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MALDI MSI of Lipids in Experimental Model of Traumatic Brain Injury Detects Acylcarnitines as Injury Related Markers.

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Summary of "MALDI MSI of Lipids in Experimental Model of Traumatic Brain Injury Detects Acylcarnitines as Injury Related Markers."

Identifying new lipid markers linked to traumatic brain injury (TBI) is of major importance in characterizing their central role in the regeneration process and inflammatory response in such an injury model. In the present study, an advanced lipidomics analysis using high spectral resolution MALDI Mass Spectrometry Imaging was performed on different brain regions in an experimental rat model of moderate controlled cortical impact (CCI) while considering different time points (1 day, 3 days, 7 days, and 10 days) assessing the acute and sub-acute phase after injury. Our results revealed a new family of lipids, the acyl-carnitines, as TBI-lipid related markers, with maximum expression at 3 days after impact and main colocalization within resi-dent microglia of the brain. Furthermore, our experiments highlighted the upregulation of these acylcarnitine lipids, secreted by microglia, in the ipsilateral substantia nigra, the main region in the brain affected in the Parkinson's disease (PD.

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Name: Analytical chemistry
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