leaves, and signaling molecules for local and long-distance communication. Changes in lipid metabolism and composition, as well as of distinct lipid species have been linked with altered plant growth, development, and responses to environmental stresses including salinity.
The plant lipidomics is a comprehensive system of all lipids in plants with respect to cell signalling, membrane architecture, transcriptional and translational modulation and cell-cell and cell-protein interactions in response to environmental changes over time. Creative Proteomics has a set of integrated separation, characterization, identification and quantification systems with excellent robustness and reproducibility, high sensitivity and hypersensitivity, providing reliable and cost-effective plant lipidomics analysis services through LC-MS and shotgun methods.
Creative Proteomics has rich experience in plant untargeted lipidomics, from the commonly used model plant arabidopsis to the main food crops rice, wheat and soybeans. We have a complete microbial lipidome identification and quantification technology platform, including mass spectrometry (MS), gas chromatography (GC), high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or LC-MS, GC-MS.
Fig1. The workflow of plant untargeted lipidomics.
We can accept a variety of plant samples, including plant tissues, roots, stems and leaves.
If you want to provide other samples or want to inquire about the specific sample submission quantity, please contact us.
If you have any questions about our plant untargeted lipidomics services, please contact us.