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||"The LIPID MAPS Consortium has developed innovative lipidomics techniques based on liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectroscopy to probe biological systems (3) and has undertaken the task of analyzing the NIDDK [The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases]/NIST [National Institute of Standards] SRM [standard reference material] by systematically identifying and quantifying the lipid molecular species of the mammalian lipidome (5, 6)."
||"[Researchers] identified over 200 individual sphingolipids in the human plasma SRM. These results are summarized in Table 1 and levels of subspecies are shown in supplementary Table IV. Sphingomyelins (SM) accounted for the largest fraction of sphingolipids in plasma, and ~100 subspecies were sufficiently abundant for their amounts to be estimated (supplementary Table IV)." See notes above & beneath table