Studies involving disease:Inflammation

Study ID Study Title Species Institute
ST000657mTOR regulates metabolic adaptation of APCs in the lung microenvironment and controls the outcome of allergic inflammationMouseEmory University
ST000692Metabolites produced by strains associated with inflammationTreponemaUniversity of Michigan
ST001035TCA Isotopomers in Neuromyelitis Optica Patients (part - I)HumanMayo Clinic
ST001036TCA Concentrations in Neuromyelitis Optica Patients (part - II)HumanMayo Clinic
ST001052Lipidomics for wildlife disease etiology and biomarker discovery: a case study of pansteatitis outbreak in South Africa (part-I)FishSouth East Center for Integrated Metabolomics
ST001059Lipidomics for wildlife disease etiology and biomarker discovery: a case study of pansteatitis outbreak in South Africa (part-II)FishSouth East Center for Integrated Metabolomics
ST001297High Cellulose diet impact on gut inflammationMouseAsan Medical Center
ST002007Isotope tracing analysis of stress erythroid progenitorsMousePennsylvania State University
ST002009Metabolomics analysis of stress erythroid progenitorsMousePennsylvania State University
ST002196Metabolic signature of idiopathic inflammatory myopathyHumanSeoul National University
ST002197Metabolic signature of C-protein induced myositis mouse modelMouseSeoul National University
ST002280Oxidative phosphorylation selectively orchestrates tissue macrophage homeostasisMouseSpanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC)
ST002371High-resolution metabolomics analysis of NLRP3 inflammasome activated macrophagesMouseWake Forest School of Medicine
ST002450APOE modulates microglial immunometabolism in response to age, amyloid pathology, and inflammatory challenge (Part 1 of 3)MouseUniversity of Kentucky, Department of Physiology
ST002451APOE modulates microglial immunometabolism in response to age, amyloid pathology, and inflammatory challenge (Part 2 of 3)MouseUniversity of Kentucky
ST002453APOE modulates microglial immunometabolism in response to age, amyloid pathology, and inflammatory challenge (Part 3 of 3)MouseUniversity of Kentucky

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