We proudly present the winners of best poster and best scientific talk award at the Lipidomics Forum 2018.
Henri Deda studied molecular Biotechnology at TU Dresden. At Lipotype, he developed a communication approach driven by providing access to expert knowledge to everyone.
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Multiomics approaches harness synergies and eliminate shortcomings to effectively deliver what one omics science alone cannot achieve. Lipotype’s new whitepaper “Unlocking the Power of Multiomics” highlights why combining genomics with lipidomics makes for a great omics pair.
Lipotype and Lipoid presented a joint poster featuring the core findings of their skin lipidome research at IFSCC 2018 in Munich. Overwhelmingly positive feedback resulted in placing the poster among the top 10 of all IFSCC 2018 posters.
Lipotype put online a new skin lipidomics customer reference with Royal DSM about lipid analysis for the investigation of photodamaged dry facial skin from different ethnic groups.
Lipotype contributed to an article about lipidomics in biotech and pharma on Technology Networks.
July has been a great month. Three new publications with Lipotype Shotgun Lipidomics technology have been put out, and the Lipidomics Resource Center received its first major update. Read more about this!
Do fruit flies suffer from Parkinson’s? Not exactly. But patients who suffer from this neurological disease experience disturbed sleep patterns long before motor dysfunctions. This can be modelled in fruit flies. Researchers from the Netherlands and Germany showed that excessive contacts between mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum in Parkinson’s flies lead to abnormal lipid trafficking. This prevents the release of “sleep” neuropeptides, which affects sleep patterns.
Lipotype put online a new skin lipidomics customer reference with Lipoid about lipid analysis for skin penetration properties of saturated phospholipids.
Lipotype published a German article about lipidomics in the LABO magazine.