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We currently use the native ion abundance detected in mass spectrometer, to describe the lipid amount (not normalized yet). <br />
 
We currently use the native ion abundance detected in mass spectrometer, to describe the lipid amount (not normalized yet). <br />
 
Therefore, the amount may reflect various effects such as matrix effect and MS sensitivity drift.
 
Therefore, the amount may reflect various effects such as matrix effect and MS sensitivity drift.
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Go to '''[[Lipoquality:Database|LipoQuality database portal]]''' site.
 
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We currently use the native ion abundance detected in mass spectrometer, to describe the lipid amount (not normalized yet).
Therefore, the amount may reflect various effects such as matrix effect and MS sensitivity drift.

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