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Lipid Isomer Compartmentalisation

Queensland University of Technology
Young, Reuben ; Bowman, Andrew ; Tousignant, Kaylyn ; Poad, Berwyck ; Gunter, Jennifer ; Philp, Lisa ; Nelson, Colleen ; Ellis, Shane ; Heeren, Ron ; Sadowski, Martin ; Blanksby, Stephen
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Datasets associated with the main text figures and supplementary information for the following publication:

Reuben S. E. Young, Andrew P. Bowman, Kaylyn D. Tousignant, Berwyck L. J. Poad, Jennifer H. Gunter, Lisa K. Philp, Colleen C. Nelson, Shane R. Ellis, Ron M. A. Heeren, Martin C. Sadowski, Stephen J. Blanksby. Isomeric lipid signatures reveal compartmentalised fatty acid metabolism in cancer. bioRxiv 2021.11.01.466716; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.11.01.466716

Data has been divided into primary folders, with labels referring to the relevant main/SI figure. Data folders will include raw data files generated by the analytical instruments (see METHODS section within the publication for more information), text files of specific data extracts, and image file types for microscopy and MALDI-MSI.

Data time period: 2019 to 30 10 2020

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153.030263,-27.477617

153.030263,-27.477617

5.716239,50.835141

5.716239,50.835141

153.031676,-27.499037

153.031676,-27.499037

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