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Metabolomics

, Volume 10, Issue 5, pp 1018–1025

First Online: 11 February 2014Received: 22 November 2013Accepted: 27 January 2014

Abstract

Early life exposures and metabolic programming are associated with later disease risk. In particular lipid metabolism is thought to play a key role in the development of the metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance in later life. Investigative studies of metabolic programming are limited by the ethics and practicalities of sample collection in small infants. Dried blood spots on filter paper, derived from heel pricks are considered as the most suitable option for this age group. We validated a novel lipid profiling method, based on high resolution mass spectrometry to successfully determine the lipid composition of infants using dried blood spots. The spotting and air drying of blood on paper has noticeable effects on many of the lipids, leading to lipid oxidation and hydrolysis, which demand careful interpretation of the obtained data. We compared the lipid profiles from plasma or whole blood samples and the results from dried blood spots to determine if these revealed the same inter-subject differences. The results from dried blood spots were no less reproducible than other lipid profiling methods which required comparatively larger sample volumes. Therefore, lipid profiles obtained from dried blood spots can be successfully used to monitor infancy lipid metabolism and we show significant differences in the lipid metabolism of infants at age 3 versus 12 months.

KeywordsLipidomics Dried blood spots DIMS FTMS Infant lipid metabolism Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1007-s11306-014-0628-z contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: Albert Koulman - Philippa Prentice - Max C. Y. Wong - Lee Matthews - Nicholas J. Bond - Michael Eiden - Julian L. Griff

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